Yearbook AY 2016-2017 (Pracha Uthit campus)

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2016 - 2017



Council of International Schools (CIS)

In June 2011, SISB received its highest honour yet: accreditation by the Council of

International Schools (CIS).


In March 2015 SISB was accredited by the New England Association of Schools and

Colleges (NEASC).


In 2010, SISB was fully accredited by the Office for National Education Standards and

Quality Assessment (ONESQA) under the Private Education Act of Thailand.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

SISB holds the Basic Independent Award Centre Licence to conduct The Duke of

Edinburgh’s International Award Scheme, the world’s leading youth achievement award



SISB is an approved centre certified by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) to

conduct the IGCSE, AS and A Levels examinations.


SISB is the first international school in Thailand which was formally appointed by the

Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) in 2006 as the official examination

centre for the Singapore International Primary School Examination (iPSLE).


International Schools Association of Thailand (ISAT) acts as the unified voice for

international education in Thailand and as a centre for collective action on behalf of

its membership. SISB has been a member of the International Schools Association of

Thailand since 2001.


The East Asia Regional Council of Schools (EARCOS) is an organisation of 156 member

schools in East Asia with a combined total of more than 100,000 pre-K to 12th grade

students. SISB was granted full membership in EARCOS in October 2016.

Thailand International Schools Activity Conference

The purpose of TISAC is to provide a well-rounded programme of sporting, nonsporting

and cultural activities for member schools in a framework that will achieve recognised

educational objectives whilst bringing together students to enjoy friendly and

competitive opportunities to develop their talents. SISB was accepted as a member of

TISAC in June 2017.

College Board

The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students

to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to

expand access to higher education. In 2015, SISB became a centre for College Board SAT



SISB is certified by the Ministry of Education of China as a Hanban centre to conduct

Chinese proficiency tests for students.





Founded in 2001, SISB currently has five campuses in

Thailand. It adopts the Singapore and UK curricula as the

foundation for teaching and learning.

The SISB name is inspired by our first campus, the

Singapore International School of Bangkok (2001), the first

Singapore International School that was established in

Thailand, pioneering the Singapore education curriculum.

Singapore International School of Bangkok was founded

through the cooperative efforts of a group of Singaporean

and Thai parents who were keen to invest in an institution

to provide their children with quality education that

develops fluency in English, Chinese and Thai languages.

Motivated by their beliefs in the merits of the Singaporebased

curriculum, they established SISB in 2001.

SISB provides a standardised curriculum underscored

by the principles of the Singapore education system and

consistently delivers high quality education that many

have come to trust of SISB. Through a broad-based and

unique multi-lingual curriculum, SISB offers effective

learning environments, opportunities and challenges to

foster students as lifelong learners and future leaders.

With more than 1,600 students of over 30 nationalities,

and strong teaching and support staff hailing from over

20 countries, the SISB community is inspired by a global

outlook and enriched by cultural diversity. SISB upholds

the reputation of the globally renowned, excellent

education system of Singapore and holds the duty to

contribute positively to the development of education in


With the rapid growth of its student population, SISB

identified the need to expand its campus facilities. On

7 June 2012, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri

Sirindhorn presided over the Grand Opening of SISB

Pracha Uthit campus, a new campus spanning 17,000

square metres in Pracha Uthit. The campus features

SISB Preschool, well-equipped classrooms, a library,

science and computer laboratories, a multi-purpose

hall, basketball court, swimming pool, playgrounds and

offers full-fledged curricula for students from ages 2

to 18. It also has a 1.25-rai SISB Building in Pracha Uthit

(built-up area 2,200 sqm), which serves as the head

office for the SISB Group and also features a dedicated

compound for the Nursery 1 students of SISB Pracha Uthit.

Last year also saw the completion of the new Secondary

School complex, a THB 770 million project measuring

9.5-rai (built-up area 26,000 sqm). It caters to 800 more

students, with extensive facilities such as a Sports

Complex, a 25-metre swimming pool, a 407-seat Creative

Arts and Media Centre and boarding facilities that can

accommodate up to 800 students.

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We believe that students are unique individuals endowed with special talents and have the desire

to succeed, and that every student is important, and every parent a partner.


To be a leading international school in Thailand, known and respected for having the Singapore

and UK curricula as its foundation for teaching and learning, and for ensuring a climate of

interculturalism, internationalism and student wellbeing.


Spirit of Excellence


It is our duty to develop the full potential of all students entrusted to us for their education. We

strive to ensure that all students grow intellectually, physically, socially, morally and culturally, to

become responsible, achieving and contributing members of the world.


● We provide a conducive and safe learning environment that is intercultural, international,

multilingual and challenging for effective learning and teaching.

● We aspire to having our students become academically able, critical thinkers, life-long

learners and global citizens in a learning environment which is intercultural, international and

multilingual in its outlook, and rigorous, creative and nurturing in its approach.

● We nurture our students to attain a level of competency in three languages, and to equip them

with information technology and life skills necessary to successfully access tertiary education

in universities of their choice throughout the world.

● We promote a healthy lifestyle through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

● We ensure professional development for all our staff, and commit to working with parents and

other stakeholders to build a strong and close-knit community.


● Independence




Messages from

senior management


Every year is a memorable year for the students, parents,

teachers and staff of SISB. Each year, we witness and contribute

to the growth of our school with a myriad of learning

experiences, activities, events and developments. To the

graduating class of 2016-2017, I congratulate you on your

achievements and hope that you will continue to stay in

touch with us as our proud alumni

Academic Year 2016-2017 is an eventful year as we marked

the 15th Anniversary of SISB. Since our establishment in

2001, we have come a long way together to establish SISB as

a holistic school for quality education in Thailand. This year,

we opened the new Secondary Complex at Pracha Uthit campus,

along with state-of-the-art facilities, such as a Boarding

School, brand new Sports Complex, Creative Arts and Media

Centre and Swimming Pool. With all these new facilities, we

hope to provide our students with the best environment to

live, learn and explore.

We also launched a new campus in Chiangmai and will be

opening a new campus in Thonburi by Academic Year 2017-

2018. SISB Chiangmai is our first development beyond the

Bangkok Metropolitan Area and we are excited about the

launch of this new campus, which is the first Singapore International

School in Northern Thailand.



The inaugural SISB Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) –

English Language Project has also been a great success this

year and it is heartwarming to see all our students and staff

sharing their passion of teaching with the students from Praram

9 Kanchanapisek School.

Our togetherness and dedication define SISB’s Spirit of Excellence.

I wish all our students, parents, teachers and staff good

health and success, and thank you for your contributions and

being part of our big SISB family.



To pay tribute to our beloved King during this period of

mourning, Halloween celebration was replaced with fundraising

activities so students could learn about our late

King’s contributions to his country. Christmas celebration

was replaced with music and art exhibitions.

SISB celebrated her 15th Anniversary on 15th December

2016. On this day, our Guest-of-Honour, Mr. Wong Kai Jiun,

Chargé d’Affaires a.i., Embassy of the Republic of Singapore

unveiled the pride of SISB, the Merlion statue, located

in front of the Mugs and Hugs Café. Our school’s mascots,

Leon and Merly, were also presented. Guests were treated to

a play “Annie the Musical” performed by students from the

Survarnabhumi campus as well as “Space and Time Overlap”

by our secondary school students at the Performance Auditorium.

Outstanding musicians from the Youth Philharmonic

Orchestra of the China Conservatory of Music also performed

at this event, courtesy of the China Cultural Centre, Thailand.



The school year kicked off with the completion of the extension

of the Pracha Uthit Campus. We are proud to announce

that we are now equipped with state-of-the-art,

world-class facilities. The extension spans 9.5-rai and consists


• a two-storey academic block

• a two-storey sports complex

• a 25-metre swimming pool

• a futsal field,

• a Creative Arts and Media Centre and

• Two six-storey blocks boarding school.

The secondary school students were privileged to be the

first to enjoy the new facilities in the new academic block.

It was with a heavy heart the school reopened after the

short break in October 2016 due to the demise of our beloved

King Bhumibol Adulyadej. He was the longest-reigning

monarch in the world and a father to all Thai people.

The Thai people are aware of his many contributions to the

country’s development. We join the Thai people in mourning

the loss of our great King. The school held a memorial

ceremony in honour of His Majesty, the late King Bhumibol

Adulyadej, on 1st November 2016. I would like to thank

students, parents and staff who attended the ceremony.

To further immerse our students into the Chinese culture

and educational system, the school signed Memorandum of

Understandings with North China University of Technology,

Tshinghua University High School-Chaoyang, Yongledian

High School, Yunhe High School, Furong Primary School,

Gongyuan Primary School and Xinyuanli No.4 Primary

School. To kick start the exchange programme, key personnel

from Furong Primary School and students and teachers

from Yunhe High School will be visiting SISB in the new academic

year. In return, our teachers and students will visit

Yunhe High School and Furong Primary School in October

this year.

To promote sports, we hosted at our Sports Hall, the Asia

Hopes Week, a table tennis training camp, and ISAA Swim

Gala at our new 25-metre swimming pool. We have also

successfully gained membership in Thailand International

Schools Activity Conference, (TISAC) opening up sports competition

opportunities for our students.

Promoting the performing arts, various musical performances

took place during lunch break and after school. In March

this year and for the very first time, the Primary School ECA

Theatre Club performed a dramatic production “The Jungle

Book” at our new Performance Auditorium. This was followed

by the Secondary School production “Phantom of the

Opera” in May.

Ensuring our boarders at our Boarding School develop social

and life skills, activities and visits were organised during

the weekends to places such as Bang Krajao (an island

near Samut Prakan), Suan Srikuenkhan Park, Samae-Sa, Bang

Namphung Floating Market, Nongbon Water Sports Centre,

and Terminal 21. Some students also had the opportunity to

participate in the Boarding Experiential Programme.

Our students are multi-talented. Firstly, our Sports Scholarship

holder, Arisa Tanthathoedtham (Fah) from Year 9, has

done not only the school but also Thailand proud by winning

numerous awards in regional and international rhythmic

gymnastics competitions. She won 3 Gold and 1 Bronze

medal for Thailand at the 14th Singapore Open Gymnastics

Championships - Rhythmic Gymnastics in June 2017; 2 Gold,

1 Silver and 2 Bronze at Thailand National Junior Championship

(Chumporn Ranong Games); 4 Silver at Total Gym 6th International

Gymnastics Tournament 2017 in Kuala Lumpur; 1

Gold and 3 Silver at the 16th Oomsin’s Rhythmic Gymnastics

Interclub Competition 2017 in Malaysia. Shirley Losmithgul

from Year 12 was selected by the US Government to represent

Thailand at the Southeast Asia Youth Leadership Programme

(SEAYLP) held at Illinois, USA, from 4th to 28th April

2017 while three teams from SISB Debate Society who had

done well in the largest ever Bangkok regional round of the

World Scholar’s Cup, which we co-host with NIST International

School, competed in the next round at Hanoi in June.

Tintin (P6 Love), Jai-Jai (P5 Peace) and Patrick (P5 Love) from

our Primary School were presented Distinction Awards in

Poland’s “Another Look Art Competition 2016” while Tada

Tangsunawan (P3 Faith) and Kita Tangsunawan (P1 Peace)

won the championship trophy for the under 10 category at

the Thailand Junior Ice Hockey League during Dec 2016 to

Mar 2017 season.

We appreciate the concerted effort of the PST, led by Khun

Pornprapa Lertratkosum, and parents who have volunteered

energy and time planning activities for the parents and the

school such as seminars and the extravagant Family Fun

Fair#2, a memorable event for the whole SISB community.

A big thank you to all of them and we look forward to their

continued partnership in the education of their children, our


I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff and

students in organizing the fun-filled “Star-gazing” Open

Day on 25th February this year. Everyone came together to

create a wonderful day of fun and learning. My thanks go to

students, staff and janitors for keeping our campus clean

in particularly the toilets. This led us to win the Best Toilet

Competition organised by Bangkok Municipality in June this


We have come to the end of yet another exciting academic

year. I hope this yearbook serves as a memory of events that

have played a part in your school life at SISB. I encourage you

to continue your growth here at SISB in the Spirit of Excellence!

In the 2016 iPSLE, our top student, Kittima Li, was awarded

the Certificate of Distinction. Ten other students were

awarded Certificates of Outstanding Performance in the

various subjects. In the 2016 IGCSE, Carol Liu Zi Yi and Punyathorn

Jeungsmarn (Arm) were awarded the 2016 Outstanding

Cambridge Learner Awards, Thailand. Carol was

awarded the High Achievement Award in IGCSE Chinese as

a First Language while Arm in both AS level Geography and

English Language.

This academic year also saw the launch of SISB Corporate

Social Responsibility (CSR)-English Language Project in collaboration

with Wat Praram 9 and Praram 9 Kanchanapisek

School on 1 Oct 2016. The SISB CSR-EL Project is an 18-week

programme which provides English lessons to primary students

from Praram 9 Kanchanapisek School helping them

develop literacy skills in reading, speaking and comprehension.

The project ended on 17th June 2017 with a Graduation

Ceremony for the students. On behalf of SISB, I thank the

parent volunteers, student volunteers, teachers volunteers

and staff who contributed to the success of this programme.

We look forward to more who will be volunteering their time

in CSR-EL Project 2 in the new academic year.

This year we have also successfully applied for membership

in East Asia Regional Council of Schools (EARCOS). Our

teachers will now have opportunities to develop professionally

by attending courses and conferences organised by the

organisation. There will be opportunities to network with

teachers from other international schools in the region.



• a. Stellar - Strategies for Teaching English Language

and Reading. This programme for the Pr 1-2

emphasises on authentic experiential learning, engaging

the students in reading and understanding.

As part of their learning journey, lessons were conducted

in Lumpini Park and students wrote about

their field trips to Safari World, Royal Thai Air Force

Museum, and Kids Science Discovery Museum.

• b. Residential Trips for Pr 3 to Pr 6. Our students

went to Horseshoe Point, The Pines, Nakon Nayok and

Rayong for their Residential trips. We have received

very good feedback from students who thoroughly

enjoyed the experience. These trips had tremendous

support from our students and parents. They provide

our students with character development, focusing

on collaboration and working together harmoniously

and cohesively.These are excellent life skills needed

by the students to prepare them for 21st century.



It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that we have successfully

completed yet another hectic academic year of

2016-2017. We mourned the loss of a great beloved King,

King Bhumibhol Adulyadej, and welcomed the new King

Maha Vajiralongkorn.

SISB has just celebrated its 15th anniversary held together

with the soft opening of the new secondary campus which

boasts of first-class sports and performing arts facilities.

This year we have consolidated and further developed many

of the initiatives introduced previously. The 5 Strategic

Thrusts of Quality Teaching and Learning, Quality Staff, Quality

Students, Quality Resource Management, Quality Parental

and Community Partnership, which we have crafted, have

guided us well and this will continue to be our compass for

the next five years.

Below are some of the numerous programmes that were implemented

and they are greatly enjoyed by the students:

• c. We are into the third year of Prefectship and our prefects

have done us proud. Besides their prefectorial duties

of looking after the students and ensuring that all is

well, they have also presented on various current affairs

issues eg Slimes,Road Safety, Planets. Good job, Prefects!

• d. Maths Trails which tested students on their

creative problem solving skills. They are given real

life situations which are not in the textbook, and

have to find solutions. These activities bring out

the teamwork, collaboration, and problem-solving

skills in the students. Students were required to

present their findings to their peers and teachers.

• e. As part of our objective to engage parents in their

students’ learning, for the first time, SISB organised a

series of Math workshops for our parents to learn and

experience the joys and frustrations of Maths. We flew

in a trainer from Singapore, and the parents had fun

learning together with their children and teachers. Parents

can understand better the rigours their children are

facing, and this will make the children more resilient!

• f. The Science Competition is an annual school event

whereby our Primary 3 to 6 students are posed a challenge

and they have to use their creativity and process

skills to complete it. This year’s competition centred

around the theme ‘Creative Construction’ and our students

had displayed strong leadership and communication


g. Innovation Convention for the Primary 4 students, of

which every student was given the opportunity to invent new

products for our everyday life. This has provided them with

the opportunity to display their inventive spirit and entrepreneurship,

preparing them for the job market.

h. The production of “Jungle Book” was a huge success

and what made it more memorable was the artistes were

mainly from the lower primary and these students were really

great as they demonstrated confidence and articulated well.

I am also proud to congratulate our students for the following

excellent external achievements:

a. SISB took part in the International Singapore Math

Competition for the second year. More than 12000 students

from all over the world participated in this competition. In

total, we acquired 11 Gold, 10 Silver and 11 Bronze medals,

the largest number of medals in Thailand, emerging Champion

amongst the schools in Thailand. We also emerged as the

Champion school in Thailand, beating over 12,000 students.

b. Numerous awards from Sports:

1st Futsal U9 ISAA,

1st Futsal U9 ISAA

1st Swimming Under 9 ISAA

2nd Swimming Under 11 ISAA

2nd Overall Swimming with a total of 30 gold, 48 silver and

19 bronze medals

Many awards in Gymnastics and other external competitions

I would like to specially credit the members of the PST whose

contributions have added another dimension to the vibrancy

of SISB. Your presence at all our functions, your support at

the Family Fun Fair have greatly benefited the fun learning

aspect of education. You have played a critical role in complementing

us. It has also provided the platform for family

bonding as well as networking amongst the parents. We

are elated that the present committee would be staying and

more parents have come on board. Well done, PST! We hope

to see more of you next year.

Together We Soar And Achieve!



Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an

open one.

- Malcom S. Forbes

IEducation is the most powerful tool in the world. It is a powerful

tool which can be used to change the world. Today,

with the fast-moving society, and influence of social media,

we are looking at a very different future of the world. The

future world is a place that our children will be influenced by

and contributing to.

ISB truly believes that providing holistic education in a safe and secure

environment will enable our students to succeed and excel in

the future world.

My 10-year journey with SISB has seen colossal growth and improvements

not only in facilities but also in the excellent education

we offer our students. Today, I am very privileged to still be here to

try and make a difference in the lives of my students. Working together

with parents to provide the right fit for every child has been

so rewarding that I hope to see the trust in the school and in me

grow exponentially. Parents have given SISB and I their trust in ensuring

that their children are safe and are educationally achieving

their potential, and I hope this will allow us to move forward as a




The Nursery Kindergarten team has come a long way together with

one mission, and that is to never stay stagnant. We will explore and

embrace the best practices to ensure that we provide the best education

for our students. We are sure that together with the parents,

we will take SISB to new heights in the education world and our

children will be the best they can be.

On behalf of SISB Nursery Kindergarten department, SISB Management

and myself, I would like to thank all our parents and potential

parents for entrusting your most precious gems to us and we promise

to put our heart and soul into ensuring that they receive the best

care and education we can provide.

Hand in hand we will step forward into a new year!



Academic Year 2016 - 2017 has come to an end. At the beginning

of the Academic Year, we moved into state-of-the-art

facilities. Students and teachers now have access to five new

buildings which include a six-floor Academic Building, two

Boarding Houses with canteen, a two-storey Sports Complex

with a swimming pool and a five-floor Creative Arts and Media

Centre. The facilities are designed to support 21st century

learning and teaching. The teachers and students made full

use of these new facilities in the past year.

In the 2016 IGCSE examination results, there was a 100% pass

rate of grades C to A* in 15 subjects and 12 out of 22 subjects

had at least 50% of grades A or A*. 99.3% of all grades were E or

higher. Combining IGCSE examination results from 2015 and

2016, special congratulations go to Thyme who scored a total

of 9A*s, Vincent 8A*s and 2Bs, Shirley 6A*s, 3As and 1B and

Yuki 6A*s and 3Bs. Our congratulations also go to Carol Liu Ziyi

for being awarded the 2016 IGCSE Outstanding Cambridge

Learner Awards, Thailand, for High Achievement in Cambridge

IGCSE Chinese First Language.



In the AS level, there was a 100% pass rate in all 7 subjects with

at least grade C or better and 43.8% obtained an A. Our congratulations

to Arm who scored 3A*s and 1B and Pheam 3A*s

and 1C. Arm was also awarded the 2016 Cambridge International

AS Level Examination Outstanding Cambridge Learner

Awards, Thailand, for High Achievement in Cambridge International

AS Level English and Geography. We are also proud

of our A-levels students too. They obtained a 100% pass rate

in 3 out of 4 subjects and a 67% pass rate of C - A* in 3 out of 4

subjects. Well done, Win, for obtaining 2As, 1B and 1C.

In external competitions such as the World Scholar’s Cup,

ISAA, and 14th Singapore Open Gymnastics Championships,

many of our students had done well.

Our students also put up a big drama production “Phantom of

the Opera” in our Performance Auditorium at the Creative Arts

and Media Centre under the guidance of teachers Karl and Stefan.

It was an immense success that will stay in our memories

forever. Next to this, the Residential Trips and the International

Awards were also carried out and would continue in the next

Academic Year.

New developments in the next Academic Year will be

in the form of a Learning Support Centre and the introduction

of a Dean of Students working closely with

students and Form Tutors in giving pastoral care and

support to the students. Also, students will have the opportunity

to sign up for After School Activities. These could be

extra academic subject support, arts, sports or ICT activities.

I wish all students, parents and teachers a restful summer

break and we look forward to seeing you back at the start of

the next Academic Year with more exciting activities and programmes.



Left to right:

• Hero Lee (Teacher Representative)

• Judith Hong Zhang Sathaporn (School Manager)

• Prasitchai Kritsanayunyong (Parent Representative)

• Wilawan Kaewkanokvijit (Specialist)

• Kelvin Koh (Board Chairman)

• Victor Giam (Head of School)

• Panthip Kolyanee (School Director / School Licensee)

• Graham Cherry (Specialist)

• Sumitra Songphatanayothin (Secretary to Board of Governors)

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Left to right:

• Willem van der Sluis (Principal, Secondary)

• Prapassara Nimmantevin (Director of Events and Operations)

• Judith Hong Zhang Sathaporn (School Manager)

• Garret Tan (Business Manager)

• Victor Giam (Head of School)

• Panthip Kolyanee (School Director / School Licensee)

• Cecilia Ng (Principal, Primary)

• Narisa Lertnamwongwan (Principal, Nursery and Kindergarten)




Left to right:

• Willem van der Sluis (Principal, Secondary)

• Garret Tan (Business Manager)

• Marion Barbe (Vice-Principal, Nursery and Kindergarten)

• Panthip Kolyanee (School Director / School Licensee)

• Victor Giam (Head of School)

• Cecilia Ng (Principal, Primary)

• Narisa Lertnamwongwan (Principal, Nursery and Kindergarten)

• Jasmine Choong (Vice-Principal, Primary)

• John Kurton (Vice-Principal, Secondary)

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( Corporate )




1st row, (front row) left to right:

• Wannee Jakunchon (Payroll Manager)

• Acharawan Isarangkoon Na Ayutthaya (HR Director)

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Left to right:

• Tussapon Wannasuk (Audio Visual support officer)

• Ekachai Teerakaew (Audio Visual Coordinator)

• Parinyasak Sangnieam (Head of Group ICT)

• Taywin Wongchaiwat (IT support officer)

• Kritsada Rungruang (IT coordinator & Systems Engineer)

• Wisut Kitcharoenwong (IT support officer)




Left to right:

• Sawitri Chaiswang (Corporate Graphic Designer)

• Ong Sze Yin Joyce (Director, Corporate Communication)

• Vinita Srichaikul (Corporate Marketing Executive)

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Front row, left to right:

• Sujitra Chaykhunthod

• Nongyaow Chuaytao

• Supaporn Montrelerdrasme

• Euamporn Warawatanathamrong

• Sunandha Leelasaengsai

• Somkiet Narach

• Siripen Muensungh

2 nd row, left to right:

• Prapaporn Jampattanakij

• Seksan Srisuwannakarn

• Surasit Trakulleung

• Tanunart Supalertruttanachai

• Kannika Leesaimool

• Anchisa Pattamalai

• Winapha Chansud

• Monsicha Supaphon


• Mon Kaewyim

• Thitiwat Raveepornsurat

• Sirikanya Supaphala




1 st row, left to right:

• Sasiprapa Nookruea (Store Officer)

• Nontacha Watcharawetsaringkhan (Procurement Officer)

• Dollapaporn Khunnarak (Procurement Officer

• Prapatsri Kiatsuksathit (Procurement Manager)

• Parichat Burapasikarin (Procurement Officer)

• Chompunut Roemroek (Procurement Officer)

2 nd row, left to right:

• Nawin Ekmarukent (Store Officer)

• Aaron Ngiam (Director, Group Operations)

• Surasak Limphoemphoonwiwat (Assistant Store Manager)


• Eakring Sookyoung (Store Officer)

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1 st row, left to right:

• Surasit Charoenphol

• Ponrakrit Sooksupat

• Kridsana Yeepen

• Boonchai Boonrangsri

• Keyoon Siyong

• Jatupon Ra-ngubpai

2 nd row, left to right:

• Jirasak Boolom

• Uthid Nuekme

• Phadungsak Paseelatasung (Security Manager)

• Wisitthorn Wannaso

• Somchai Tonpoh

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Front row, left to right:

Lamyai Wongsorn | Navaporn Kongkate | Chalida Seedee | Kanisorn Chuainakorn | Rachatawan

Phianbubpha | Sukanya Hongcome | Orapin Kwanseng | Buahong Boonkhong | Ratree Sriyotha

2 nd row, left to right:

Athiwat Unyapeerapong | Siriporn Atano | Wareenart Thamwong | Wilai Donklang | Nutchalai Suksri |

Pannee Thamawong | Jutiporn Kuttiwong

3 rd row, left to right:

Rat Khuntee | Vorapot Treveradrath | Thitat Poenmunkhong | Peeracha Chanmeka | Wanchai





Front row, left to right:

Nuchsara C. | Pitsamai D. | Supitcha A. | Jaew K. | Wikit P. | Thass T. | Wanphen S. | Nalan S. | Sakorn K.

| Boonchan K. | luntom D.

2 nd row, left to right:

Khanokwan K. | Sompis R. | Supis R. | LaddawaL L. | Pranom K. | sudanan C. | Phanumat R. | Lawan S. |

Yanee K. | Alisa Y. | Napatkan N. | Bunhom T. | Kanyapat N. | Promma H. | Sompong R.

3 rd row, left to right:

Wanida S. | SeangTien P. | Nualchavee K. | Thamonwan P. | Boonhom C. | Vorawan A. | Kajorn J. |

Thananpatchr R. | Ake W. | Suphap S. | Patcharee S. | Aungkana T. | Saichon T. | Sunan D. | Yada P.

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( Pracha Uthit )




Left to right:

• Thanawat Saneewong na Ayutthaya (Government Liaison Officer)

• Thanvaraise Tanakulrangson (Secretary to School Director)

• Panthip Kolyanee (School Director)

• Varunee Tantanadaecha (Senior HR Officer)

• Hathaiprat Khomnamdaeng (Government Liaison Officer)

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1 st row, left to right:

• Suttrara Kopattanakij (Senior Admissions Officer)

• Judith Hong Zhang Sathaporn (School Manager)

• Garret Tan (Business Manager)

• Jeffrey Ang (Senior Communications Officer)

2 nd row, left to right:

• Chatnapat Sanguanchat (Registrar)

• Alice Zheng (Admissions Officer)

• Pichayapohn Wiwattanapoonpon (Graphic Designer)

• Supphasan Phornprapha (Admissions Officer)




Left to right:

• Rujaya Boonyanuwat (Personal Assistant to Primary Principal)

• Krittika Varnvibul (Personal Assistant to Head of School)

• Nattikarn Rimpirungsri (Personal Assistant to Secondary Principal)

• Sunittha Lertpakornchai (Personal Assistant to NK Principal)

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Left to right:

• Nattharika Saeyour (School Nurse)

• Tanaporn Sudjit (Senior School Nurse)

• Tatsanee Pimphiwong (School Nurse)

• Narisara Rattasirikun (School Nurse)




Left to right:

• Ms. Thanhita Niyomsook (PA & Mentor to Boarding)

• Ms. Ting Tang (Head of Girls’ Boarding)

• Mr. Stewart Ross (Head of Boarding)

• Ms. Natnaree Sirithummakul (Mentor to Boarding)

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FRONT ROW, (left to right):

Jiji Puangjan (N1 TA coordinator) | Charnchai Auekitprasert (Head of PE, ECA coordinator) | Sumitra Khianborisut

(N2 TA coordinator) | Catherine Salandanan (K1 TA coordinator) | Lovely May H. Bronola (K2 TA coordinator) | Judith

Hong Zhang Sathaporn (School Manager) | Garret Tan (Business Manager) | Panthip Kolyanee (School Director)

| Narisa Lertnamwongwan (Principal, NK) | Victor Giam (Head of School) | Marion Barbe (Vice-Principal) | Chantana

Schnare (Head of Events/ICT) | Rachana Kukreja (Head of K1) | Benjamin James Alfred Rowan Cantrell (Head of

K2) | Li Cai Rong (Chinese coordinator) | Li Ying Zhang (Head of Chinese) | Jatuporn Ngernyoung (Head of Thai) |

Kendal Lee Preston (N1 coordinator) | Ratchanee Abigail Arnanta (Head of N2) | Jeane David Aquino (Head of N1)

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Maria Angelie Alcos Quimba | Emma Lou Andrada Lechoncito | Maria Corina Naneth Reyes Japon | Erma N.

Valeriano | Jubilee T. Mantalaba | Cecille Silverio | Fangmei Qin | Jonah Lyn Superales Soliva | Mary Grace

Benatero | Nittaya Sirijanda | Sien Mei Tsang | Napassanan Siripatpanya | Gretchen Ylaya | Jocel Ocial |

Iana Christine Duran | Walainuch Thammak | Ivy Lou Fiesta Palomares | MA Connie Poncardas Lechoncito |

Wipawee Patthawan | Rechein Lamoas Perdigones | Rose Ann S. Revillas | Jenime Ancino | Noemi Muzares

| Yu Jun Fang | Mary Ann Angel Repollo | Jaylyn Arcillas Tan | Mercy Abenojar | Sunittha Lertpakornchai

3 rd ROW, (left to right):

Joy Roble | Phonpit Sriwisuth | Nittaya Planechun | Saowalak Jantana | Love Shieka Palmones | MA. Rodylie C.Matildo | Pamyaphy

Veronica Rumthao | Phongsri Moosiapun | Suwen He | Alexandra Maria Rojo Nieto | Emma Panahon Rattanapanadda | Christine

Marcon | Amber Nel | Wanlapa Jiratikan | Cherrie Mae Omac | Meeca Stenson | Joanne Lizardo | Jonalyn Tago Sabicido | Marites

Clemente Arcilla | Rujee Yeerong | Pornthip Puangjampa | Amelia Ng | Bethany Lois Tagle Montalban | Jose Luis Calvetti

4 th ROW, (left to right):

Malony Limosa | Yanawut Tawinun | Pornsinee Sriwiset | Nicolle Moore | Tipsuda Kalarak | Somjin Panthong |Jaclyn

Michelle Spence | Maytinee Yamlamai | Mahzad Farahani | Nathan Michael Thompson | Aletta Johanna Van Der

Vyver | Daniel Michael Comely | William Patrick Lea | Maurizio Ghisleni | Thomas Emery | Argie Say Ao Baltaken

| Venetia Robinson | Prisca Agolla | Alexandra Leigh Bolze | Arunee Harnprakon | Li Xin | Sirintra Amanphong




FRONT ROW, (left to right): Boongmui | Fuji | Ana | Japan | Isabel | Preme

2 nd ROW (left to right): Teacher Myls | Teacher Pum | Lanna | Tul | Teacher Jiji

Absentees: new students ( Bei Bei, Alex, Bung, Preme (2), Tin, Megan, Jana, Nene)

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Panther | Guy | Quinnie | Yuki | Arnes | Dina | Nada | Ichi & Kaopan

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Gale | Ryu | lk | Gate | Anna | Jean | Boston | Lucky | Jayde

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Nok | Teacher Mercy | Teacher Joy | Teacher Jonah




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Pun | Lin Lin | Irene | Janis | Sea | Preem | Nara | Bella | Ocean

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Keane | Gun | Tee Tee | Timmy | Allexter | Kun | Leeong | Yindee

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Cecile | Assistant Teacher Christine | Assistant Teacher Jeane | Assistant Teacher



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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Kimmie | Meeproud | Natha | Sean | Titan Warat | Ernie | Harvey | Zenxen | Reina

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Joakim |Thina | Freya | Jida | Proud | Ah Fong | Titan Tan | Sky | Brighton

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Tess | Teacher Rujee | Teacher Veronica | Teacher Ann

ABSENTEES (if any): Ploen




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Jean | Jowa | Hayden | Jena | Elle | Wawa | Ming Ming | Yuri | Margie

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Chai | Xiao Long | Korn | Angie | Nami | Claire | Tal | Charlie | Khun

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Noemi | Teacher Mimi | Teacher Kendal | Teacher Som

ABSENTEES (if any): Papim | Jacob

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Vich | Pancake | Idea | Nana | Yuqi | Gorbua | Irene Ploen | Keeree

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Ongsan | Nam Jue | Mickey | Prompt | Java | Oliver | Oli | Duo Duo | Bhuping | Lucas

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Alexandra | Teacher Mam | Teacher Grace




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Namo | Nendo | Ginn | Note | Migate | Pleng | Bena | Byte | Baranii

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Tung Tung | Tommy | Tutor | Nate | Kawin | Kimtoong

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Jay | Teacher Nina | Teacher May | Teacher Rose

ABSENTEES: Harbour | Earn Earn

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Bella | Thee Thee | Austin | Alice | Bam Bam | DC | Prae | Meda | Munich

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Qiuying | Peach | Korya | Bangpon | Vin | Juk | Porsche | Purse | Pun | Ming Ming | Pepper

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Poy | Teacher Alex | Teacher Connie




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Plus | Leo | Smile | kanbeau | Chanon | Ryu | Deenie | Ang | Jeda

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Kin | Eva | Kun | Aim | Ai | Thew | Rene | Gail

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Mew | Teacher Abigail

ABSENTEES: Aki | Prize | Pooh

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Pippo | Todd | Miler | Noodee | Jade | Tiya | Pammy | Ray | MJ

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Incheon | David | Yang Yang | Seiya | Snow | Prim | Manting

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Somjin | Teacher Gretchen | Teak | Tempo | Marc | Sky | Teacher Venetia




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Punna | Ati | Quinni | Prim | Jeava | Yaya | Tara | Kevin | Mali

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Aiko | Yuki | Tam | Miu Miu | Yuan | Ooryuu | Jesse | Tyler

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Angie | Teacher Jang | Ryu | Tadd | Baron | Teacher Karen

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Noah | Hana | Rinya | Proud | Yok Taechin | Ren | Captain | Bryant

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Keith | Prompt | Jinny | Tun Tun | Grace | Jeana | Indy | Chitan

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Nitt | Hugo | Teacher Michael | Teacher Chien

ABSENTEES: Mungkorn | Pun Pun




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Danny | Panther | MC | Techou | Patty | Yadar | Pol | MJ | Marshall

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Doln | Valen | Jade | Terry | Ryu | Kitty | Liv | Zanzan | Pear | Cheya

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Bew | Teacher Tammy | Teacher Cherrie

ABSENTEES: Ing (Came third term)

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Meeruk | Latte | Jobs | Alize | Mungkorn | Posh | Brendan | Yuri | Pann

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Ting Ting | Aya | Liam | Triple | E’clair | Kelly | Eiryuu

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Cath | Margie | TK | Ray | Teacher Daniel

ABSENTEES (if any): Win




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Pete | Gunt | Patt | Nami | Tatar | Anya | Pei Pei | Poon | Khun

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Love | Austin | Idea | Nicha | Fayre | Ken | Por | Messi | Teacher Meeca

3 rd ROW (left to right):

A-Ya | Cheetah | Mike

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Miony | Peem | :D;D | Kanomping | Harper | Almond | Ally | Taam | Li-Tong

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Mon | Note | Jade | Porsche | Mattie | Bree

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Beth | Piano | Parpang | Ploysai | Rong Rong | Teacher Amber




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Mona | Gilbethan | Luna | Sand | Joya | Dino | Ai | Prin | Book

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Pang | Joyce | Tyler | Opal | Tham | Eiffel

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Jonalyn | Eclair | Nami | Miranda | Phasitt | Pun | Teacher Nicolle

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Joey | Ai Ai | Gabbe | Ing Ing | Japan | Milyne | Peak | Lily | Grace

2 nd ROW (left to right)

Chompoo | Pangrim | Prince | MaoMao |Baxi | Mark | Phine | Hongte |Runn | Claire

3 rd ROW (left to right)

Assistant Teacher Puk | Teacher Joe




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Mulan | Bungy | Monet | Nuna | Thanwa | Dou Dou |Pete.B | Dream | Ikkyu

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Nevie | Pete.P | Mei Mei | Claire | Phoenix | Nina | Alina

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Ivy | Suri | Navie | Shogoon | Marwin | Teacher Rachana

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Akin | Eve | Pupat | Lyn | Merry | Takhun | Ai | Fungfah | Bton

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Eds | House | Peem | Aii | Herbie | Penne’ | Chada | Milin | Thee | Teacher Jaclyn

ABSENTEES: Poon | Jeed | Yiy




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Maprang | A-tom | Changply | Reiya | Mike | Jaya | Yang | Toto | Charme

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Kate | Maxx | Toddy | Leeya | Pandin | Fay | Zern

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Lovely | Aob | Dongfang | Vivi | Wen-Ling | Assistant Teacher Joseph

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Pleum | Pebble | Tata | Sukjai | Khaimook | Proudvy | Katie | Mila | Alice

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Erma | Sanam | Naja | James | Jar | Rene | Kelly | Teacher Prisca

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Anchin | Tang Tang | Miley | Sophia




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Rin | Berry | Nana | Snow | Fah | Peak | Tontarn | Pun | Thames

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Joanne | Vicky | Godd | Ingfah | Kwan | Grace | Tanyong | Ari | Teacher Tom

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Ani | Enoch | Visa | Santa

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Mickey | Porsche | Romeo | Ava | Mile Mile | Jeeda | Proud | TK | Clathena

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Amelia | Tian | Pan | Ocean | Win | Margie | Duo Duo | JP | Teacher Emma Lou

3 rd ROW (left to right):

James | Bruno | Zen




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Eden | Aya | Mami | Chamanow | Grace | Posh | Bao Bao | Ella | Idea

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Corina | Chompoo | Toh | Pete | Aries | Munich | Emma | Teacher William

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Dou Dou | Phuenfah | Phoenix

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Grandae | Natacha | Enfant | Rin | Amp | Thee | Fahkram | Jayden | Dylan

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Belle | Rada | Rose | Luck-Yim | Sasa | MinMin | Love | Uno

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Iana | Teacher Alta

ABSENTEES: Ally | Maggie




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Ayrton | Ya-Ya | Cream | Blueprint | Arti | Thanwa | Helen | Lavie | Nubdao

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Jubilee | Changton | Ling-Ling | Lens | Aten | CJ | Gale | Luang | Teacher Ben

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Win Win | MJ | Ben | Pii

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Ma Hao Xun



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Aten Parit


Helen Lau












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Qi Chen


Posh Hoa














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Yan Ran Chen






























Yiding Jayden









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Talent Show



Talent Show

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Occupations Day

Children’s Day



Theme Fridays

In memory of His Majesty

King Bhumibol Adulyadej

We Give We Share



Friendly Spaces

Children’s Day

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Sports Day



K2 Graduation

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FRONT ROW, (left to right):

Zhou Jiangping (Chinese Learning Support Co-Ordinator) | Hao-Wei Yang (Howard) (Music i/c) | Hero Lee (Head of

Department, Maths) | David KM Waitzer (English & Social Study i/c) | Heng Puay Huang (Kristin) (Head of Department,

Outdoor Education) | Judith Hong Zhang Sathaporn (School Manager) | Garret Tan (Business Manager) | Panthip

Kolyanee (School Director) | Cecilia Ng (Principal, Primary) | Wilawan Kaewkanokvijit (School Board of Governors) | Kelvin

Koh (CEO, SISB Group) | Victor Giam (Head of School) | Jasmine Choong (Vice-Principal, Primary) | Irene Ng Siow Hui

(Head of Department, Science) | Zhong Xiaojing (Head of Department, Chinese) | Graham John O’ Donnell (Head of

Department, English) | Lemuel DE Jose Iglesias (Art i/c) | Kavitha D/O Subramaniam (English & Prefects) | Lilliana Vanessa

Rodrigues Martins (Physical Education / Health Education) | Supattra (Huay) Saptaseekarin (Head of Department, Thai)

2 nd ROW, (left to right):

Zhang Zhenjuan (Chinese) | Ivenne May Caparida (Science, P1 Peace) | Rowena Trinos Leanda (TA, P1 Hope) | Luo Huali

(Chinese) | Wang Lu (Chinese) | Julie Repollo (Joy) (TA, P2 Love) | Cleofe Palubos (TA, P1 Love) | Deng Yilin (Chinese) | Leong Wai

Yuen (Maths, P1 Joy) | Lee Wai Fong (English, P5 Joy) | Mary Ann Amparo Liorca (TA, P3 Faith) | Maria Margarita (TA, P3 Peace)

| Maureen Jaducan (TA, P1 Joy) | Rowena Abugho Manato (Weng) (TA, P1 Peace) | Teresita Cortez Lim (Computer Science, P3

Faith) | Ladawan Leungrungsap (Thai) | Maylina Pablo Maclang (Maya) (Counselor) | Tan Jun (Chinese) | Raechelle Ann Perico

Buctot (TA, P3 Hope) | Hazel Mariano (Science Lab) | Lorena Barranco (TA, P1 Faith) | Thanisa Vansuwan (Fah) (TA, P3 Joy)

3 rd ROW, (left to right):

Marist Fremel Corpuz (TA, P2 Joy) | Wu Yi Chen (Maths, P2 Faith) | Shen Bing (Chinese) | Serena Kim Ai Leng (Maths,

P3 Love) | Mananya Doungseeda (Em) (TA, P3 Love) | Warampa (Aeey) Wangsook (Music) | Sukveena Auipet (Thai) |

Jonas Sim Juan Ming (Maths, P1 Faith) | Kristen Ng-Kelly (Maths, P5 Love), Evelyn Toh Yee Ling (Science, P6 Hope),

Apiwan O’Donnel (Nurz) (TA, P2 Hope), Pinna Wattanakij (Nan) (TA, P2 Peace) | Patcharaporn Supattorn (Thai) | Nantiya

Luamsaitham (Thai) | Michelle Heng Mui Joo (Stellar Co-ord) | Yu Guangjuan (Chinese) | Jason King (Library i/c.) | Wang

Li (Chinese) | Chen Xiang (Chinese) | Chandrali Roy Chaudhary (Maths, P4 Joy) | Kanjana Leelalertsopon (PE TA)

4 th ROW, (left to right):

Tan Jun (Chinese) | Raymond Choong Chee Sing (English, Maths) | Inese Zvirgzdins (English, P1 Hope) | Wuttithep O-thavorn

(PE) | Christopher Bacon (English, P2 Hope) | John Patrick (English, P3 Hope) | Matthew Liu Heok Hon (Maths, P6 Peace) | Adam

Huffey (English, P3 Peace) | Michael David Wilson (Art) | David Hadden (English, P2 Love) | Xie Zhaoshang (Steve) (Maths, P4

Love) | Bruce Andrew Wood (English, P1 Love) | Winai Prongthong (Thai) | Peng Xianzhou (Chinese) | Meng Weichao (Chinese)

| Wish Thipsombat (Thai) | Francis Walmsley (Drama) | John Roy Sta Ana Ferriol (Com Sci) | Arioch Stephen Buyante (PE)




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Guitar | Poom T | Top Ten | Kin | Zaza | Kaow | Panpoun | Wei Wei | Earn | Pearl | Tee Tee | CK

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Mild | Peak | Cindy | Nahm | Ming | Lotto | Amy | Daniel | Jia Yi | Thomas | Mei Mei | Kenny | Thee | Pim

2 rd ROW (left to right):

Ming Ming | Annie | Shake | Mimie | Jam | Min Min | Meta | Honey may | Lisa | Jolin | Teacher Kavitha

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Tiggy | Lookchup | Ivy | Peak | Pear | Boeing | Latte | Kinn | Fen | Henry | Pon

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Pearly | Idea | Wawa | Title | Gua Gua | Eason | Gunner | Poomai | Minnie

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Lorena | Jerry | Mark | Gunnar | Boongkee | Mungkorn | Teacher. Jonas




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Ice | Nina | Ing Ing | Mei Mei | Prae | Lego | Newton | Benny | Tongzern | Pinn | Kanon

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Rowena Leanda | Tonnam | Winnie | Ivy | Pinky | PJ | Theo | Krin | MJ | Teacher Inese

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Ella | Keeno | C | Win

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Cherry, Love, Bowmook, Nemo, Maya, Grace, Memee, Fah, Rose, Mec

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Maureen | A-pe | Jean | I-Tim | Porsche | Frode | Pitt | Power | Luke | Teacher Leong Wai Yuen

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Matt | Dior | Jessica | Sincere | Yangkwan





FRONT ROW (left to right):

Toto | Lily | Pimmie | Somjai | Tigger | Tien Tien | Tiny | Dudu | Ella | Michelle | Paploy.

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Cleofe | Ni | Tas | Punn | Mokit | Mickey | Aoonjai

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Gene | Kao | Boom | Tyme | Taecher Bruce


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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Pepper | Sarah | Jinnie | Bao Bei | Jolie | Daiki | Kayaa | Timmy | Lita | Time Machine | Neo

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Ivenne | Peak | Namplao | Kita | Ken | Yang-Yang | Fuji | Vera | Mynie | Teacher Weng

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Peem | Hanna | Ness | Pai | Praline

ABSENTEES: Bune join the class in term 3




FRONT ROW (left to right):

O’neal | Keen | Ailsa | Oki | April | Looktarn | I’Oon | Click | Ice | Pai-Pai | Ming | Ting-Ting

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Lyda | Yong-Yong | Milliez | Ton-Kla | Nua | Monet | Preme | Rene | Tem | Mikkii | Jaguar | Guy | Teacher Yi-Chen


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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Oakley | Hero | Nile | Kanomjean | Pita | Tian Tian | Music | Lemay | Seang | Jeannie | Matrix | Wynn

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Nurze | Poon | Auto | Chaikiri | Brook | Plum | Butter | Matthew | Japun | Shayne | Ryu | Teacher Chris





FRONT ROW (left to right):

Stella | Jayva | Plan | Saipan | Keen | Prim | Nene N. | North | Pun | Nina | Get | CK | Kaj

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Marist | Nene P. | Ping | Didi | Foo | JJ | Pao | Wanjan | Mankit | Moji | Pro | Yuri | Teacher Michelle

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Thanya | Ana | Ying | Mathilde | Pran | Prode | First | Marc | Dodom | Yoyo | Joss | Jia Kang

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Assistant Teacher Joy | Angie | Khaopan | Meena | Wai Wai | Paopao | Namo | Leader | Teacher David H.

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Randa | Yok | Yong | Victor




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Keen | Proud | Fluke | Gorya | Senshi | Angie | Term | Nara | Ryan | Earth

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Xiaojing | Kade | Minnie | Pun Pun | Chaowan | Urng | Salmon | Icon | Trophy | Leo

3 rd ROW (left to right):

BaoBao | Thank | Punna | Hong | Ming-Ming | Teacher Nan

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Manie | Jaja | Lynn | Ploy | Yuko | Pei-Pei | Pun | JJ | Titan | Mark | Tada | Prom

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Mary-Ann | Teacher Teresita | Nanie | Mondia | Muk | Proud | Jao-Jao | Muang | Palm | Brabus |

Bank | Au-Au | Teacher Frank




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Sandra | Mumu | Khao-Tip | L-ly | Cha-aim | Viyana | Dora | Lala | Angel | Nene | Kylin | Jinny

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Ann | Phu | Win-Win | Poon | Ming | Evan | Vee | Chopin | Teacher John

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Matt | Orca | Simon | Mark

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Mewji | Fahsai | Pimchand | Ellie | Moji | Jedi | Taming | Dej | Anda | Bram | Korn

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Fah | Candy | Hayley | Sugarjang | Jenny | Claire | Mark | Harvey | BJ | Teacher Kristin

ABSENTEES: New student (Pai ) who joined in Term 3 not included in pic




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Earth | Vava | Proudy | Maple | Sand | Earn | Chris | Petch | Pk | Boss | Nacho | Jern

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Em | Tabby | Ary | Ree | Xio-Yoh | Rafael | Us | Jier | Batman | Targer | Teacher Kim

ABSENTEES: Jue (New student)

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Yuki | Sofia | Jean | Milan | Gene | Venace | Vim | Pi Pat | Henry | Ren | Wit

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Marge | Shisha | Magic | Fae | Kaylee | Jingshai | Bene | Leo | Wit | Teacher Adam





FRONT ROW (left to right):

Petch | Boom | Topten | Ton Nam | Namo | Prim | Monica | CC | Sydney | Jess

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Yhian | Jump | Rain | Wei Wei | Jia Yi | Praew | Aiko | Pemi

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Owen | Ex | Thomas | Mei Mei | Jelly | Jib | Teacher David

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Pan | Kin | Pin | Pearl | Jan | Mark | Todd | Wii | Macky | Poom | Mac | Titan

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Kinki | Wai | China | Doris | Aom | Proud | Sophie | Teacher Chandrali

3 rd ROW (left to right):

JK | Insee | Keang | Kong | Wei Wei




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Guaitar | Toni | Panpoun | Pleng | Vann | Earn | Pat | Zaza | Namo | Sumo | Philips

2 nd ROW (left to right)

Cotton | Chainer | CK | Joey | Kao | Bugatt | Jiji | Ray | Tee Tee | Teacher Steve

3 rd ROW (left to right)

Pong | Jeffrey | Power | Ultra

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Praew | Honey | Amy T | Mini | Ming | Ha | AJ | Ken | Gino | Fin

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Trisha | Kaow | Pailin | Le Le | Ping Ping | Maurice | Poom | Owen | Teacher Irene

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Prim | Amy S | Chaoping | Alex | Choo Choo

ABSENTEES: Minnie (New student)




FRONT ROW (left to right):

James | Puri | Sun | Bang | Earth | Joe | Quin | Meiji | Bouquet | Link | Tiny

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Lotte | Nari | Gene | Best | Louise | August | Namwarn | Punch | Yiran | Jenny | Jacky | Teacher Lee Wai Fong


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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Bitoey | Patty | Eclair | Seeyeon | Gabriel | Kenny | Pun | Ta | Tee

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Jeet | Built | Ming | Daniel | Jodh | Kaiser | Pat | Teacher Kristen Ng-Kelly

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Mild | Cha Cha | Eng | Jay Jay | Meepoo





FRONT ROW (left to right):

Alis | Rika | Ai | Nahm | Piano | Peak | Punn | Art | Putter | Kongsor

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Moji | Gemmie | Reggae | Natcha | Zin Zin | Lotto | Ken | Suki

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Grace | Mild | Amy | Reain | Tae Tae | Teacher Graham O’Donnell

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Ice | Kenn | Amula | Nobel | Wit | Jolin | Cindy | Marcus

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Vieng | Prewa | J | Win | Ichi | Teacher Evelyn

ABSENTEES: Jai Jai | Cookie




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Dean | Prim | Dee | Chelsea | Sydney | Honeymay | Ingfah | Pim | Tonrak

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Chris | Jeffrey | Thee | Athens | Shake | Mark | Shane | Teacher Hero

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Meta | Ryan | Austin

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Anna | Isabel | Pancake | Nana | Porjai | Eve | Lisa | Kai Wei | Eyow | PJ | Billy | Max

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Jia Tong | Min Min | Mimie | Tittle | Mud Mee | Pia | Devin | Chompoo | Teacher Kavitha

ABSENTEES: Jayne | Patrick




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Ployfa | Aimee | Ming-Ming | Ploy | Elle | Annie | Erwin | C.J. | Focus | Neo | Son | Third

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Principal Cecilia | Grace | View | Jai-Jai | Ary | Jam | Yang Yang | Singh | Wesley | Stefan | Teacher Matthew

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Kai Wei



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Ming Ming















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Billy Andina

I can safely say that I have spent much of my young life in SISB. I

mean...I have been in SISB since N2. To be exact, I have been here

for nine years. One thing about SISB is that I am allowed to be me. I

enjoy my company the best and no one bothers me-I go into my own

zone. In fact, for my whole school life, I have been say...a loner? It

takes a lot for someone to be a true friend of mine. Anyway, my first

day was utter rubbish. I did not know anyone, did not know what

anyone was saying and did almost everything alone. By the end of

the day, I felt like exploding. But then, during the second day, some

of my closest friends invited me to their ‘clan’. These friends included

Marcus, Paul and Neo. Until P1, they were in the same class as me.

I can still remember our ‘war’ with Pat’s ‘clan’. During P2, more of

my closest friends came, for example, when Chris’ mother, Isabel’s

mother and my mother met, they became instant friends, often going

out with each other, bringing their children along. My number one

soon came along; Max. Although it took us time to become best

friends, our teacher knew from the begining that we would be great

friends. During Primary Five, I met Dean and through some gestures

of his, I soon learnt what a loyal friend he can be.However, throughout

my whole life, there were three people who were almost always

in the same class as me: PJ, Pat and Jayne. PJ, my half friend -

half rival. Pat was someone I always had a cordial relationship with.

Jayne is one of my closest female friend. Most students will have

a hard time choosing a favourite teacher as they think all teachers

are out to torture them, but if I have to choose, it would be Teacher

Graham. During my school life, I’ve gotten awards, gotten rewards,

gotten into fights, gotten into accidents, made my own beliefs, got

stuff that was not meant for me accidentally and more. I’d say my

greatest achievement yet is getting first place ( I think) in the ISMC

competition two times in a row. I have also been best in ICT (which

is my favourite subject) and been in the Computer Club ever since

it started. And what is school without bullies, accidents, parties and

competitions. While most people might say my school life is average,

I’d say it is interesting and full of promises around the corner. I

hope my future will remain like this.

Anna Asavavimol

I have been in SISB since K1. Most of my friends from then are

still here to help me when I am down. I moved to the Pracha Uthit

campus after a few years of studying at Ekkamai. First day was all

tears and hugs. I cried every single day knowing that I would have

to stay in school for the whole day but now it is just a normal thing

in life. I still remember my first few teachers who taught me. Most

of them are still here teaching students who will eventually move

on to Primary Six. I also know a few more people who are in other

levels and classes. One of the activities I always look forward to in

this school is sports-namely Basketball. I play basketball with my

friends almost every week, we even had a “friendly match” with the

KIS school students but sadly, we lost. I want to say thank you to all

my teachers, friends and family for going on this adventure with me.

I truly hope that other students in SISB will also have the wonderful

time I have had.



Napasorn Tanthathoedtham

It has been nine years since my life has revolved around SISB. To

begin with,I was at the Ekkamai campus.Since then, I have come a

long way and met lots of new friends. I have to say that the good mis

of students have taught me alot about life. For me, Primary school

was slightly daunting at times because I have to juggle sports and

dance outside of school and my academics in SISB. In this time, the

school was supportive as I took part in events such as Thailand’s

Got Talent as it took up much of my life. To be honest, as much as

I enjoyed this challenge, I also missed my bunch of girl friends in

school. I know that they missed me too and still wanted the best for

me, for they would collect all my missed work. They also at times

tried to coach me about topics I was unsure about. As occupied as

I was, I have to admit that it would not have been entirely possible

without my family, friends and teachers.

Devin Kanya Tupper

Although I have only been in SISB for three years, I feel that it has

become my second home. I really enjoy being a student at SISB

because there is a good balance between work and play. We often

have activities such as ‘Kratong’ making during ‘Loy Kratong’ , participating

in the Spelling Bee Contest and ‘Step-Up Week’.

Step-Up Week was great as we got to experience secondary life,

first hand. I am really looking forward to going to Secondary. But I

will also be sad to leave primary and all of the good and bad memories

I had here. I would also like to thank all the teachers that helped

me to get where I am now.

Jomyuth Luangtana

I joined SISB ten years ago back when there were only a few hundred

students. I stayed in the Ekkamai campus and moved to Pracha

Utit campus. I have met many friends, some left but some are

still here. This school has good academics with core and non-core

subjects. There is Chinese, English,Maths,Thai and Science.

The teachers here teach effeciently and help me as much as they

can. My friends are really wonderful to play with and are really helpful

as well. When I was in Primary 4, the studies got more intense

but not as intense as it is in Primary 6 - the most important year

for Primary because I need to take IPSLE. Well, equipped with a

motivated class and dedicated teachers, I have been able to keep

up/ I also have joined a football competition, ISMC and ECAs. In my

opinion, the school is like a second home for me with people to take

care of me.

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Chong Yan-Tung

I joined SISB four years ago, in primary two. That was a long long,

really long time ago when I first experienced Thailand and its people.

When I was in Primary two, I made friends with everyone in my class

whom I remember dearly. In fact, most of them are walking along

side me everyday in my final year right now! Just like many others, I

have lost and gained many things from my school life, especially the

friendships I have created. They were the the pillars of my life, most

of whom have not left me. They have always achieved in cracking

me up. They are the people who have always filled my heart to the

brim with joy on the good and the bad days. Despite those good

times which happened in Primary Five and Six, I have felt left out

of place before, I also have been through many friendship issues

especially in Primary Five. But those bad memories are all forgotten

now. Now, having so many friends in SISB, why am I so dreading to

get back? Sometimes, I kick myself for thinking why I really wanted

to go back home in the past. I have an extreme amount of experience,

as countless as stars in the sky with my friends and teachers

for the times we have shared. Thank you, all my teachers who have

taught me, you have always tried to bring out my potential. Thank

you, Teacher Kavitha for the role of class monitress and for guiding

me to strive for my English and the fun times in class. Thank

you Teacher Matthew for helping me specially for my Mathematics.

Thank you, Teacher Evelyn for helping me in my Science. Thank

you WangLi for your patience in teaching me Chinese. Thank you

Mr. O’Donnel for making the fond memories of my Primary Four and

Five life. Thank you, lastly, my best friends, Anna Asavavimol, Lisa

Thaiprasert and Pancake Sathitamorntham. The best friends of my

life, who have made my primary school life an exciting one. Thinking

of my primary life about to end, I feel saddened by the fact that I will

be leaving SISB and leaving my best friends but “Good friends are

like stars, you don’t always see them but you know they are there”.

Nitchisa Ritprakongchao

I have been in SISB for about five years now. It has been a great

experince learning here. Since I’ve been in this school, my life has

changed alot.It was extremely challenging for me when I first came

to this school as I was in a Thai school earlier.I didn’t know about

English and Chinese. But time has flown by now and I have made

many incredible memories. SISB was a brilliant school. It has taught

me numerous things. It was wonderful to have spent some part of

my life here.Friends and teachers here are extremely loving and caring.They

will always be there for me when I am feeling down and

they will always pull me backup.I would like to thank everyone who

has been a part of my time here. I have gained many things in my

life especially the wonderful friendships and I still remember that first

moment on my first day when I stepped into this school, It feels like

it was just yesterday. I have to take this chance to also mention that

my involvement in figure skating took up much of my personal time.

However, I have won a handful of awards such as, ‘Thailand National

Championships 2017’. This would not have been achievable if I

did not have a supportive family and school. They looked out for me

when I was tired and made sure that they gave me all the strength I

needed. All of the above has just made my time in SISB absolutely

fruitful. Now, I’m graduating! I would like to thank T.O’Donnell, T.Kavi,T.

Matthew,T.Peng,T.Supattra and everyone for such a wonderful

and amazing experince in SISB.



Nannaphat Pornteparaks

Ten years of my life and I feel like time whizzes past me. SISB

has been wonderful school to have my life spent in. Recalling all

the trips and classes I’ve been in, I would like to say that they were

awesome. I had my best life in this school.Well, I still rememeber

that when I was in K2, I was forced to eat at least ten broccoli per

day as I did not like to eat vegetables then. All my N1-K2 teachers,

if I walk pass them they would not say a single thing as they do not

actually remember me anymore, except for my N2 teacher. Till this

day, she still remembers me and I’m very glad about that. Having

remarkable friends is one of the best parts of being in this school.

All my friends have been very helpful towards me. They help me

when I’m down and cheer for me when I do well. There was one

time when I fell during residential trip and got extremely emotional,

since my friends came and helped me get up and even carried me to

the nurse. T.Wang Li, T.Kavi, T.Matthew, T.Evelyn and T.Supattra

have helped me continuously for my exams. I would like to thank

them for being such helpful, loving and caring teachers. My other

teachers when I was in other levels have also helped me a lot, too.

Without all my teachers, I would not be standing on the stage, receiving

a certificate. I fully intend to repay them by receiving good

grades. I have joined four SISB music talent shows and received

a lot of certificates. With my love for music, I have also taken part

in various contests encompassing piano and singing and these involvements

have brought me as far as China. As glamourous as it

may sound, I was pulling double duty. Sadly, I even had to miss my

Primary Six class photo taking as I was away in the name of Art.

However, I know that my teachers and my friends missed me. My

classes, N1Joy, N2Love, K1Love, K2Joy and P1-6Love have been

magical and awesome. Their positive influence has made me fluent

in the languages of English, Chinese and Thai. I would also like to

thank my parents for bringing me to SISB and all my irreplaceable

teachers and friends. I am graduating this moment, but I will never

forget about my friends, teachers and most of all, this lovely and

memorable school, SISB.

Jia Tong Li

This place has been interesting for me ,and the best experience

I have had here are the field trips and residential trips. I recall so

many fond memories from those trips and they never fail to make

my day. Soon, I will leave this palce and go to secondary. I am looking

forward to all the friends that I hope to make ,good things and

bad things that may happen there to me. Who knows? Maybe some

may even change my goal and my life. I hope the Secondary will

also have great and well-planned field trips where I can make more


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Kaiwei Tieo

I have been in this school for about three and a half years. I joined

this school when I was Primary Two, I was in the class P2 Hope

where I met Fan Fan, one of my best friends. When I joined, my

English was not good at all, however, with the help of my teachers,

I managed to go to P3 Love. In P3 Love, me and my friends often

drew and did our homework together during snack and lunch time.

The year after that, I went to P4 Joy and that was when I started

playing basketball because of Ryan, my friend, who is in the school

basketball team. When I was in P5 Love, I met MudMee, one of my

best friends and we went to the P5 residential trip where we shared a

tent, many giggles and did many activities like climbing, tracking and

other more. In P6 Love, I got to travel to Rayong for yet another funpacked

residential trip. Here I learnt about topics close to my heart

and about nature, turtle conservations and many other initiatives that

Thailand does to preserve her wildlife. I will truly miss my times here

when I graduate.

Lalisa Thaiprasert

I have been in this school since Primary Four and I have to say SISB

is one colourful place where I have met many kinds of characters.

On my first day here, it was quite nerve-wracking and exciting. I’d

like to thank Cindy who was there for me on my first day. As the year

went by, I found myself with the greatest of friends. I am thankful for

having Pancake, Isabel, Anna, Jayne, Mimie, Nana, Chelsea and

Chompoo and many more mates that I can name. Without them,

my days here wouldn’t be as exciting, enjoyable and mischievous.

Primary 6, a year which I thought would never come by so fast, has

already did. My teachers, T.Kavi, T.Evelyn, T.Matthew, helped me

with my learning and preparation for IPSLE. In return, I want to get a

grade that would make me proud enough to move on with the year.

My stay in SISB was amazing, especially the events that came by

such as the basketball tournament, the residential trips, being a Prefect,

the fairs and shows. It makes me deeply sad that my primary

years will be over so soon, there are many things I still want to do,

but of course, my childish acts and schemes won’t come to an end

so soon. I know T.Kavi is nodding in agreement as she is reading

the last sentence.

Phakhawat Wannasirikul

I feel like the school has helped me grow since I was in Primary

Two. I have made alot of new friends such as my best friend, Billy.

The school is bigger than I expected, it has great facilities and great

teachers. I feel like the school has made me a better person from

the tremendous effort they put in my daily life. They also offer some

great ECAs such as table-tennis, swimming and chess which I have

been a part of and truly take advantage of. I look forward to moving

on to the next stage of my life and wish SISB all the best.



Natthanun Tonprasert

Six wonderful years of my life was spent in SISB Primary School, and

I do not regret any moment one bit. I have completed the base layer

of my life. With all the knowledge I have acquired, I am sure life will

be awesome after this. Being blessed with an endearing family and

amazing friends is all I could ever ask for. This school had brought

me much joy - with being a Prefect and everything that comes with it.

Thank you to all the teachers that have educated me. I look forward

to the new journeys that will soon unfold, both good and bad. “In the

end, you only regret the chances that you didn’t take” - Lewis Carroll

Kansinee Yangvanich

I have been in SISB for four years . These years have been absolutely

great! Before I joined in \at Primary Two, Term 3 , I have

been in Ekkamai campus for a few months for extra intensive classes

. SISB is a wonderful school, the teachers are all nice and kind.

They have taught me how to be responsible and independent. I have

also made many friends and they are all friendly. The studies have

gotten tougher and tougher every year but my parents , teachers

and friends have always tried their best to help me to get better

grades. The field trips and residential trips were some of the best

things I have experienced! I joined in many events in school such as

doing current Affairs Sharing during assembly in front of the whole

school and that was on behalfof the Prefectorial Board . I also went

to Sanarm Luang to give out 5000 boxes of food for the people who

were queuing up to get into the Grand Palace . Lastly, I would like

to thank all my teachers and friends for always being by my side .

Although this is my last year in SISB , I will remember every single

memory I made here.

Nat-Alan Khankham

Primary has been a fun experience and it is one that I definitely will

not forget. It was full of both good and bad memories. I am grateful

for having such good friends whom I won’t forget , Kai Wei , Ryan,Tyron,Fan

Fan. I would not want to change a thing throughout

the years in SISB.I would like to thank the teachers that have helped

me along my journey, thank you for giving me knowledge that would

come in handy in the future. Last of all I would like to thank my family

for supporting me and guiding me. Without my family, I would not

be where I am today. I will continue to make them proud. Although

school was hard and boring at some times , I enjoyed every bit of it.

I appologize for being mischeivious when I was young and I know I

have caused a lot of trouble but I do learn from my mistakes. I hope

to make many more friends and memories in Secondary.

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Phuttiteela Vanichayangkuranont

I have been in SISB for four years now. I have met many amazing

friends and teachers who have helped me along my years. Sometimes

friends hurt me, but after all, they make me learn from my

mistakes. I never thought that I am the best, I know there are people

in the school better than me. But unexpectedly, in Primary Four, I

pushed myself and got the top in Mathematics. I felt very grateful

for all the speed tests which I failed in Primary Three, that actually

made me work harder everyday. But the person who really made

me pass my tests, was my mother. In the car, everyday, she would

ask me sums over and over again until I answered them all correctly.

My father would cheer me up when I gave up and I adore my family.

Besides my academics, I always had an interest in dance especially

Ballet. This interest brought me to many involvements outside of

school such as, ‘CSTD Dance Competition Thailand’. Here, I competed

and even before I could realise it, I was walking home with

an armful of trophies. This meant that I had to go that extra mile to

juggle both my studies and personal interest. This would not have

been achievable if not for my supportive family and the goodness

of SISB appreciating the Arts as well. Thank you everyone who has

make a pivotal change in my life. “Difficult roads often lead to beautiful


Panitpicha Sathitamorntham

I have been in SISB for the past nine years. It has actually been nine

wonderful years. They say that time will past extremely fast when

you are having fun and indeed all these years in SISB did zoom past

really fast. It was just like riding a roller coaster and before I knew it,

it is all coming to an end - graduating from Primary School, finishing

Primary Six and moving on to Secondary. I came here when I was

in N2, when I still was a little child .Back then,I was of course really

small and I also remembered crying on my first day ever of school.

I do not even know why I cried back then but I guess I was pretty

timid. But now? I am not afraid of school anymore. Going to school

is fun,exciting and interesting! I get to meet my wonderful friends and

have everything I need to be contented. Primary School always has

events for us and keeps us well engaged. Sports Day, International

Week and Children’s day (which we won’t have in Secondary anymore)

are just a few examples. I always loved these events as we

could spend more time with our friends. We also celebrated many

festivals such Songkran and Chinese New Year.As you can see, I

truly enjoy being involved in physical activities and I got involved in

a musical performance with K-Bank Siam Pic- Ganesha titled, ‘Ni

Than Hing Hoi’. When I was preparing for this, I had to make sure

that my school work was not compromised. Therefore, I relied on

my trusty friends and teachers to always update me on what I was

missing in school and they did! I am truly blessed to be surrounded

by sincere people.This is actually no surprise as students here are

generally well-mannered and calm. Teachers here are also really involved

and I would like to thank every single one who has taught me.

I would also like to thank my family for always being there to support

and nuture me. Thank you all for these wonderful and incredible

moments. I will never regret learning here.



Tont Bhencha - Arporn

I have been a part of SISB for the last six years. Everything seems

like it just happened minutes ago. When I first joined the Ekkamai

campus, everyone seemed like strangers. I was quiet and withdrawn

until Captain, one of my friends invited me to play with him

and his mates. This led me to a brand new work. We share wonderful

moments together as friends. As time flew, I met new pals from

other classes. After two terms, we moved into another campus at

Pracha Uthit campus. I was amazed by how large the school was.

The hall was spacious and our classrooms were bigger. It seemed

like an Utopia for me. After a year, one of my best friends, Hut, left

the school. It was depressing to lose such a wonderful friend. Not

long after he left, I found my new best friend, Hunter. Hunter was a

wonderful friend. I finally moved into Primary Five Love after four

straight years of being in a Joy class. In Primary Six Love, I got to

be the class monitor which was a new and delightful role for me.

In my time in SISB, I have enjoyed various school events such as

International Week and my Chess ECA which I truly enjoy. Time is

indeed something you cannot turn back though it will not stop me

from wishing that I could go back and revisit my fond memories in

SISB. Thank you to my teachers, family and friends for always being

my pillar of strength.

Tanapat Pretanont

I have been studying in SISB for nine years- since Nursery Two to

be exact. Now I am finishing Primary Six. I have done many things in

my stint in SISB Primary. I recall fondly that once when I was in Primary

One, I actually got full scores for one of my Mathematics test.

In Primary Five, T.Lemuel , my Art teacher sent my drawing of cars,

bulidings and a train to a Polish competition, I was a finalist then he

let me enter Toyota Dream Car Contest in Primary Six as I like to

draw cars.Well its coming to an end of P6 and I’m leaving for another

school but I will look back to the time at SISB fondly.

Chompuunuth Rukkha-anankul

I joined this school five years ago. I moved in after some time at the

Ekkamai campus for a few months,it was quite fun there actually. I

started here in Primary Two Term 2. There were only seven of us in

the class Primary Two Hope but in the third term, more friends joined

in. In my later years in SISB, I joined many activities like the Digital

Art Club,Badminton and much more. As I learned hard throughout

the years, I make less mistakes in my work and projects these days.

I have also enjoyed the school’s library books very much. Though I

look forward to Secondary, I will always have a special place in my

heart for SISB Primary.

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Preeraruj Kittichaidamrong

Primary Six!Who knew that time flies so quickly? One moment, I feel

that yesterday was the day I first walked into the grounds of SISB,

and then,in the blink of an eye, here I am,putting on my graduation

gown, all ready to receive my certificate. Although I have been in

SISB for countless years, I can still vividly and fondly remember every

single memory I created in SISB, Even the one when I sobbed

and threw tantrums as my parents hauled me into the Nursery One

class, back in the cozy Ekkamai Campus. I have always kept these

memories in a special place in my heart. Mostly of which the touching

ones. Majority would regard Primary 6 as the most ginormous

leap from Primary 5, and it is a time of a nightmare, where you have

to keep your nose to the grindstone, doing onerous past-year papers-but

for me,it wasn’t. It was only a matter of how much weight

and pressure that you can bear. Deftly imagine your revisions and

homework as some sort of brick. If we are weak,and we do not have

perserverance,a single brick that we bear will immediatelyfall, flatten

and overpower us. But if we are ambitious and determined,a million

bricks that we bear will barely affect us at all.I am sincerely grateful

of T.Kavi, T. Matthew,T .Evelyn T.Wangli and my tutors for helping

and painstakingly teaching me throughout this academic year.

Moreover, I have to thank them for their patience and devotion. I

will try my very best to excel in my examinations in order to express

my gratitude. I am rather overwhelmed and elated about graduating,

but on the other hand, dissapointed that I will have to bid my peers

farewell as I would be leaving for Singapore to continue my journey

of learning. I truly hope that everyone in my class will pass their

examinations with flying colours. Last but not least, I would also like

to thank SISB once more for giving me a pleasant learning journey.

Boonyavee Uthaisang

I have enjoyed every minute of the eight years I have spent in this

wonderful school. From year to year this fantastic school with great

facilities and wonderful teachers has brought me new friends and

memories I will never forget. Along the years, I have learned lots

of things I never knew before until these teachers taught me. I also

learned basic foundation raging from how count one to ten to adding

, subtracting, multiplying and dividing many digits. English alphabets

, Chinese characters and Thai alphabets were also taught and

taught well. Even though I did not get very good grades, I would still

really want to thank my teachers, friends , parents for teaching me

and being very helpful. After all, I really enjoyed learning at SISB and

feel like it is my second home. I also enjoyed all the events I have

participated in such as swimming and gymnastics competitions.

Sometimes, my gymnastic competitions were held at a national level

in Thailand. One of these times, I actually came in fourth for Junior

Gymnastics. Though I was proud of my achievement, I also knew

that I had to come down from cloud nine quick as it was my iPSLE

year and studies matter a lot. Time flies by very fast and I feel that it

was just yesterday when I was still in Primary One. I am also graduating

soon. I would defitnitely miss all my teachers and especially

my dear friends. “True friends are never apart. Maybe in distance

but not in heart.”




Pobploy Trakarnvichit

I have stayed in SISB for the past four years and my memorable

moment was when I was in P6 Term One when we went to the residential

camp where we had kayaking, forest hike and helping the

turtles in the outdoors. It was very fun going there with Prim and

Sydney my best friends in SISB. We spent most of the time together

during the camp and we all shared the same room. During the night,

we had quality time together in the room with Pancake, Lisa, Ingfah,

Min Min, Chelsea and more girls. Lisa shared her ghost stories with

us in the night and tried to frighten us but we were laughing most of

the time.

Paranee Ariyasantichai

I’m graduating from Primary 6 and I’m feeling very happy to go to

the secondary school. I’ve been in SISB for the past nine years and

SISB has been my first and only school that I studied since Nursery

2. I remembered playing tag, sleeping in my old bed that the school

provided at Ekamai. It brought back tears of joy and sadness when I

recalled all old friends and classmates.

I want to thank all my teachers for providing me with the knowledge

that I learned from them. I want to thank T. Adrian, T. Karen, T.

Daniel, T. Emma and especially T. Jiji. I’d like to thank T. Hero, T.

Raymond and Ding laoshi as I had loads of fun learning with them

in my primary years.

Apisada Tananankul

I will be graduating from Primary 6 soon and I’m very happy and

excited to go to the secondary section. I’ve been in SISB for the past

five years and I’ve gained invaluable and uncountable experiences

and more importantly lots of good friends.

What I enjoyed most in SISB was the P5 residential camp when

we went to KhaoYai. I was in group 2 then. I liked rock climbing the

most. I recalled Lisa, Anna, Chompoo, Nana and I made it to the top.

I shared the same room with Pancake, Chompoo, Mimie, Ploy and

Grace and we had loads of fun at the lodge.

In P6, we went to Rayong and I enjoyed the kayaking.activity This

time I shared the room with Porjai and Ingfah and we had quality

time in Sydney’s room.

I would like to thank all my teachers for teaching me and and most

importantly my parents for sending me to such a good school like


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Athens Lawsopapilom

I came to SISB when I was in Primary 2. Now I’m graduating from

Primary 6. How fast time flies. My most memorable year was when I

was in Primary 5. It was the first residential camp that I got to sleep

with my friends for two nights. We learned a lot of things such as

camp craft, pitching the tent and balancing ourselves. The best part

was spending quality time with my friends together.

I’d like to thank Teacher Hero, my HRT for his patience and understanding

and to all the teachers who have taught me in one way or


Last but not least, I want to thank my mother for sending me to SISB

because she has made me very happy in SISB during my childhood


Thun Watanasr

I have stayed in SISB for the past seven years already. My most

memorable moment was when I was in Primary 1. I had a very nice

HRT whom I remember forever. He is none other than T. Daniel. He

gave me a Bank Dollar note with his face on it.

As I advanced over the years, I recalled going to the residential camp

for the first time while sleeping in the lodge in Primary 5 with my partner

Wit. Unfortunately he fell ill and I had to share the room with Billy.

I didn’t like rock climbing because I had a phobia for heights and I

almost had a heart attack when I reached the top! Nevertheless, I

was proud of my perseverance and achievement. think this school

is good and it is fun to learn in SISB.

I’d like to thank all my teachers who had taught me over the years.

Sunidhi Pruthikosit

I have been in SISB for the past six years and my most memorable

year was when I was in Primary 6 where I always enjoy learning.

I enjoyed the ICT lessons which were great and easy for me and I

was rewarded when I had completed my assignments. It was one

of my favourite subjects in my primary years. I want to thank all the

good teachers who have influenced me, but the list is endless.

Lastly, I want to thank my parents who have supported me relentlessly

for the past six years.



Wirathiti Chatiketu

Most of friends have known me to be extremely playful and naughty

since Primary 2 when I was admitted into the school. At that time, I

had only six friends. Time really flies and today I’m in Primary 6, my

final year in the primary school. It felt like just five minutes. My Maths

grades have not always fantastic, but now I’m full of determination to

get good grades in Maths. Thanks to T. Hero who made a difference

in my Maths score in Term 1 and 2. T. Supattra has been my favourite

teacher since Primary 2 when she was my TA. Since Primary 5,

residential camp has always been my favourite time to spend quality

time with my friends. During the P5 residential camp, I shared the

same tent with Fan Fan, my best friend since Primary 2. That night,

I couldn’t sleep because Fan Fan kept asking me to read books with

him (pretty awkward). In the end when we reached SISB, his mother

told me that he’s afraid of the dark.

Another one of my favourite moments was during the Primary 6 residential

camp when we had a pillow fight in my room. I think about

20 people were involved. Well, we had to stop because one of the

teachers caught us and that was the end of the party.

I would like to thank all the teachers who have taught me over the

years, for guiding me to be a better person. Last but not least, I’d like

to thank my parents and my family for the support they have given

me throughout the SISB journey.

Jae Won Yim

Time flies. With a blink of an eye, I have been with SISB from K2 to

P6. Through this long journey in SISB, I can remember the fun times

I had with my friends and teachers. I really had a lot of fun and I’m

going to miss them when I leave the primary section.

I love the residential camp where we had loads of fun and activities

and on the hill at night I saw the wonderful and beautiful stars in the


I would like to thank all the teachers who have been very patient

and understanding since K2. Lastly, I’d like to thank my parents who

have supported and stood by me throughout my primary years in

SISB. They have made my primary life an extraordinary one. Thank


Pakin Ruchadatid

I have stayed in SISB for the past three years and my most memorable

times are in all the residential and field trips where my friends

and I spend quality time together. I remember I was in the same

group as Athens and Ryan and we shared the same room adjacent

to the one where Mark, Tonrak and Jeffrey slept in. We often played

pranks on each other by knocking on the door of the rooms.

I also remember Tittle who stepped on the broken plank on the small

bridge and fell into the mud. We did a lot of research about nature in

all the trips. I’d like to thank T. Nan Nan, the first teacher I met and T.

Hero, T. Supattra and T. Frank and all the other HRTs for being patient

and helped me out when I was Primary 3 to Primary 6. Hence,

I’ve decided to continue my secondary education in SISB.

Last but not least, I’d like to thank my parents for sending me to this

school and to thank all my friends who had left the school like Puldy

, Fan Fan and others for helping me so many times even though

some of us may leave, our memories will never be lost!

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Kanyawan Wongcharoen

I have stayed in SISB for the past nine years since I was just two

years old. I joined SISB in N1 Term 3. My Nursery and Kindergarten

years were filled with friends who are still in the school and some

who have left. Those who have stayed include Prim (my best friend).

I still remember my NK teachers even until today. They were very

nice and treated me very kindly. I have enjoyed myself in Primary

school and I woud like to thank all my teachers and students, especially

T. Hero.

Meta Kiat-Arpadej

I have stayed in SISB for the past two years and my most memorable

time was when I was in P6. I remembered how my friends and I

stayed back after school to play football until 6:30 pm until the security

had to chase us away.

This school has taught me so many things and the subject that had

improved the most is English because I always failed in it and never

did well in it.

I remember fondly our P5 residential trip. I learned how to sleep without

the comforts of the air-conditioner and had a great experience

when I sleep in tents.

Last but not least I wanted to thank every teacher and my parents

who have always stayed by my side for all these two years.

Chairoj Paramacharoenro

I have stayed in SISB for the past three years and the most memorable

year was when I was in Primary 6. I remembered how my friends

and I stayed back until 6.30 pm to play football. The security guard

was very angry when we stayed that late.

I enjoyed the 3 days 2 nights residential trip in Rayong where we

learned how to pitch a tent and slept inside for the night. I slept with

Ryan and we were telling ghost stories into the wee hours of the




Phurin Tatiya-Apitham

In the years that I’ve been in SISB, I must say that I have improved a

lot in my subjects, such as English, Maths and Science. Comparing

my English from now to around four years ago, it was a big improvement.

I am now fluent in English and can do much better than before.

The person or teacher who made me improve is Teacher Ignez. She

helped me in Maths and helped my parents and I get around Singapore

by our own, she was the one who gave me the determination to

study hard for all subjects.

I also enjoyed my field trip and residential trips. I had a fun time and

got to know my friends better. I also have more experience of going

out with my friends and exploring the world. When I went to Bang

Pu for the field trip, I got to know more about nature with my friends.

Lastly, I want to thank all the teachers who have taught and supported

me and my parents as well. Because of them, I have the determination

to study hard and do well at my subjects.

Sirawan Patravutgul

My primary school journey at SISB has been very memorable. P6

has been a great academic year for me. I have learnt so many new

life lessons and gained much knowledge throughout this journey.

I’m graduating from Primary 6 soon and I’m feeling very happy to

be in the secondary school next year. I have had lots of memories

here even though this is my first year here. I remember playing tag,

having the class parties and sleepovers with my friends. It brought

back tears of joy and sadness when I recall old friends and classmates.

P6 has been a very memorable year. When I was in term

one when we went to the residential camp where we had kayaking,

forest hike and helping the turtles in the outdoor .I need to thank all

my friends : Pim, Prim, Ingfah, Honeymay, Sydney, Chelsea, Amula

and many others (too many to mention here). And also thank all my

teachers for providing me with the knowledge that I learned from

them. Lastly I would like to thank T.Hero for teaching me Math and

always putting effort into teaching and being the best homeroom

teacher, Teacher Evelyn for teaching me Science ,Teacher Wai fong

and Teacher Raymond for teaching me English, Teacher Supattra

,Teacher Frank, Teacher Lee, Teacher Howard, Yu laoshi, Teacher

Lem and all the other teachers that have taught me as I had loads of

fun learning with them in primary 6.

Noraphol Thakoolcharoenvit

I have stayed in SISB for 8 years and my most memorable year was

p6. I have had the honour to learn with the best teachers in P6.

I also enjoyed my lessons especially Chinese class. In Chinese class

Thee, Tonrak, Cindy and Honeymay would often make fun of teachers

and each other. Now that I’m moving up to secondary, I would

like to thank my teachers who have taught me from nursery to p6.

I’d also like to thank my parents for sending me to learn at SISB.

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Christopher Choo

I have completed my Primary School life. I still remember very clearly

my very first day of school, my teacher was Teacher Jonas. I was

so nervous and scared when Teacher Jonas introduced me to the

class. But soon, I felt happy because I have new friends. Over the

years, I have made many friends but have also lost a few.

I remember our first residential trip in primary 5. The anticipation of

staying away from the comfort of my home was both nerve-wracking

and exciting because it was a 3D2N stay. My primary 6 residential

trip is my favourite trip although it was just my 2nd trip.

Thank you Teacher Hero for teaching my favourite subject, Maths,

Teacher Raymond, you give me strength to improve in my English,

Wang Li Laoshi for your patience in teaching me Chinese and

Teacher Evelyn for believing in me and helping me to strengthen

my knowledge in Science. My heartfelt thanks also to all my other

teachers whom have taught me and have guided me throughout my

primary days.

Now, my fellow primary graduates, let us enjoy our final primary

days and embrace the new chapter of our lives that awaits us, our

Secondary milestones.

Ingfah Siriamornthep

I’m graduating from primary 6 and I’m very happy to be starting secondary

school next year. I’ve been studying in SISB for the past five

years and I have enjoyed my time here very much. My most memorable

year is P6. I remembered the P6 residential trip being very fascinating

to me since it was my first time kayaking. I also recalled my

friends telling ghost stories during the night which scared the life out

of me. On the first year that I came to SISB, my Maths score wasn’t

very good but with the help of all the teachers that have taught me I

have exceeded my expectations for all my subjects .

Lastly I would like to thank my parents, my friends and teachers from

Primary 2 to Primary 6 for teaching me and supporting me throughout

primary school. Without them I wouldn’t have completed primary

school and be who I am today. I would also want to give a special

thanks to T.Hero my homeroom teacher ,T.Suppattra ,T.Evelyn,T.

Raymond,T.Wai Fong, Peng laoshi,T.Howard, T.Frank and T.Lem.



Wannuwat Jitsuparp

I can’t believe I’m graduating now. I still can remember my time in

P.3 when I entered SISB. The time I spent in SISB was invaluable.

Both amazing and horrible memories soared through my mind while

I’m writing this. Friends and foes, happy and sad, all built up to an

unforgettable journey.

The life in SISB shaped who I am. It turned me into a better person.

It introduced me to the things I love. It gave me knowledge and it

gave me my friends

And for the four years that I have been studying here,I want to say

thank you to Mr. O’Donnel for teaching me and giving me an enjoyable

time. Thank you to T. Hero for being a great teacher. Thank

you to T.Supattra who taught me both academic knowledge and life

lessons. Thank you to T. Raymond who made me do this, which reminded

me of of all the happy memories in my past. Thank you to T.

Evelyn who taught me my favourite subject. I thank my friends Eddy,

Thee, Chris, Tonrak, Ryan, Chelsea, Austin, Athens, Meta, Mark,

Shane, Shake, Captain and all my friends for giving me a great time,

and lastly I thank you, my parents for always staying by my side.

Runrad Pathomsak

My primary school journey at SISB has been very memorable. P6

has been a great academic year for me. I have learnt so many new

life lessons and gained much knowledge throughout this journey.

My friends have been a big part of this journey. Some have left and

some have stayed throughout. I would like to mention some of my

closest friends, Mimie , Min min, Amula, Ingfah, Dee, Pim, Eve, Lisa,

Prim and Chelsea for always being by my side and making me laugh

all the time. The school residential trips were so fun , we went to Khaoyai

in P5 and Rayong in P6 . Rayong was definitely my favourite

trip, we went kayaking hiking and also camping! I enjoyed it so much

and I am also really happy that I could share the much enjoyed trip

with my friends. I’m sure that I would miss all these years in primary

school. I would like to specially thank my homeroom teacher Teacher

Hero, who has been an amazing homeroom and Maths teacher,

he always puts in effort into teaching and explaining the word problems

to me. I am so thankful to have him as my homeroom teacher

and I also appreciate everything he has done for myself and P6Joy. I

would also like to thank all the other teachers, T. Evelyn , T. Howard,

T. Supattra, T. Dee, T. Kavi, T. Graham, T. Raymond, T. Matthew,T.

Lee Wai Fong, Peng lao shi ,Wang Li lao shi, T. Lee Webster, T.

Lem and T. Frank for teaching me throughout my journey. I have

truly enjoyed every moment of it.

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Amal Ahmed Mahmood Bazara

I first joined SISB in Primary 5, Term 3. It was hard to catch up on

what they have learnt because the curriculum was different. Learning

Chinese for the first time was not that easy. It is hard to understand

the language that we do not speak regularly. The time has

flown by so fast and now I am in Primary Six. Primary Six has been

the most stressful year because we need to prepare for iPSLE. I will

try my best to achieve good scores in iPSLE to make my parents

happy and be proud of me because they spend a lot of time to teach

and provide for me.

I like the learning experience in SISB. I have improved a lot in my

English over the years. The friends in SISB are so kind, friendly and

funny. The saddest experience was when my best friend Punch and

Mod move to another school. I was so sad because I had no friends

but Cindy asked me to be friends with her and now we are best


Last but not least, I want to thank all the teachers who have taught

me in my short stay here. They were all lovely to be around and they

have strived to bring out the best in my studies and especially I want

to thank T. Matthew and T. Evelyn for being my homeroom teachers

over the past two years. They both have helped me in everything

and I am looking forwrd to the Secondary School life and I will miss

my time here for sure.

Pattriga Sae-Wang

I joined SISB since K2, Term 3. At first, I felt very depressed when I

first moved here because I could not catch up with my classmates.

My homeroom teacher and TA were very nice to me, they helped

me everytime that I need help. I am happy that I achieved being a

prefect. I have good times with my friends in the school. All of my

friends were very kind and very nice. Some of them are very funny

and always me laugh till I cry, I liked the Residential Trips the most.

Those few days I spent are truly memorable. In my Primary Six residential

trip, I actually got a reward for being a good camper. Lastly,I

would like to thank all of my teachers for putting in a lot of effort to

teach me and my friends.

Natcha Sirisakulthong

I joined SISB in Primary Six Term3. First day of my new school was

little bit cringy because I didn’t know and I have never taken a school

tour before. I managed to make two friends when my first day started

so - lucky me! My friends asked me for my name and they introduced

themselves as Amula and Cindy, respectively. So I guess

you already know who my good friends are. My first subject at SISB

is Chinese and I did not understand anything (even now), my Chinese

teacher is kind and helpful to me and I hope I will improve my

Chinese. I was confused why they call the classes Hope. like Joy,

Peace, Love instead of 6/1, 6/2, 6/3. Well, now I have grown used

to it. When it was my birthday, I decided to bring a birthday cake to

school, couple of my friends joined to eat my cake with me and other

class and teachers joined too. Overall of my experience was great!

I would like to thank all the subject teachers for teaching me even

though I am still very much a newbie.



Supanut Wiwatsomwong

I joined SISB in Primary Four, Term Four. My first friend was Ichi.

Ichi was kind and helped me with Chinese. My other friend was Prewa

as we both came from the same school. We have been friends

for about ten years now. The first day when she came to SISB, I

was quite shocked because I now had to continue seeing her. Wow!

What a big coincidence.

My favourite subjects are Science, Computer Science, Thai Studies

and PE. I have a really good time with these subjects. I want to thank

all the teachers who have taught me, especially for Teacher Evelyn

for taking care of me and being kind to me and my friends. Three

years have passed so fast but I feel llike it has only been two years.

Now in Primary Six, I have got many friends from another school and

different classes.

I love to have fun with my friends and teachers. I appreciate my

friends and teachers for helping me in many subjects. I have improved

my skills in every subject and have gained a lot of knowledge

from this school. I am looking forward to my Secondary School life.

Anawach Kootiratrakarn

I joined SISB in Primary Four, Term One. When I first came to this

school, I did not know what to do because of my poor English skills.

But my friends helped me improve my English so I got better in English

and now I know what to do.

My best friend is J. He is a good friend. He likes to buy food for his

friends and he likes to help me to do Chinese homework so that I can

get better in Chinese.

My favourite subjects are Thai, Social Studies and Chinese. The

reason that I like Thai is because of my teacher - her attitude is like

my Mother’s so I feel like I’m learning with my mother whenever she

is in class. I adore Social Studies as there are many activities to do

and the teachers are engaging.

Some of my best memories were made during my Residential Trip

when we went kayaking. The entire stint was so fun and hilarious.

People falling into the water and struggling to come on board. I will

always look back at SISB Primary with love in my heart.

Kasidet Wicharahattha

I joined SISB in K2. I faced some difficulties in adjusting to the new

environment. When I came in at K2, I had no friends but as the days

flew past, I grew more sociable and made many friends.

When I was in Primary Two, I needed to perform a dance modelled

after Oppa-Gangnam Style, I was beyond thrilled to do this. When

I was in Primary Five, I loved to play ‘Vanguard’ with Ice, Ichi and

more friends. I feel sad that I need to go to Secondary School. When

I was in Primary Six, my class welcomed three new students - Jai

Jai, Cookie and Sadayu. But earlier that year, we had also bid farewell

to three of our pals - Mod, Punch and Whiz. In Primary Six, I

won second place in Thai Poetry Writing. In addition, the Primary Six

Residential Trip to Rayong is also so memorable. However, when

we returned from Rayong, we needed to get ready for Cambridge

Checkpoint examinations. I have to say, that was pretty scary. However,

now that that is over, I have to get ready for iPSLE. Oh well,

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Premvit Tatchaitarin

I joined SISB in Primary Six, Term Three. First, I was a little bit

anxious but when I met my new friends and they were so kind and

helpful towards me. They fussed over me telling what subjects were

going to happen next, where my locker was. I was exceptionally

touched when my locker was not ready and my new classmate, J,

cleared out his locker and let me put his things in it. So far I feel like

I have achieved quite abit already. My English has improved and my

grammar and vocabulary seems somewhat stronger.

My achievements are improved my English skills. I have problem

in grammar and words and my Secondly, I also do Mathematics

equations easier these days and seem to be able to handle Chinese

pretty well. I do not know what mantras the teachers are using but it

sure has workded!

My most favourite teacher is Teacher Evelyn. She is my homeroom

teacher and she is so nurturing.

I li my learning experience in SISB. I think I have improved alot and

gained a lot of new knowledge from this school and have had a

wonderful time with good friends and teachers in these two months.

Veeruthai Apisaksirikul

I joined SISB when I was in Primary One though it was somewhere

in Term Three that I came over. I was nervous to face the new environment,

new friends and new way of learning. I came from an all

Thai school so I was not very good in English. I remembered the first

time my new friend came over and started a conversation with me.

She praised me saying that I have a potential for drawing. After she

said that, everybody ran to my table to look at my drawing. Soon

after, I started having more friends.

The first time I learnt Chinese, I could hardly string a sentence. Yes,

that is how poor my Chinese was. However, with the support of my

parents, teacher and friends, I was able to get 93 points for my first

Chinese exam. I was so elated and I want to thank all of my teachers

who supported me on top of my Chinese Teacher. In addtion to

my academics, I was also glad when I was chosen to be a Prefect.

Though I was hesitant at first, I soon accepted the role and have

contributed to the best of my ability.

Primary Six is the most stressful year for everyone. We must take an

iPSLE exam to gauge our potential and how well we have learned

from Primary One to Primary Six. Afterall, there are the fundamental

years. I am hoping to achieve good results for my parents and teachers.

I want to make them proud so I study really hard.

After graduation, I will leave this school to continue my Secondary

life in Singapore. I will remember these memories in SISB my entire




Kenndric Marcus Charupaisankit

When I first joined SISB, I was in Nursery 2. This was the only school

I have been in since I was three years old. My first friend in this

school was Winston but he has already moved schools. Since then, I

have seen many people come and go. I have to day I have managed

to make a few good friends. The best Residential Trip took place

when I was in Primary Six. My favourite activity was kayaking. In my

room, there were two beds but unfortunately Win took it and I had to

sleep with Ichi.

It was almost midnight and I went to Wit, J and Wesley’s room because

I got scared and Wit started to tell ghost stories and all of us

got scared. Little memories like these, though silly, are the ones that

will be forever etched in my heart. I look forward to making similar

memories in the future.

Sukrita Jutamattayangkul

I joined SISB in Nursery 2 after studying at KPIS for a year. My first

friend was a boy named Paul. We became best friends after a week.

He guided me through the years. When Primary Three came, he left

the school and the following year moved me to another class.

I am also very thankful to my teachers. They have helped me along

my path.

Now at Primary 6, I have to study hard for my exams. I am not taking

iPSLE but still want to do good. I improved by reading a lot of books

in the library. Now I am good in English and Science and average in

Math. My parents want me to do better, but I think I will do quite well

in my exams. I was very proud when I won the ‘Keep the Balloon

in the Air’ Challenge with my friends. This was actually an initiative

done by the Science teachers. It was a small award but I was proud.

I have experienced lots of memories in SISB and am happy to be

part of the community..

Zi Fang Michelle Chan

I joined SISB in K2 Joy. Everytime I reached school , I started crying.

When I got to class I would cry even louder so Teacher Lovely

would always calm me down and made me stop crying. Being more

grown up now, I realise that I have not thanked her for her patience

and I hope I will some day soon.

When I got in Primary One Joy, there were gracious teachers who

were mindful of me. My new friends and teachers always helped me

with my work and other troubles.

When I moved to Primary Six Hope, all my old friends either went to

different classes or left school. Since then I have made new friends

and we are pretty tight. All the teachers that have taught me have

never given up on me even if my grades are bad they still have hope

for me and when exam comes, I will do my best and try to make

them proud.

T. Evelyn, T. Kavi, T. Matthew and all the teachers that have taught

me - Thank you!

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Ramida Sittivong

I came to SISB when I was Primary Four. I came here because my

neighbours forced me to come here. I joined in Priamry Four Hope

which is a lovely class. But it was so comforting that I had at least

one friend from my old school. His name is Ice, We’ve been studying

together from preschool, which is the beginning of learning. We’ve

known each other for about ten years. My friend were so inclusivce

and we played so many gamed together during every other break.

Two years passed by. It was really fast. But this year is my last in Primary

and unfortunately lots of good friends are moving. Though iP-

SLE is around the corner and I am working hard, I am also reminded

from time to time that I will soon miss my friends very much. I mean

there was once when I actually took part in Language Week and

sang a Thai song with Titae, Jolin and Ichi. It was the best time ever.

I also managed to form my own little band named ‘Lovely Friendz’

with six people in it. Nobel, Jolin, Win, Ichi, Ice and myself. The

band was just as lovely as my band name is. I am so delighted that

I have spent some of my best years in SISB.

Sadayu Manityakul

I joined SISB just this academic year in Term Two. The school I was

previously in is known as ‘Vasant Valley School’ in India. I took time

getting used to the school and making friends. Here when I joined

Chinese CLS 1, I had to catch up with the work that all the children

had done long ago. First, when my friends talked to me I did not reply

them instead I nodded my head because I was nervous and it was

the first time being around a different crowd of people. When I was

absent from school, my teachers and friends would help me catch up

with work that was missed.

I have doen many things in Physical Education like basketball, badminton

etc. I really enjoy these days in SISB. Sometimes I have difficulties

doing Maths but all teachers I have are reliable like whenever

in doubt, they would never fail ti help me. I also have friends who

support me when I am in trouble and they are truly reliable. It feels

like time has deceived me and the year has gone past so quickly. I

shall miss all of my life in SISB Primary when I go up to Secondary




Wit Chungsawanant

I joined SISB in Primary Two, Term Three. I have struggled making

friends. I have lots of memories from this school especially in Primary

Six. Primary Six, Term Two, I went for a R esidential Trip at

Rayong. There were alot of activities and my favourite was kayaking.

I cannot possible express the joy I felt during that activity.

My Maths never improve it just get worst I’m not good at it at all. I

hope my math will get better one day. I have lots of friends.I know

that I have to do my best for all my subjects so as to improve and not

fall behind everyone else. My best friends are Kenndric and Marcus.

Kenndric has been my friend since Primary Three I really have good

times with them.

I just wan to say thank you to all the teachers who helped me I will

miss all of the teachers. People call me wombat but I still don’t know

why they call me that.

Wittawin Upariputtipong

I joined SISB in Primary Three, Term Two. The day before the

school opened, I could not sleep because I was so anxious and shy

about the next day. I woke up at four am in the morning and played

some video games. My first day, I had to reach the school around

6:45 am.

My special memory is going to the Resiential Trip mto Khao Yai.

There were many activities to do there. I bonded with my friends

during the trip. Before I entered this school, I could not speak Chinese

at all. But now, I can speak with Chinese people and have

reached HSK Level Three. I can achieve my goals and will improve

my future by using Chinese. My friends in this school are nice and

friendly. I play with my friends every day until 4 pm. On some days,

I do not want to go back home.

After these four years that I have spent with SISB, I will be leaving

this school and entering my new school. I have learnt about my weak

and strong subjects and am also confident that I will be able to tackle

them all.

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Kochanan Praisankul

I came to SISB when I was in Primary Two and I have since enjoyed

my time here. I have countless friends and my first ever friend was

Ployfa and stil remains one of my best friends. My friends are so

kind, loving and care about me very much. I now have a solid group

of best friends and they are Grace, MingMing, View, JaiJai, Ploy,

Ployfa and Ary. I really love spending time with them! When I first

came, I was very quiet and shy, my first Homeroom Teacher was

T.David M and my T.A was T. Rowena. They were very kind to me

over the years. Me and my friends have done many things together

over the years and have had so much laughs together. SISB has

taught me so much and I have to say that two of my favourite teachers

are T.Matthew and T.Supattra. I am very glad to move on to

SISB Secondary School.

Siriwan Atthasakulchai

I started studying in SISB in Primary Three. I joined mid - term and

managed to make a few best friends who were Punch, Vivi, Primmy.

We were very close and always played harmoniously. In Primary

Four and Five, I met Ploy, Grace, Jam we did everything together.

We stick to each other during rough times and also look out for each

other. My English has somewhat improved in SISB and I actually like

this school. It is like a home away from home.

Srinporn Arpornsilikul

My journey with SISB started when I joined in nursery at the Ekkami

campus. .I think that I really like this school and I get many experience

from many friends. I sometimes wonder if I should expose

myself to a change of environment but knowing myself and how

comfortable I have gotten with SISB, I dread to imagine adjusting

to something new. The community of staff, friends and teachers are

inspiring. I am glad to be graduating and I would like to take this time

to thank everyone for having faith in me.



Thon Harndurayaphan

I have been in this school for six to seven years now. My learning

journey in SISB has gone well and I have made many friends

for different backgrounds and also met many teachers from various

backgrounds. They do a fantastic job teaching us. However, I have

to say that being on the field playing soccer with my buddies is one

of my favourite things to do. Thank you everyone who has made a

difference in my life.

Thanida Hong

I have been in SISB for six years now. I have met so many colourful

characters and everyone has taught me somthing in some way.

My current class, Primary Six Peace is pretty dynamic with students

who over react to students who do not react at all when things happen

It can be quite a laugh at times. Though I look foward to moving

into Secondary School, I will always look back at my first six years

here fondly. I will also remain grateful to all the teachers and friends

I have met here.

Pawarit Maneeraanadamkirng

Ten years of my young life was spent in SISB. I have grown alot

and made many wonderful memories here. Learning here has been

a delight as I see myself growing up with lots of new knowledge.

Though I look forward to graduating and moving on to the next stage

of life, SISB Primary will always have a special place in my heart.

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Suwapat Laoromsap

I have been in this school for five years now. I have always been a

quiet kid and have remained that way - it is just what I am. Nevertheless,

I made a good friend, Sun who has since then left the school.

I did continue here and have gone on to make other remarkable

friends such as Singh. I enjoy the teachers and my time here. Besides

the learning, I am glad that SISB has allowed me to be the

quiet boy I am and yet expand my social circle.

Thanaporn kanokworakan

Hi! My name is Jam. I came to this school in Primary Five. I made a

close friend during my intensive lessons and when I came into campus

for full lessons, I met View and Ploy and we insstantly clicked!

. We do everything together, we play together, stay on each other’s

side even when we are stressed or sad. We will never leave or

forget each other. Though I have many delightful memories here

and of them is being chosen to be a Prefect, there are times where I

may have made a mistake or two. For that, I would like to say sorry

to anyone that I may have offended. On that note, a big thank you to

everyone who has helped me along the way.

Arinna Narula

My name is Ary and I have been in SISB since Primary One. I think

that SISB is a conducive place and I do not want to change anything

about it. M My favourite teachers are T. Matthew and T.Supattra

and I want them to stay in this school as long as they can possibly

stay. My best friends or rather my squad includes,Ming Ming, Aimee,Grace,Ploy

and View. We are totally looking forward to moving

onto Secondary School. I would like to thank everyone in SISB Primary

who have made my stay here enjoyable and fruitful.



Singh Sangfai

I moved to SISB in Primary Two. Since then, the school has provided

me with endless memories. I have made good friends and Son

is just one of the many I can name. I have learned alot and hope to

continue aspiring in the next stages of my life. I would like to thank

my famiy, friends and teachers for looking out for me.

Thannika Titirojjanawat

SISB has been a second home to me. The teachers are really firm

yet inspiring. I have also made a few friends who have treated me so

well. One of my highlights being in SISB is when I became a Prefect.

It was truly a honour. I honestly wish I do not have to grow up and

move on to Secondary School but I am sure I will be just fine. I would

like to take this time to say a big thank you to everyone who has

looked out for me in one way or the other.

Chanakarn Uasanguankul

SISB has been great to me. I have been here for a long time now

and in my past seven years of staying in SISB, I have had a lot of

happiness and sadness. A lot teachers who have taught me are all

very good and kind. They listen to my problems and they teach me

well enough for me to understand. Besides the core academics,

I enjoy subjects like Art as I can actually be my creative self. Thank

you SISB for making my journey here a memorable one.

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Veeraphat Wongsandee

My story with SISB started two years ago in 2015. I made many

friends in an instant. I am quite grateful for the teachers here as they

guide me and look out for me. Besides the academics, I also enjoy

my participation in school events where I play musical instruments. I

get a sense of achievement when I am allowed to show my passion

for music. Thank you to my family, friends and teachers for guiding


Wang Yi

I joined SISB in Primary Four, Term Two. I have since then made a

countless amount of friends who have all stayed by me though some

of them have moved to other schools. I look forward ot my days in

SISB as I feel that there is always something new to look forward

to and I enjoy attending the lessons here. Though at times, I tend

to get bored with say perhaps the lunch, I choose to be tolerant as

my role and training as a Prefect has taught me about patience and

graciousness. SISB is truly an entity that is well run by responsible

and caring adults who care about children’s education. I would like

to say a big thank you to all my teachers who have never given up

hope on me. I look forward to my next journey.

Korawan Chan

One of the main reasons why I adore SISB is because it is just not

about academics. It is a place that allows students to explore friendships

and retain them. I have taken part in ceremoies such as Wai

Kru which allows me to embrace my culture and beliefs. For that,

I remain grateful to SISB. Thank you to all the teachers who have

taught me and I wish SISB all the best.



Erwin Relin Fernando Reynold

I am really a big fan of SISB. I enjoy playing soccer with my friends

and above that I am really grateful for my teachers. As I move on to

the next stage of my life, I truly wish that I will make more memorable

memories like the ones I have made in SISB Primary. I would like to

take this time to thank all the teachers who have been tolerant to me

and tried to do their best for me. Thank you!

C.J. Soukhaseum

I have been with SISB for seven years now. I enjoy the lessons and

the times that I spend playing soccer with my friends. Thank you to

all the teachers who have taught me. I look forward to the next stage

in my life and wish SISB all the best.

Kao Wei Che

I have been in this school for quite some time now. I have to say that

for someonw who barely spoke English I can at least string proper

sentences now. In my time here, I have made many friends and

shared so many laughs with them. Thank you to all the teachers and

friends who have been mindful and sensitive towards me.

I wish SISB all the best as I move on to the next stage of my life.

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The Jungle Book

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The Jungle Book

End of Year

Celebration and Awards

Presentation Day



Graduation Day

Graduation Day

P5 Field Trip

ISMC 2017

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P6 Residential Trip

P1 Field Trip

P4 Field Trip

P2 Field Trip

P3 Residential Trip



P5 Residential Trip

Wai Khru

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Sports Day



China Culture

Centre Dramaland

Visit by Ateneo

de Manila Grade


Talent Show

Krathong Making

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FRONT ROW, (left to right):

Supaporn Maneesutham (Head of Department, Thai) | Marcus Lee Gosling (Head of Department, Humanities) | Kevin

Chee Seng Kao (Head of Department, English) | Fourier Ang (Head of Department, Maths) | Judith Hong Zhang Sathaporn

(School Manager) | Panthip Kolyanee (School Director) | Wilawan Kaewkanokvijit (School Board of Governors) | Kelvin

Koh (CEO, SISB Group) | Victor Giam (Head of School) | Willem van der Sluis (Principal, Secondary) | John Kurton (Vice-

Principal, Secondary | Sui Shuang (Head of Department, Chinese) | Jonathan Alvar Holmes (Curriculum Coordinator) |

Lee Webster (Head of Department, Technology Integration) | Stefan Yupongchai Larsen (Head of Department, Creative


2 nd ROW (left to right):

Chastine Gonzales Cardenas | Elizabeth Louise Phillips | Pawita Boonchoo | Anandhi Vivekanandan | Dan Chen | Zhen Yu

| Christopher Spiteri | Gaston Rings | Hearty Reynold Fernando | Ervin Lorinc Latincsics | Philippe Rene Courtine | Agnes

Lee | Mr.Garret | Elinor Ruth Kurton

3 rd ROW (left to right):

Karl Norman Coulby | Lester Kai Lin | Ilyas Afiq Bin Hasshim | Ronneth Hock Wai Yong | Charles Ronald Gittelson | Wayne

Antony Sharpe | Bose David Budhanakuzhiyil | Wen Chye Wong | Siriwan Sirimangkamlawanit | Michael Howard Hayes

| Stuart D Ashford

Absentees: Rajeev Sharma | Priscilla Yee Ling Tang




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Baipor | Shirley | Folk | Aaron | Por | Julie | Hui

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Vincent | Jonathan | Yu | Jeffrey

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Thee | Poom | Amanda | May | Jenna | Juju | Vanessa | Nammon | Maillin | Nikkei | Tony

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Yu Zhen | Mason | Famous | Earth | Andy | Best | Ping | Ping Ping | Sean | Teacher Fourier | Teacher Philippe




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Mild, Palmy, Vevi, Ing, Yao Yao, Rose, Miu Miu, Ing Ing, Gene, Ying

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Wayne | Prompt | BJ | Tensai | Job | Euro | TinTin | Namo | Ken | Max | Teacher Ilyas | Teacher Stefan

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Nean | Dada | Liz | Mary | Nate | Michelle | Mai | Pam | Tiara | Pearly | Hui | Melissa

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Pawita | Joey Chai | OJ | Jonathan | Joey Lui | Alex | Mic | Gabe | Teacher Lester | Teacher Bose




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Calvin | Praew | Ploy | Baipor Mic | April | Fah | Feng | Ball

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Ann | Kris | TT | Aut | Japan | Wiwat | Cris | Sun | Marc | Teacher Chastine

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Elvan | Fah | Jelly | Prin | Kaopoon | Nene | Jia Jia | Yumi | Tien

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Karl | Airbus | Petch | Art | David | Tawan | Charles | Time | Teacher Charles | Teacher Supaporn




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Wei Cheng | Folk | Peiling | Mamee | Julie | Pan Pan | Pud | En | Aaron | Por

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Kevin | Kamu | Ernest | Ming | Boom | Xin | Phoom | Teacher Lee | Teacher Daniel

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Miemee | Snow | Opal | Dorsa | Bella | Ying

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Gaston | Gino | Camcam | Toto | Boss | Teacher Ronneth | Teacher Dan




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Ken | Thing Thing | Mint | Nareena | Meiy Meiy | Jolie | Nim | Amy | Fon | Zi Zi | XY

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Hai | Art | Kim | Tien Tien | Poon | Yu | Plub | Rene | Teacher Elinor

ABSENTEES: Mr Rajeev | Mr Ervin

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Jonathan | Leila | Aileen | Pundao | Pat | Mee Mee | Jill | Julia | Judy | Jenice | Juang | Beam

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Hearty | Jeffrey | Tar | Kasin | Mick | Steven | Eugene | Alex | T.H. | Henzel | Nop | Sugus | Sea | Ethan |

Teacher Wen




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Trinath Saenchalerm (Book) | Athicha Kiatsiriwattana (Geegee) | Nattanun Thirasuntrakul (Nutty) | Nuttapath

Lohaphantakit (Seen) | Chitpanya Apisaksirikul (Eric) | Pongsak Sawattawong (Yong) | Kumpol Sae-Ma (Golf) |

Pakin Limkangwanmongkol (Kin)

2 nd ROW (left to right): Teacher Stuart | Teacher Marcus

ABSENTEES: Jennis Oprasert (Jennis) | Siravit Liuchanpattana (Sam) | Kunanon Naksomboonchai (Guitar)

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Note | Kimcheng | Noinae | Min | Kitty | Emiri | Piam | Ing | Louis | Sun

2 nd ROW (left to right):

Teacher Sui Shuang | Guan Yi | Super | L | Zhengkai | Chang | Egbert | Jay | Phoom | Ah Loong | Teacher Priscilla




FRONT ROW (left to right):

Vincent | Briana | Shirley | Carol | Abby | P

2 nd ROW (left to right):

TJ | Long Golf | Jimmy | Teacher Christopher

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FRONT ROW (left to right):

Arm | Pheam | Teacher Jonathan | Junior



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Punyathorn Pheamphimuk Phat

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Chitpanya Apisaksirikul (Erick)

Time sure flies during my stay here in SISB. I must admit that this

is the best school I have ever been in during my time as a student. I

would surely miss the times I have spent here with the lovely teachers

of SISB and my wonderful friends. I never wanted this day to

come but it is just a part of our life that we must accept and move on.

The strength in each school is just like what the Jungle Book said

“the strength of the wolf is the pack and the strength of the pack is

the wolf”, which truly represents the teamwork and efficiency represented

by the students here. I want everyone to know that SISB is a

place filled with warmth and care and the love that is in the air could

clearly be felt as you breathe your first breath in SISB. Thank you

for all the love you have given me, SISB, and with the love I have

received I would make sure to share it with others along my journey

into adulthood. So Lastly I would just want to thank everyone again

especially my parents.

Nattanun Thirasuntrakul (Nutty)

I really cannot believe that I’ve already been in SISB for 9 years.

Time just flies so fast! During those years, I have met many fantastic

friends as well as many unforgettable teachers. Without a doubt, I

have been taught countless valuable lessons during my time in this

splendid school. Unfortunately, everyone and everything is bound to

change as time goes on and I won’t be able to stay with my precious

friends forever. I can only move on, and that’s exactly what I shall do.

I will use the priceless knowledge and lessons that I have learnt to

strive forward. Nevertheless, I will never forget the good times that I

have had during my time in this school.

Trinath Saenchalerm (Book)

I have been in this school for about 2 years. It is quite a short period

of time but I have gained many things, not only good teachers but

also good friends. When I came to this school, I can speak only basic

English. With time, I have improved with help from my friends. They

taught me so many things that will be useful in my life. I also want to

thank my school for giving me good memories.

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Kumpol Sae-Ma (Golf)

I am really proud to be part of SISB. Before entering SISB, my education

level was very low but with all the support and love from my

teachers and friends, I succeeded and am able to join one of the

best universities of Thailand (Chulalongkorn university). SISB has

brought me a lot of happiness, and we are one big family in SISB.

Every teacher, staff and friend will be in the best part of my memory,

for all the love and support that they have given to me Thank you .

Kunanon Naksomboonchai (Guitar)

When I studied at SISB, I learnt many subjects in Year 8, and from

Year 10 to 11, I chose the subjects that interested me. I feel that

school is about the friends you make, and I have learnt many things

and made many good friends in SISB.

Nuttapath Lohaphantakit (Seen)

SISB is the place where knowledge meets friendship. I have been

studying in SISB for almost 8 years now and the time flies so fast. In

the past, the school was quite small so I got to know different year

group as well. Students at SISB are bounded by an unbreakable

friendship and teachers are kind and effective. SISB helps me in

maths, science and language skills. SISB not only teaches me academic

skills but they also help me to have a more social life. Lastly,

I would like to say “Thank you” to all my friends, teachers and staff

who supported and helped me during these years.



Pakin Limkangwanmongkol (Kin)

One of the main reasons why I enjoy being a part of the SISB community

is the excellent friends and teachers here. I have been in SISB for

4 years and my motivation to keep enjoying myself has never wavered.

This school has taught me what it feels like to develop strong and unforgettable

bonds with other people. From strangers to acquaintances and

from acquaintances to valuable friends. Together, we have conquered

many challenges and obstacles and strengthened the bond we call

friendship. In the end, all of us have taught one another a very important

lesson: to always remain resilient and never give up. Undeniably, this is

one of the many significant life experiences I shall never forget.

Pongsak Sawattawong (Yong)

Don’t let complexity stop you. Be activists. Take on the big inequities.

It will be one of the great experiences of your life. This is what I learnt

from SISB.

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Wisin Toh (Ah Loong)

My experience in SISB has been quite rough for the past 11 years.

However, thanks to that, I actually got the chance to learn from

my mistakes. Without SISB, I would never have met all my closest

friends. I feel very disappointed about the fact that we have to split

up and walk our own paths one day

I had fun with my studies.

Terawat Sinsudtipong (Sun)

Phonthita Sae-Li (Kitty)

Now we are here, at the final station. It has been 4 years since I started

in SISB, the place full of so many great memories that I can never

forget. I was from a Thai school, and transferring to an international

school was a big chanage for me. The atmosphere, curriculum, and

peers were overwhelming and unfamiliar. Of course, the path was

not sprinkled with rose petals. During Year 8, my grades were horrible

as I received F in my report cards. I had to admit that sometimes

I feel discouraged as I thought getting an A* was impossible. I begun

by imagining the impossible and ended by accomplishing the impossible.

I would like to thank all my teachers who have supported and

shaped me into the person I am today. Thanks to my friends who

stuck with me through up and down and stayed by my side all along.

Lastly, thank you, SISB, for enabling me to meet all these people.



Worapas Pruktipinyopap (Note)

After studying in this school for many years. I have faced many challenges

and regrets with my friends. And now, it’s time for everyone to

separate and follow their dreams. I will treasure all these precious memories

of mine and hope that we all can meet one another again someday.

I really enjoyed these past few years.

Paksupang Phetpanlop (Noinae)

I am beyond excited to dive into a new chapter of my life but, at the same

time, I am extremely nervous because SISB has been a very big part of

my life, for a really long time. During my time at SISB, I have bloomed

into the person I am today. Most importantly, I have met the best people

here, the ones who believed in me even when I don’t believe in myself.

From the teachers who not only lectured me but also taught me about

life and all of its glory, to friends who I know for a fact will be with me

along every step of the way long after this chapter closes. And I cannot

express enough how grateful and thankful I am to have these lovely

people by my side, through thick and thin. From day one until now, my

time in SISB has been filled with nothing but fond and genuine memories

that are mine to treasure, forever.

Egbert Panitsamai (Egbert)

Although I attended this school for only two years, I met different friends

and learnt many different things in the two years so I feel very enriched.

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Phatchara Mingmuangthai (L)

I have been in SISB for 6 years. There are a lot of good friends here. All

the teachers are kind and helpful. I feel that this school has given me a

lot of good and new experiences.

Sirasit Maneekobkulwong (Kimcheng)

Thank you SISB for the good times, memories, and allowing me to meet

a lot of good friends.

Joyful Adonrei Pablo Maclang (Joyful Adonrei)

Two years may seem like mere moments compared with an entire lifetime,

but these two years I spent at SISB have allowed me to make

memories that would stay for eternity. I was able to know new companions

who I’m sure will continue to be trustworthy friends for me in the

future. I was able to cultivate my athletic and social skills. I had a blast

in SISB. Although it saddens me that the class will split apart, I am more

JOYFUL for the memories we all shared.



Changcheng Ma (Chang Jiang)

I think the most important part of our life is spent at school. During

this period we learn almost all the good things that we should acquire.

School is the training ground for all virtues that make a good man. Here

we first learn how to live a disciplined life. We read together, we sit together

and we play together. I’ve gained lots of things that I never knew

from this school but now I have to move on to an even brighter future.

Thank you for everything, SISB and the teachers who had taught me

and also my friends!

Yi-Houng Lu (Louis)

It has been 12 years since I started in SISB. I have been a quiet person

since kindergarten and I was not active. As time passed, I started to

have more and more confidence to speak with my classmates. I had lots

of fun in school especially with the events that the school organises and

I hope there are more events in the future.

Supasuta Kowithananont (Sara)

I came to SISB having a D in Mathematics, a C in Chinese and a B for

all three Sciences. I got bullied for two years straight, and did not even

have one friend to eat lunch with. I faked diarrhoea to avoid two weeks

of class and, on other times, malinger to stay at the nurse room. I got

called to the principal’s office twice, almost even got suspended once.

But I got myself together and lifted my GPA to a 3.91. I will always

remember both the good and the bad experiences here at SISB. A big

thank you to the nurse who bore with my countless visits to the nurse

room. My friends will always have a special place deep in my heart,

and thank you for making so many ordinary moments, extraordinary.

Lastly, I would like thank all my teachers for always inspiring me, always

pushing me to my full potential and always guiding me to the light - my

compass rose.

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Emiri Hiraoka (Emiri)

I’ve been in SISB for 11 years and along the way, I came across many

people who came and left. This year is going to be tougher than before

because most of my friends are leaving. But It has been a long fun ride.

Kanitnuch Kerdted (Piam)

The school, as I often find myself referring to as “our school”, has undeniably

been one of the factors in shaping who I am today, since the day

I stepped into its grounds 11 years ago. SISB, and especially the many

I am fortunate enough to acquaint with over the years, have been with

me for a significant portion of my life. I can safely say that I have been

with the school as it has been with me. I have seen numerous changes

that SISB has underwent, the more fruitful ones and ones that are not so

ideal. Changes, either for the better or the worst, can be considered as

progress all the same, the only difference being the direction it is heading

towards. I am glad to be able to observe this progress first hand, a

front row seat I am ready to pass on to the next batch of students. I have

had my share of the pleasurable experiences the school had offered

me, and I am ready to move forward, to make use of what I have been

so generously given and make my mark on this world.

Jarinthorn Jeungsmarn (Ing)

Change is hard at first, messy at the middle and gorgeous at the end.

Hence, I believe that SISB is currently going through the middle stage.

Nothing good ever comes from the comfort zone and I truly understand

that, but change doesn’t always lead to a greener grass as many would

imagine. Over the years, SISB had rose to be a much larger and famous

school and at this point, it has become completely different from the one

I knew 10 years ago. As someone who has been here since the very beginning,

I feel proud and a little shaken by what the school has become.

I just have to understand that my time at SISB has run its course and

that it’s time for me to move on as well.

Nevertheless, SISB has shaped my whole childhood. It has introduced

such amazing friends and teachers to me and I am eternally grateful for

that. I have grown so much and it is all thanks to everything that SISB

has given me.



Kornchai Kitikongnopakorn (Guan-Yi)

It has been a very long ride. This place has been my second home and a

very cherishable memory that I will keep for the rest of my life. Throughout

my years in SISB, I have come across great friends and teachers,

many have been with me for a very long time. I am truly grateful for

everything they’ve done for me. All the times that we spent together

were all precious and perennial memories that will never be forgotten.

The environment has changed a lot since I came here and it seems to

me that the school will keep on improving for the many years to come. I

can see that the school would like to seek the best for us and provide us

with the best education. Although it feels quite sad to leave my second

home, change is what we all have to face someday. It’s unavoidable. I

hope the best for the school and to my classmates who will stay, good

luck and may the force be with you!!

Zhengkai Chen (Zhengkai)

It is my pleasure to study in SISB for 1 academic year. The thing that

impressed me the most is that all the students in our class are kind and

helpful. They are all good people. I would like to thank all the school staff

for providing a perfect study environment for us.

Phutadol Boontem (Super)

I enrolled into this school in 2008 and since then I have witnessed many

major changes to the school in many ways. Nine years have passed and

many teachers and students have left but I am still here. After this academic

year, I’m changing schools. I will miss all my friends (some whom

I have known since P2), as well as some teachers who have taught me

and helped me with my troubles. Good luck to everyone and farewell.

Pornphawit Asawaroekwisoot (Phoom)

I joined SISB in Primary 3. I came from a Thai school and I was scared

at first. I was afraid to talk to anyone. However, my friends welcomed

me and it instantly felt like home. All the good memories formed during

my time in the school will never be forgotten and this school will always

be my second home.

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Punyathorn Jeungsmarn (Arm)

It has been more than 10 years since I became an SISB student. Now,

at the end of this magnificent journey, I recall the memories with great

fondness. It is easy for me to remember the bitter moments, the heartaches

and the obstacles. It is yet more difficult to realise that those

things have only made me stronger. In this school, I have learnt to welcome

failures as successes in disguise.

Pheamphimuk Phuaphanprasert (Pheam)

My time at SISB was quite different from other students because I had

only one classmate during term 2 and term 3. However, it is not as boring

as anyone would expect. We share a lot of fun moments together

and I am quite happy with the environment there.

Phat Yasothorn (Junior)

I still remember the first day stepping into this school and failing all of

the entrance exams. It was a lesson learnt for me that SISB had a very

strong academic quality. Thus, I gave it a second try and got in with

pride. Frankly speaking, I was hoping that SISB would drill me to accomplish

my goal in becoming a doctor and the school did. Currently, I am

a medical student of the University of Nottingham and Srinakharinwirot

University. I would like to thank all teachers for giving it their best in

unleashing my fullest potential in the academic area and my friends for

sharing remarkable and memorable experiences.



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Battle of the Bands

Phantom of

the Opera



Phantom of the Opera

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Sports Day

Wai Khru



Wai Khru

Geography Field Trip

IA Chiang Mai

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Art Doodles

Abbey Art Mural

Y10 English Project




Loy Krathong

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Loy Krathong


Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year



15th Anniversary


15th Anniversary


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Merit Making

Australian Education Fair

Wai Khru

Personal Development



SISB CSR-English

Language Project

SISB CSR-English

Language Project

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Family Fun Fair

Family Fun Fair

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Open House

Open House




Falcon Gymnastics Championship 2017

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13 th Diamond Crown Jewel

Thai Language Competition



4 th CSTD Thailand

Grand Prix 2017

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Aunchitta Hirunprasertwut (P1J)

Thailand Creative Figure Skating Open



ISAA Under-9 football champions

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International Singapore

Maths Competition (ISMC)



Napasorn Tanthathoedtham

4 th CSTD Thailand Grand Prix 2017

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Narch Thanyanukul

10 th Mental Arithmetic National Olympiad 2017



Nitchisa Ritprakongchao (P6 Love)

Thailand National Figure Skating Championships

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Ta Tanakrit Sakkamjorn (P5 Love), Natcha Schnare (P5 Peace)

Sorn Thong Thai Classical Music Festival King’s Cup Competition



Tada Tangsunawan (P3 Faith), Kita Tangsunawan (P1 Peace)

Thailand Junior Ice Hockey League

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Tada Tangsunawan

Thailand Junior Rapid Chess Championship 2016)



Arisa Tanthathoedtham

Thailand National Junior Championships

Arisa Tanthathoedtham

14 th Singapore Open Gymnastics Championships

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World Scholars’ Cup



Shirley Losmithgul

South-east Asian Youth Leadership Programme 2017

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Top students


Arm Punyathorn Jeungsmarn (left) of Year 13 and Carol Liu Ziyi of Year

12 received the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, Thailand,

2015 and 2016. Arm scored a double award: Advanced-Subsidiary Level

English Language and Advanced-Subsidiary Level Geography (2016 June

Paper); while Carol bagged high achievement in IGCSE Chinese as a Second

Language in 2015 and top in IGCSE First Language Chinese in 2016.





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PU2 Construction



PU2 Construction

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True Corporation Public Co., Ltd.

Paolo Memorial Hospital

Rabbit’s Tale

APL Logistics Svcs (Thailand), Ltd.

Nancy Language Club

CP All Public Co.Ltd

Bangkok City Hotel

Baan Phaeo Hospital

Thai Outdoor Sport Co., Ltd.

Mr. Agg’s Gourmet Noodles

(Mr. Amornchai)

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel

Jasmine City Hotel

China Cultural Center

Royal Thai Police

Bankoku Shabu-Shabu

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