Mini-Olympics for Year 1,2,3 and 4 students
There was a lovely atmosphere for the mini-olympics event on Friday morning. All the children gave full effort in their races to earn...
Monday June 6th
Mini-Olympics for Years 5, 6 and 7
Our first athletics’ event demonstrated the students’ fitness, skill level in a friendly but competitive spirit. Everyone gave their full effort as every point gained went towards their team’s total. The events included sprint races, sprint hurdles and relays and...
Monday May 30th 2016
First-hand experiences enhance understanding and make learning real and relevant. This is why learning outside the classroom is at the core of our vision for Hua Hin International School. These experiences are also highly beneficial for personal, social and moral development. The photos from the visits and outings from last week give a glimpse of the...
Monday May 23rd 2016
As you will have seen, the next stage of our building expansion is well underway. The new two-storey building is being constructed to mirror our current building and in the first instance, will be primarily for our early years students. It will include a shaded outside play area.
The good news is that the construction is...
It is with great pleasure that I can now announce and welcome our newly recruited teachers from the UK, Paul and Hannah Manning Fox. As you may remember, Graham, Monica (Head of St Andrews, Samakee/Director of HHIS) and I travelled to London for recruitment and were quite overwhelmed by the high quality of the candidates that we interviewed. Amongst...
The students launched straight into their learning last week and are already immersed in their new topics. This was demonstrated by the Year 7 students when they reported back to last week’s assembly on all that they had experienced on the very first day of term about elements of the culture in India at the Shiva Ayurveda Clinic.
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