In September 2023, UWC Thailand played a pivotal role in hosting the UWC Outdoor Leaders Retreat, an event designed to unite outdoor education leaders from various UWC schools across Asia.
Explore the post highlighting the impact of UWC Day and the vital role of personal commitment in fostering sustainability for a brighter future.
UWC Thailand's transformative IB education and the IB Diploma Programme pave the way for students to gain admission to renowned universities worldwide. With opportunities such as the Davis United World Scholars Program and numerous scholarships through university partnerships, students are empowered to realise their full potential, making a difference in their communities and beyond
As an educator, I am dedicated to nurturing a love for the natural world in my students, encouraging them to recognise their inherent connection to nature and the world around them. Through my experiences and passion, I aim to inspire reverence for the environment, fostering responsible stewardship and conservation practises.
UWC Thailand takes great pride in celebrating the remarkable achievements of the Class of 2023. Their exceptional IB Diploma results have surpassed all expectations, and with acceptance to over 200 individual institutions across the globe, our graduates have set new milestones and expanded the frontiers of success for future generations.
Join us as we proudly celebrate and congratulate our exceptional 2023 graduates of UWC Thailand.
The Grade 11 students recently completed their IB "Group 4 Project," an integral part of the IB science program that emphasises collaboration among students from different science disciplines and fosters an appreciation for real-world scientific cooperation.
As we have seen through the COVID-19 pandemic, humans need several factors in order to be and feel well, particularly with their mental health. When we feel connected, have a shared sense of belonging, and are able to move and rest both our bodies and our minds, then we are setting ourselves up in a positive frame of mind...
At UWC Thailand we hold Mock exams in the first 2 weeks of February in Grade 12. They are designed to give students an opportunity to practise and prepare for the final exams and to get a sense of what to expect. Preparing for mock exams can be a challenging and intense experience, but it is also a valuable opportunity for students to improve their performance.
Songkran is the largest and most famous festival in Thailand, marking the start of the Thai New Year. While younger people may best know it for the large-scale water fights, it is also famous for traditional water blessing ceremonies.
Here in Primary School at UWC Thailand, mathematical learning often looks messy. At times, learning and teaching does not resemble how we might have been taught math previously. Yes, our students still learn their times tables; ultimately, however, at the initial data or memorization stage, the learning for our students has just begun.
Boarding at UWC Thailand offers students a unique opportunity to build interpersonal skills and relationships across cultures and backgrounds through a shared living experience. Boarding students live in shared rooms in the on-campus Boarding House and the off-campus villa, with roommates assigned in alignment with the value of deliberate diversity.
UWC Thailand is experiencing an exciting period of growth in the 2022/23 academic year. The school has welcomed more than 150 new students and staff members who, including their families, have grown our community to over 500 total community members.
Kindness comes in many shapes and forms ~ we know it when we experience it. The motto, “Good Heart, Balanced Mind, Healthy Body” has been a part of UWC Thailand’s identity from its very inception. With a “good heart” comes the value of kindness...
The ongoing development of AI provides all of us involved in education with a tremendous opportunity to be courageous in embracing new technologies; to be adventurous and transformative in how we use these tools; while being mindful of the dangers associated with them.
At UWC Thailand, the diversity of the student body plays a crucial role in the implementation of the TOK course. Our school community represents over 90 different nationalities, and every student comes from a unique background and context.
After several rounds of applications, videos, as well as statements, and wrapping up with final inspirational speeches for the Diploma Programme community, UWC Thailand is officially welcoming the new members of the Student Council (StuCo) 2024.
In January, Ge Wu, an American Canoe Association's (ACA) Level 3 Kayak Instructor, Trainer and Educator, delivered an Instructor Certification Workshop at UWC Thailand International School. This workshop was a significant milestone in the school's commitment to providing high-quality outdoor education to its students.
The opening of UWC Thailand's Outdoor Education Centre just over a year ago in Mai Khao was met with excitement by students, parents and staff alike. Located in northern Phuket, the Centre offers students the opportunity to experience an alternative to the traditional classroom setting.
The annual camping trips taken by the students are designed to give them a unique and enriching experience beyond learning in the classroom. These expeditions are carefully planned to provide opportunities for all students to learn new skills, challenge themselves, and develop a deeper appreciation for the natural world.