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Published by SISB - Sixth Form, 2018-12-24 13:00:40

Draft - Handbook (1)

Draft - Handbook (1)

SIXTH FORM AY2018-2019




Independence, Respect, Resilience, Responsibility
Dare to Reach the Highest

Guiding Statements 5
Shool Philosophy and Objectives 6
School Logo & Crest 7
One SISB 8-9
Sixth Form Strategic Thrusts 10
School History 11
School Organisation Chart 12
Class Teachers & Assistant Class Teachers 13
Location of Classrooms & Special Rooms 14-17
Policy on Homework 18
School Discipline 19
Policy on CCAs 20-21
Policy on Child Protection 22
Policy on Examination 23
Class Committee Roles and Responsibilities 24
Student Leadership Students Council 25
Target Setting 26
Student Record of House CCA and CIP 2018-2019 27-60
2018-2019 Sixth Form School Calendar
Diary Planner


MOTTO Spirit of Excellence
VISION Every student will aspire to be a Scholar, a
Leader and a Global Citizen

MISSION To be a World Class School that provides the
MAXIM students with holistic education to make the world
a better place.
Dare to Reach the Highest

VALUES Independence, Respect, Resilience, Responsibility

SCHOOL THEME FOR ACADEMIC A Year of Consolidation and Alignment 3
YEAR 2018 2019

SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY 6. Our students and staff are imbued with
the passion to nurture every student to his
1. Our commitment is to achieve or her full potential.
excellence in all aspects of education
offered by the school. 7. We provide educational programmes of
2. We have educational programmes to high international standards to enable our
develop all-rounded individuals who have a students to be the best that they can be.
passion for learning.
3. We enable our students to develop a 8. We nurture the 21st Century Skills and
“heart of service” and a caring attitude to Competencies amongst staff and students
the community. in our school.
4. We believe that our students have a
serious intent to pursue excellence in their 9. Our faculty is ably led by Dr. Ong Teck
learning journey. Chin, an Oxford graduate and an
5. We endeavor to nurture sterling outstanding educationist to enable our
character attributes in our students so that school to be a top school nationally and
they will be responsible and good citizens. internationally.

SCHOOL OBJECTIVES 10. We are approved and supported by the
Thai government, the Education Ministry
1. To nurture students to be the best they and the School Board to achieve our
can be. endeavours.
2. To enable students to achieve their full
potential in their educational experience. 7. To develop in our students a heart of
3. To develop all-rounded individuals with service so that they will be responsible
a zest for life. citizens in the community.
4. To help students achieve excellence in
their academic and non-academic pursuits. 8. To facilitate students’ understanding of
5. To provide students with opportunities cross cultural distinctive, internationalism
to develop fine leadership qualities. and to have an international outlook.

6. To enable our students to develop 9. To work with parents and our
exemplary character. supporters to enable our students to
maximize their potential.

10. To establish and manage an effective
boarding school to support students’



The enhanced SISB logo is a symbolic representation of the SISB name, which is inspired
by its first campus - Singapore International School of Bangkok, the first Singapore
International School that was established in Thailand in 2001. SISB aspires to bring
education to people of diverse backgrounds and nationalities and strives to be a leading
international school to provide quality and broad-based education to students. The
colour black symbolises strength and solidarity of the SISB workforce. The colour blue
reflects knowledge and integrity, capturing the essence of an international organisation
that is constantly progressing. The two colours unite to signify that SISB is a community
inspired by a global outlook and enriched by cultural diversity.

The enhanced SISB School Crest is an emblem of the spirit of excellence that the school
upholds. Emblazoned in the Crest are two lions supporting a shield which embodies the
SISB name together with symbols of intellect and knowledge. Below the shield is a
banner inscribed with the school’s motto. The lions represent Singapore and
symbolises strength and integrity. The colour orange associates with energy, creativity
and positivity. Harmonising with the SISB logo colours of black and blue, the emblem’s
colours denotes the core of the School’s spirit of service, perseverance, integrity, respect
& responsibility, independence and teamwork.










Strategic Thrust 1 Achieve academic excellence with Broad based curriculum
Strategic Thrust 2 Provide Tri- lingual focus in Curriculum
Strategic Thrust 3 Holistic development of students with leadership and Character.
Strategic Thrust 4 Recruitment of Quality Staff.
Strategic Thrust 5 Establish Quality Partnerships with Parents and Community
Strategic Thrust 6 Establish efficient administrative and operational support.
Strategic Thrust 7 Aim to increase student enrolment annually.




Establishment of SISB’s rst campus at Ekkamai.


Launch of SISB Ekkamai Campus (1st) O cial opening of

SISB’s rst campus, Ekkamai Campus.

Appointed by Singapore Examinations and Assessment
Board as iPSLE Exam Center.
Inaugural Singapore International Primary School
Leaving Examination (iPSLE).
SISB Ekkamai expanded its campus from 3 to
5-rai with a second complex
Embarkation of New Secondary School Project.
SISB is fully accredited by the o ce for National
Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ON-
ESQA) under the Private Education Act of Thailand.

SISB is fully accredited by CIS.
SISB is certi ed by CIE to conduct the IGCSE examinations.
SISB is certi ed by Ministry of Education of China as a Hanban centre to
conduct Chinese pro ciency tests for students.
Launch of SISB Pracha Uthit Campus (2nd)
SISB opened it’s second 10-rai campus, SISB Pracha Uthit
Campus with investments of THB 250 million.
On 7th June 2012, Pracha Uthit Campus was o cially opened
by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.


Launch of SISB Suvarnabhumi Campus (3rd)
SISB opened it’s third 8-rai campus, SISB Suvarnabhumi Campus.
SISB Pracha Uthit Campus is certi ed by CIE to conduct the Cambridge
International A Levels examinations.
The rst batch of students completed the IGCSE examinations.
SISB invested THB 50 million to construct the new 1.25-rai SISB Building at
Pracha Uthit (built-up area 2,200 sqm), which serves the Nursery 1 cohort
and SISB Co. Ltd. Corporate O ce.
O cial Opening of SISB Building
O cial Opening of SISB Corporate HQ and Nursery 1 classrooms by
Singapore Ambassador, Mrs Chua, on 14 November.
Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Secondary Complex at SISB
Pracha Uthit.
Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony for the 10-rai expansion of
SISB Pracha Uthit Campus Secondary Complex (Phase 2) with
investments of THB 800 million.

Launch of SISB Secondary Complex at Pracha Uthit Campus
SISB commemorates 15th Anniversary
SISB Ekkamai Campus launches refurbished classrooms for NK & Primary
Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony SISB’s Chiangmai Campus.
SISB 15th Anniversary Celebration.
SISB Pracha Uthit Campus opens its new 10-rai expansion (Phase 2)
Secondary Complex.
Launch of SISB Chiangmai Campus (4th)
Launch of SISB Thonburi Campus (5th)
SISB opened its fourth 5-rai campus, SISB Chiangmai.
SISB opened its fth 8-rai campus, SISB Thonburi.

2018 9
9th July – Opening of SISB Secondary Complex by Her Royal Highness
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Pracha Uthit Campus New Secondary
Complex will be o cially opened by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha
Chakri Sirindhorn on 9th July 2018.



Class Class Teacher (CT) Asst Class Teacher (ACT)

Archimedes Wish Tipsombat Alvin Teo & Hellene Gogos
Grade Newton Liu Chan Tan Chun Ming & Charles Gittelson
7 Pasteur
Siriwan Sirimangkalavanit Andrew Pigg & Sanja Filipovic

Supaporn Maneesutham Stefan Larsen& Hearty Reynold Fernando

Aaron Oo Bruno Cruz

Grade Hemingway David Bose Ren Xin
8 Shakespeare David Kim Dan Chen
Ronneth Hock & Yasussawin Khemdaeng
Grade Wordsworth Chai Wai Chung, Ivan Zhang Gaizhen
9 Lester Lin & Anatoliy Kuznetsov
Beethoven Sreeja Rajan Daichi Yamamoto & Eric Song Yi Jiong
Grade Fourier Ang
10 Haydn Kantapon Numpilai Priscilla Tang
Mozart Yu Zhen Bagyam Kamal & Natalie Candido
Grade Leonardo Shobhana Peter Anandhi Vivekanandan & Henry Matheson
Picasso Michael J Anthony

Aristotle Samuel A Dejohn

Socrates Ilyas Hasshim

Grade 12 Merlion Kattaleeya Singwee Basaveshwariah K.S.
Immersion Pythagoras Mahsa Bolbol -




Staircase C302 C303 Foyer C305 C306
Sixth Form - Tutorial G7 Pasteur G7 Newton
Staircase &
Storage Rm 3 Toilets C308 C307
C301 C304 G7 Einstein G7 Archimedes
Tutorial Rm 2
Rm 1


C401 C402
Rm 4 Rm 6
Staircase Tutorial Foyer C404 C405
Rm 5 G8 Austen G8 Shakespeare
C409 Staircase &
G10 Picasso C408 Toilets C407 C406
G8 Hemingway G8 Wordsworth
G10 Leonardo


C501 C502 C505 C506
CAS G12 Merlion G9 Mozart
Exam Office
C508 C507
Staircase C504 Foyer G9 Beethoven G9 Haydn
C510 Staircase &
G11 Socrates Rm 7 Toilets




C601 C602 C603 C604

Chem Lab 1 Chem Lab 2 Bio Lab 1 Bio Lab 2

Staircase C608 Foyer C606 C605
Phy Lab 2 Phy Lab 1
12 Computer Staircase &
Sc Rm Toilets


Homework is important to student learning at SISB Sixth School. Students are expected to have on average of
1 to 2 hours of homework per night. Homework is a vital part of the learning process and has direct impact on
the grading process.


Homework is any activity or assignment directed by the teacher to be performed outside the classroom that may
include practising skills learned in class; writing, reading, revising or completing of assignments.


• Primarily about work to consolidate and build on class work as well as learn for tests, do independent research
etc within a reasonable time frame, with minimal adult help.
•Related to grade level or subject matter curriculum.
•Related to class instruction.
•Engaging, purposeful and relevant.
•Emphasis on quality over quantity.


• Class work and homework missed because of an absence should be made up as soon as possible. This is the
student’s, and not the teacher’s, responsibility. Students should obtain telephone numbers of fellow students in
class and check with fellow classmates when absences occur so that work can be made known. Students should
absent for two or more days, class teachers should be informed and arrangements made for homework to be
emailed to student. The school strongly discourages taking students out of school for family vacations during
The absences are considered unacceptable and teachers are in no way obligated to supply your child with work
that will be missed.
• Homework assigned may constitute a percentage of the grade for the term and it is to be turned in when due. If
support and remediation if necessary. Teachers should also contact parents if a child is consistently unable to
complete the assigned work.
• Students have ultimate responsibility for ensuring that his or her work is authentic, with the
work of others or ideas of others fully and correctly acknowledged.




• Attendance in school is compulsory
• Any request for leave from official school day must be made directly to the Vice Principals or
Principal at least one week in advance for non-emergency case.

• The school regards punctuality as a very important virtue.
• All students have to be punctual for school lessons, CCA and other committed school activities.
•Students will be deemed to be late if they do not report to school by 7:15 a.m.
• Students arriving in school late will have to report to the office and obtain a late-comer slip to

enter their classes.
• Disciplinary action (such as detention or snack time duty) will be taken against those who are

late for school, class or any school organised programme.
• Warning letters may be issued to students who are regularly late for school and parents will be

called up to meet with the Class Teacher or Assistant Class Teacher.

Snack and Lunch Time
• The canteen area must be kept clean and hygienic at all time.
• No food should be taken out of the canteen. All food and drinks must be consumed

within the canteen.
• Food must be disposed appropriately at the collection point.
• All cutlery must be returned to the collection point in an orderly manner.
• Students must exercise consideration and refrain from making excessive and unnecessary

noise during snack and lunch time.
• Students are not allowed to stay in the classroom or loiter along the corridors during snack

and lunch time.
• At the end of snack and lunch time, students are to report back to their classrooms punctually

in an orderly manner.


• It is the responsibility of students to report punctually for lessons.
• They are to bring textbooks, workbooks and other materials relevant to their lessons.
• Assignments are to be completed and handed in by the specified deadline. Any request

for an extension
of time must be made to the teacher before the deadline.
• Students must stay focused and participate actively during lessons.
• Students must seek the teacher’s permission before leaving the class during lessons. An
Exit Pass must
be obtained from the teacher.
• Students are not to disrupt lessons or waste curriculum time.
• Classroom must be kept clean and tidy at all time.
• No food and drinks are allowed in the classroom.
• Use of mobile phones are strictly not allowed during curriculum time.


• Monday is Formal Day. All students are to be in their full formal school uniform through
out the whole day.

• Students are allowed to wear any prescribed school attire from Tuesday to Friday.
• The wearing of flip flops/sandals to school is prohibited except on medical grounds.

Approval from the Discipline Master must be sought.
• Only black shoes are allowed to be worn with the school uniform. Other relevant sports

shoes can be worn when students are participating in a competition on that day.
• Girls are allowed only one pair of ear studs. Hair accessories must be decent and must

not be too flamboyant in design.
• Make-up and any cosmetics are not allowed for students.
• Only approved religious accessories are allowed.
• Please refer to the pictures below for details of a student’s outlook.
• No tinting, dyeing, highlighting or perming of hair. No outlandish hairstyle.
• Fingernails should be kept short and unvarnished.
• Body studs, rings, bangles or wristbands of any colour or kind are not allowed.

Personal Belongings
• Students are strongly advised against bringing valuable items such as mobile phones, electron-

ic games, expensive watches, listening devices, etc. to school.
• While the school will assist in the search for lost valuables, the school cannot guarantee the
successful return of these valuables. The school cannot be held responsible nor liable in any
way for the theft/loss of valuables.
• All students are not allowed to have in their possession any weapon. They are not allowed to
bring any weapon-like item which is used or intended to be used to cause harm to others. The

action will also be taken against the student(s) who own/meddle with them. 15
• Non-educational play cards
• Cigarettes
• Lighters
• Pornographic materials
• Sharp objects which are weapon-like
• Hazardous chemicals



Use of Personal Electronic Devices (PEDS)

•Personal Electronics Devices (PEDS) include mobile phones, ipods, ipads, tablets, laptops,
cameras and similar electronics devices.

•Mobile phones are strictly prohibited during curriculum time. Mobile phones have to be surren
dered to the Class Teachers in the morning and will be returned at the end of the curriculum
time. All other PEDs must be switched off during curriculum time unless approved by the teacher
for use in lesson.

• Students should not abuse the use of PEDs. They should not take picture or video of others
without the latter’s permission.

• The school reserves the right to conduct checks on any PEDs brought to school at any time.
• Students are personally responsible and accountable for the safe-keeping of their PEDs.
• PEDs found attended or used during curriculum time will be confiscated.
• Violation of any rule regarding the usage of PEDs will result in the confiscation of the device(s),

which will be returned only to parents.


Mugs and Hugs

• Students are allowed to buy items from Mugs and Hugs during snack time, lunch time and when
they have a free period (only for Grade 10 to 12).

• Enrichment time is not a free period and students who wish to patronise at Mugs and Hugs
must have permission from the teacher.

• Sit-in at Mugs and Hugs is not allowed during curriculum time.

Permission To Leave School During School Hours

• All students requesting to leave school early during curriculum time must report to the office to
obtain permission from the Deputy Principal or Principal.

• The office will issue an Exit Pass to the students. Exit is via Gate 5.
• In the absence of a parent or guardian, the office will contact them and inform them of the early





1. Each teacher (excluding Deans) is assigned one - 4a. Teachers keep attendance register in
CCA for direction and/or supervision. google sheets, updated weekly and shared with
- 1a. Teachers assigned to fluctuating or low-
attendance CCAs may be moved to other CCAs. - 4b. Teachers follow up absence and tardiness
2. CCAs timing of individual students just as with regular
academic lessons. If necessary, teachers may take
- 2a. The frequency for the conduct of each CCA is disciplinary actions against students who are
once/twice a week. regularly late or absent or refer students to the
disciplinary committee for further actions.
- 2b. The duration of each CCA should be at least 2
hours per session. - 4c. Teachers should advise students who have
valid reasons and who wish to transfer CCA to
- 2c. The recommended time for each CCA is seek permission from CCA committee.
2:45-4:30pm 5. Remedials

- 2d. Teachers keep their CCA’s activities and - 5a. Subject teachers follow assigned subject
business only to the time allocated and refrain from days for remedials.
scheduling additional practices, committee meet-
ings, etc. - 5b. Subject teachers and relevant CCA teach-
3. Teachers submit year-long plan with weekly ers-in-charge discuss in advance the need for key
activities (approx. 30 weeks), including at least 2 of students in “Team CCAs” (competitive sports
the 4 key indicators, to CCA committee: teams, drama production, any CCA with upcom-
ing competition, performance, or summative
- projected outcomes project) to attend either remedial or CCA.
- summative projects
- performances - 5c. Subject teachers seek to offer remedials to
- competitions “key students” during other mutual free time.
4. Teachers uphold all SISB school rules during CCA,
especially those regarding safety and attendance. - 5d. In cases of severe academic need, CCA
teachers release their “key students” to remedial.

FOR STUDENTS 5. Students who have valid reasons and who wish
to transfer CCA are to seek permission from CCA
1. All students must sign up for CCAs.
2. Each student participates in two CCA sessions overall coordinator.
per week. 6. Students are responsible for balancing academ-
3. CCAs are equal to lessons in terms of the impor- ics with CCAs.
tance of attendance and conduct.
4. Students follow all SISB school rules during - 6a. Students cooperate with both CCA teacher
CCAs. and subject teacher with respect to requests for



Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children refers to the process of protecting children from
abuse or neglect, preventing the impairment of their health or development, ensuring that children
grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe, effective and nurturing care and
undertaking that role so as to enable those children to have optimum life chances and to enter
adulthood successfully.

Child protection refers to the processes undertaken to meet statutory obligations laid out in the Child
Protection Act 2003 in respect of those children who have been identified as suffering, or being at risk
of suffering harm

Good practice guidelines

To meet and maintain our responsibilities towards children, the school community agrees to the
following standards of good practice:
- treating all children with respect;
- setting a good example by conducting ourselves appropriately;
- involving children in decision-making which affects them;
- encouraging positive and safe behaviour among children;
- being a good listener;
- being alert to changes in child’s behaviour;
- recognising that challenging behaviour may be an indicator of abuse;
- reading and understanding all of the school’s safeguarding and guidance documents on wider
safeguarding issues, for example bullying, physical contact, e-safety plans and information-sharing;
- asking the child’s permission before doing anything for them which is of a physical nature, such as
assisting with dressing, physical support during PE or administering first aid;
- maintaining appropriate standards of conversation and interaction with and between children and
avoiding the use of sexualised or derogatory language;
- being aware that the personal and family circumstances and lifestyles of some children lead to an
increased risk of neglect and or abuse.

Abuse of trust

All school staff are aware that inappropriate behaviour towards children is unacceptable and that their

conduct towards all children must be beyond reproach. In addition, staff should understand that,

under the Child Protection Act 2003, it is an offence for a person over the age of 15 to have a sexual

relationship with a person under the age of 15, where that person is in a position of trust, even if the

relationship is consensual. This means that any sexual activity between a member of the school staff

and a child under 15 will be a criminal offence. Further to this, any contact of a sexual nature with any

student at SISB will result in the termination of the said person’s contract and notification

of the said person to Thai law enforcement authorities. 19

(Partial extraction from SISB Document Child Protection Handbook)


The purpose of formal examinations is to give teachers, parents and students themselves information
about their progress, strengths and weaknesses and how well they have been performing academically
in school.
Exams are not the end of a process but part of an on-going journey that is focused on developing
students’ understanding and confidence in the content and skills mastery and are a good indication of
how both teachers and students can close the gap.
Late for exam:
Students who are late are allowed to sit for the paper but with no extra time given.
Missed exam:
Students will still be allowed to sit for the paper but senior management and internal exam committee
will decide the students’ grades with the subject teacher and on a case by case basis.
Cheating in exams:
Students caught cheating will be penalised and given a zero for that particular paper.



Cambridge IGCSE Curriculum
Grade 7 & 8 offer up to 10 different examinable subjects.

1. Language Arts 6. Geography

2. Thai Language 7. History

3. Chinese Language 8. Art

4. Mathematics 9. ICT

5. Science 10. Music

PE/PCCG/Project Work are non examinable.
Grade 9 & 10 students have a choice of offering up to 8 different subjects.

Core Subjects Choose one elective Choose two electives

1. English as First/Second Language Physics or Biology Geography

2. Thai/Chinese Language History

3. International Mathematics Economics

4. Additional Mathematics Business Studies

5. Chemistry ICT



PE/PCCG are non examinable

Grade 11 and 12 students choose any 5 subjects (note that Maths is compulsory)

English Biology Geography
Mathematics (Compulsory) Economics Art
Chemistry Business Studies Music
Physics History ICT

Mathematics is compulsory subjects at Grade 11 and Grade 12
Students intending to take up medicine/dentistry studies at Thai Universities are allowed to do three
Science subjects (Chemistry, Physics and Biology)


Mid Year Exams (for all grades)

9 January 2019 16 January 2019

Preliminary Exams (for Grades 10, 11 & 12)

2 April 2019 11 April 2019

End of Year Exams (for Grades 7, 8 & 9)

5 June 2019 14 June 2019




1. Create leadership opportunities within the class
2. Nurture community within and create student ownership of class

Each class will elect the following positions, and may choose to elect the optional positions below, or
any others that seem fitting. You may do this democratically, through nomination or expression of
intention, or some other way. You may wish to wait a few days to get to know students before filling
any or all of the positions. Smaller classes like 11 and 12 may only have the starred offices.

Class Posi�ons Job Descrip�on

Class chairperson * Overall in charge of class management

Vice chairperson Assists the chairperson

Secretary Takes down notes when Class Commi�ee meets, documents and records class ac�vi�es on
special days (cultural celebra�ons, etc.)

Treasurer* In charge of funds when collec�ng small sums for the class’s ac�vi�es

Environment Head* In charge of class cleanliness (garbage, board cleaning, etc.) and making class environment
conducive for learning etc

Welfare Head* Keeps note of classmates birthdays, bereavement, rela�onship problems, and need to
consult teachers for help, assists with new students etc.

Subject heads* Keep track of homework given, send reminders to classmates, collect assignments on time,
etc. depends on how many subjects the class takes. May wish to have subject teachers
appoint or approve these. For example: EL, CL, TL, Maths, Science and Humani�es,
Aesthe�cs, etc. Or a combina�on of subjects

Offices of your If there is a need to, or wish to combine any offices above, for example: events head,
choice (or rota�ng holidays & celebra�ons head, etc and if certain du�es arise, like board cleaning or refilling of
du�es) supplies, classes may add these posi�ons too.





Setting a target is not about guessing what you can achieve. It involves knowing where you are now,
what you are trying to achieve, and determining challenging but realistic amounts of improvement
needed to get there.


Targets: the desired level of performance you • Specific: what you plan to achieve is clear
want to see, as measured by indicators, that • Measureable: there is a way to determine
represents success at achieving your outcome.
whether or not you have achieved it
Stretch Target: challenging but realistic target • Achievable
should be able to reach with some effort • Rigorous
• Timeframe is specified


Subject CA1 SA1 CA2 SA2 Overall for year

(Mid Year Exam) (End of Year Exam)












Subject CA1 SA1 CA2 SA2 Overall for year

(Mid Year Exam) (End of Year Exam)


CCA AND CIP 2018-2019

HOUSE My House Captain
My House Colour & Chant My House Teacher in charge

Term 1 House Meeting Dates Term 3
Term 2

CCA My CCA Teacher –in-charge My CCA Leader

Term 1 CCA Training Days and Dates Term 3
Term 2

CIP Date & Duration Venue of CIP Activity
Nature of CIP Activity



- New teachers report to school & settling-in
1 2 3 4 5 1st Aug - Induction of new staff members by HR
- Induction of new teachers/TAs by Principals/Vice-Principals
August 2018 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2nd - 6th Aug - Staff Meeting, Preparation & Orientation Days
- H.M. Queen's Birthday
September 2018 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 7th Aug - Make-up for H.M. Queen's Birthday
October 2018 - Start of AY 2018/2019 Term 1
November 2018 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 10th - 17th Aug - Commencement of ECAs (NK & Primary)
December 2018
January 2019 27 28 29 30 31 12th Aug - Wai Kru (Thai Dept i/c)
February 2019
March 2019 13th Aug - Mid-Autumn Festival (CL Dept i/c)
April 2019 - 1st Staff Professional Development Days (off days for students)
20th Aug - Mid-Term Break
May 2019 - King Rama IX's Memorial Day
June 2019 27th Aug - Make-up for King Rama IX's Memorial Day
July 2019 - Chulalongkorn Day
August 2019 12 - Halloween celebration (NK & Primary)

26 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6th Sep - International Week
- Loy khrathong (Thai Dept i/c)
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
- King Rama IX's Birthday/Father's Day/National Day
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 - Constitution Day
- Christmas Celebration
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 ???? - Term 1 Holidays

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 11th & 12th Oct - New Year Day
- Start of Term 2 and Commencement of ECAs
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 13th - 23rd Oct
- Open House
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 13th Oct - Merit-Making Ceremony
- Lunar New Year Celebration (CL Dept)
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 15th Oct - Mid-Term Break
- 2nd Staff Professional Development Day (off day for students)
29 30 31 23rd Oct - Makha Bucha Day

???? - Chakri Day
- Make-up for Chakri Day
1234 - Songkran Celebration (Thai Dept i/c)
- Songkran holidays
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 - Term 2 Holidays
- Make-up for Songkran holidays
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 12th - 16th Nov - Start of Term 3
- IGCSE & AS /A Levels Exams
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 22nd Nov - Labour Day
- Visakha Bucha Day
26 27 28 29 30 - Make-up for Visakha Bucha Day

12 - End-of-Year Staff Dinner (Tentative)
- Graduation Day
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 5th Dec - Term 3 Holidays
- IPSLE Exam
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 10th Dec - Summer Programme
- Asarnha Bucha Day
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 ????? - H.M. King Rama X's Birthday
- Make-up for H.M. King Rama X's Birthday
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 15th Dec 17 - New teachers report to school & settling-in
31 - 6th Jan 18 - Induction of new staff members by HR
- Induction of new teachers/TAs by Principals/Vice-Principals
1 2 3 4 5 6 1st Jan - Staff Meeting, Preparation& Orientation Days
- H.M. Queen's Birthday
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 7th Jan - Start of AY 2019/2020 Term 1

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 26th Jan

28 29 30 31 31st Jan

1 2 3 1st Feb

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2nd - 10th Feb

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 11th Feb
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 19th Feb
25 26 27 28

4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6th Apr
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 8th Apr

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 11th Apr

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 13th - 15th Apr

29 30 13th - 21st Apr

16th & 17th Apr

22nd Apr

1 2 3 4 5 May - June

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1st May

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 18th May

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 20th May

27 28 29 30 31



10 11 12 13 14 15 16 21st Jun

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 28th Jun

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 29th Jun - 18th Aug

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 July

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 8th - 26th Jul

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 16th Jul

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 28th Jul

29 30 31 29th Jul

1 2 3 4 1st Aug

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2nd - 6th Aug

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 7th Aug

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 13th -16th Aug

26 27 28 29 30 12th Aug

19th Aug

Legends: 2018-2019 Academic Year Summary

= School Vacation (including Sat and Sun) Term 1 74 days
= Start of School Term Term 2 62 days
Term 3 48 days





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