The Regent’s School aims to provide a secure and caring coeducational day and boarding environment in which students develop the self-discipline, skills and values necessary to realise their potential and make a positive contribution to society.
The School actively fosters academic excellence, respect for others’ opinion, international awareness, understanding of environmental issues, enjoyment of challenge, experience of leadership and commitment to the service of others
Curriculum & qualifications
Learning Support and English as an Additional Language (EAL)
Pre-school, Secondary, Primary, High school
Students follow an enhanced English National Curriculum programme, working in English. Students are entered for IGCSE examinations at the end of Year 11. Results are consistently above UK National averages. There is a very international and academically strong sixth form, studying the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in preparation for entry to leading universities world-wide.
Playground, Swimming Pool, Play Area, Design & Technology, Gymnasium, Auditorium, Science Labs, Library, ICT, Soccer Field, Music Room, School Shop
The Cultural Centre Campus, the Secondary School
The Regent’s School, Bangkok’s first campus was established in 1999. This campus is known as “The Cultural Centre Campus” which is located in a sheltered, attractive and accessible part of the city, near the Thailand Cultural Centre. Our secure campus, with classic European architecture and modern facilities, provides an excellent education for Secondary School students aged 11-18 from both the local and expatriate communities.
There are three specialist science laboratories, a large gymnasium-cum-auditorium, and three IT suites, one of which is situated in the Design Technology Department. At the centre of the campus is The Hub, the newest building, housing most of the Secondary academic departments and the Senior Library. At ground level there is a large and airy dining hall and also the arcaded Undercroft in which many student activities take place and where the Tuck Shop is found.
The Sports Facilities include playing field, basketball court and shaded swimming pool, all extensively used for clubs and activities as well as for PE teaching.
The Creative Arts Building is a valuable Regent’s School,Bangkok facility for art, music and drama, with an Ensemble Room, Dance Studio, Theatre, Recording Studio and music practice rooms, the Art and Design Technology Suites, Foyer and Gallery.
Each of the Girls’ and Boys’ Boarding Houses are situated at the Cultural Centre Campus. The Girls’ Boarding House caters for a maximum of 50 students in bedrooms equipped to accommodate 2 students per room. The Boys’ Boarding House caters for a maximum of 25 students in bedrooms equipped to accommodate 2-3 students per room. Each Boarding House has Common Rooms for both junior and senior students allowing for relaxation and activities. All students have access to WiFi.
The Rama 9 Campus, the Early Years & Primary School
The Rama 9 Campus was opened in August 2009 and is located one kilometre east of the Cultural Centre Campus on the same Pracha-Uthit Road, opposite the Cambodian Embassy. The second Bangkok Campus is situated on 16 Rais of land with many attractive facilities including a large swimming pool, basketball court and football pitch. There are two large school buildings; the first has been opened to cater for Early Years and Primary School students (2-11 years old). Classrooms are tastefully decorated, air conditioned, and well resourced with PCs and digital projectors. The whole building has WiFi internet connection. On the top floor there is a large auditorium with 1,000 seat capacity, which is concurrently used as a large indoor Sports Hall. Libraries and ICT laboratories, a modern refectory and rubber floored playing areas for the younger children are features in this building.
Currently there are some 600 pupils aged 2-18 studying at both of The Regent’s School, Bangkok’s Campuses, with a healthy mix of different nationalities in all year groups. All our teachers except for those teaching foreign languages are native English speakers, the vast majority being British.