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CurriculumsIB and British
Age RangeAges 2 to 18
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Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English
Native English teachers
Extra languages (other than English)
Class sizes Average 13 students / class
Maximum 24 students / class
Extracurricular activities
School bus
School's webpage:
Yearly fees: from: 400,200 ฿
to: 698,940 ฿
This school has more than one campus in Bangkok:
Rama 9 Campus: Ages 2 to 18

Address: 601/99 Pracha-Uthit Road, Wangthonglang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand

Langsuan Campus: Ages 2 to 6

Address: 65 Soi Langsuan, Lumpini, Pathum wan district, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

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Number of students


Number of nationalities represented in the school


Most common nationality


Ratio of local students to international students


Native English speaking teachers

All Regent's teachers are native-English speakers with the majority (95%) coming from the UK.

Language support for students not fluent in English

Regent's International School, Bangkok has an extensive English Language Development (ELD) programme which runs throughout the whole school catering too all age groups. Our English Language Development programme is taught by fully dedicated specialist English teachers who accelerate their language acquisition until they are ready to enter mainstream classes. What this means is assigned time in ELD classes that focus solely on this aim and purpose.

Additional language classes offered by the school

Japanese and Mandarin

Max. number of students per class

15 for Early Years, 24 for the rest of the school (Primary, Secondary and IB).

Average number of students per class


Does the school employ teaching assistants?

Every classroom in Early Years and Primary have 1-2 teaching assistants.

Use of technology in the classroom

The use of technology is encouraged throughout the school. In Secondary, students are required to bring their devices (iPad or laptops) to collaborate via Google Classrooms in and out of class. At Regent's we use Google Apps for Education as our platform for staff and students. This will mean students can be in touch with their school work wherever they are, no need for thumb drives – their work will always be secure and available from the cloud. They will also have a school email address which gives them more security in communication with others in the school community.
In Primary in September 2013 we launched The Regent International School’s BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) initiative in Year 6. In August 2014 we extended BYOD to Year 5 with great success. At The Regent’s we strive to make learning as meaningful as possible for our students and by integrating technology into the classroom we are meeting the needs of learners in this digital age. We have also installed Apple TV in the Year 5 and 6 classrooms to further enhance the use of iPads by allowing them to connect wirelessly to the projector, enabling learning to be shared from any iPad. We have also installed a new wireless printer so the students can print their work. The school's very own VLE (virtual learning environment) is a virtual hub accessed and used by staff and students to aid sharing content and information.

Do students practice religion at the school? What religion?

As an international school with a huge array of different backgrounds, cultures and religions no one religion is practiced at the school but all are respected.

How does the school accommodate non-religious students or students of a different religion?


External examinations or assessments available

IGCSE in Year 11
IBDP in Year 13

Results in these examinations

Every year Regent's students outperform the global average and often achieve some of the best scores in Thailand for the International Baccalaureate . In 2015, the graduating IB class scored the best average score in Thailand with an average score of 36 (the global average was 29) and a 100% pass rate. IGCSE students also do exceptionally well - in 2016 87% of our students gained five A*- C grades (UK average 67%).

Do teachers assign homework to their students?

Students receive homework on a daily basis suited to their current subjects and levels.

Approximate hours of homework given

Year 7, 8 and 9 have 20-30 minutes homework per subject, per homework session, Year 10 - 12 have 30-40 minutes homework per subject, per homework session and Year 12 and 13 have homework after every IB lesson.

Percentage of students who pursue further education post-graduation

Around 96% of students attend higher educational institutions, some of which are the best in the world.

Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs

In Primary we have a full time Learning Support teacher and Counsellor.

Learning support offered

In Primary Individual Educational Plans are in place to aid the support of these students as well as 1:1 and group support. Specialised assessments take place throughout the year to establish their progress.

The school supports gifted, able and talented students

A gifted and talented programme is in place across the school. We have scholarships for students that excel in their choice of fields like music and academics.

Student access to education psychologist

We are able to refer families to a trusted psychologist.

Entry evaluation for students


Brief description of entry evaluation required

From Year 3 and above students take the CAT 4 test and reading test. For entry to Secondary, an interview with Head of Secondary is also required. Whereas for Primary, students are required to attend trial classes where class teachers can evaluate them.

Waiting list

Yes, in some year group.

Deadline for registration (new academic year)

There is no deadline, we accept children throughout the academic year.

Students can join after academic year begins

We often allow students to join an academic year that has already started providing it does not disrupt exams or other academic activities.

School start time

School officially starts at 7.50 am but is open and active from 7 am.

School finish time

This depends on whether extra-curricular activities are taking place. Classroom lessons finish at 2:30 pm for Primary and 3.00 pm for Secondary but activities can run until 3.30 pm to 4.00 pm.

Supervised care before/after school

During a normal school day, there will be teachers on duty from 7.00 am until 4.00 pm.
Apart from that, we have a Boarding House which offers full time care by a Housemaster, housemistress, heads of houses and assistants. By Boarding students also have access to 'prep time' where they can get assistance with their homework after school. For the day students we have after school activities until 3.30 pm each day.

School bus service available

A school bus service is available to several locations across Bangkok.

School provided lunches

The Primary and Secondary buildings each have their own cafeteria.

Food alternatives for special dietary needs (ie. vegan, kosher, halal etc)

All dietary requirements are catered for.

Uniform required

Students are required to wear their correct uniform at all times apart from the following:
- PE - PE Kit is worn
- Swimming - Swimming costume is worn
- House Competition events - House colour t-shirts are worn

Extracurricular activities or clubs offered

Regent's offers a great deal of extracurricular activities for the students to choose from. Below are just a few of whats on offer:
Service Project
Football Clubs inlcuding coaching by Chelsea FC Soccer School.
Chess Club
Craft from Junk Club
Science Club
Japanese Club
Tennis Club
Philosophy Club
Amnesty International
Operation Smile Club
Photography Club
School Orchestra
Music classes by YAMAHA Music School
Newspaper Club
International Award Club
Debate club
Technical drawing and 3D modelling

Sports activities included

Football, tennis, badminton, basketball, Tee-Ball, swimming, dodgeball, tag rugby, gymnastics and dance.

Sports teams or sport competitions available for students

In Primary we have Under 9 and Under 11 teams, and in Secondary we have Under 13 and Under 15 teams. We are also part of FOBISIA which brings together schools for inter-school competitions across Asia. We enter the games each year. We are also part of TISAC and compete competitively with the other schools in the region.
Apart from this we have an annual internal sports competition for Early Years, Primary and Secondary.

Sports facilities at the school

Fully equipped auditorium/sports hall, FIFA certified artificial turf, swimming pool, smaller football pitch for younger students, basket ball court, tennis courts.

Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

As a school we're proud of our international community that treats everyone that comes through its doors as an individual. Though we do very well academically and our graduates secure places at some of the top universities in the world including Cambridge and Cornell, we understand that this is not the be all and end all. This means being a "family" and not a "factory" as we provide bespoke quality education that brings out the best in every child. As a medium size school its easy to achieve this and small class sizes allows each student to get the attention and support they deserve.
The list of extracurricular activities is extensive allowing students to constantly try new things and develop their passions - we acknowledge that everyone has their own pathways and encourage students to be the best they can in whatever they choose to focus on. These methods of encouragement, support and understanding create a happy community where the relationships and level of care between staff and students always exceed expectation.
We are also both a day and boarding school catering to a large age range - from 3-18.

Teaching approach of the school

As the only Round Square school in the city the school's teaching approach differs slightly to the other international schools in the region. Round Square is an organisation of over 170 schools worldwide who share a belief in their approach to education. Round Square schools are connected by their shared ethos that embeds Internationalism, Democracy, Environmental stewardship, Adventure, Leadership and Service to others throughout everything that we do. Together these ‘pillars’ forms what is more commonly known as the acronym ‘IDEALS’.
Thus the school promises to:
To guide students into becoming well-rounded, informed, responsible, principled and confident global citizens.
To build a mutually supportive network that shares resources, ideas, methods, experience and opportunities, locally, regionally and internationally.
To develop international understanding, empathy and tolerance for all cultures; democratic governance and justice; environmental stewardship; adventure, self-discovery and courage; leadership, compassion and service to others.

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