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NEWS Patana

Friday 8th June 2018

Volume 20 Issue 33

Celebration

A SEASON OF

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A S E AS O N O F

Celebration Mick Smith, Secondary School Principal

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n my last newsletter of the year I always tend to think about our Graduating Class. After all they are unlikely to get a mention again! The last few weeks has been a time of tremendous stress followed by sudden and quite overwhelming inactivity, followed again by the build-up to Graduation. It’s just as well they’ve all headed off to Koh Samui now to rest and recuperate. In my last article a few weeks ago, I referred to our students taking to the IB dance floor for the last time as they completed their final examinations. This comes after an incredibly intense final few months of study for the very challenging Higher and Standard Levels that they have been studying. After that, quite disconcertingly for our students, everything stops and they literally have nothing to do, for the first time in two whole years. What tends to happen after a couple of days of sleeping in and enjoying the odd party or two, is that they do what they know best and come back to school! The noodle bar is literally awash with slightly surprised looking soon to be ex-students who really don’t know what to do and probably would be happy to be set some homework! It’s great to see the pressure lifted from their shoulders and witness the building sense of excitement as Graduation draws closer. Before that around twenty of our students had a further celebration when they were awarded their Duke of Edinburgh International Award at the highest level possible – Gold. This is a significant achievement and one that they can treasure their whole lives. There aren’t many people around the world who show the resilience, persistence and passion required to achieve Gold – even from amongst our wonderful Bangkok Patana students less than 20% of those that started Bronze back in Year 10 reached their goal. Those of us present to congratulate our students were also privileged to hear an

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inspirational speech by Khun Rerngsak Boonyavanichkul, better known as Victor, the first Thai person to climb Mount Everest. Victor spoke beautifully and in his own words, from his heart. The image he showed of him standing at the top of Everest proudly holding a picture of his personal source of inspiration King Rama IX and his recollection of what that meant to him, sent a ripple of raw emotion around the assembled students, parents and staff. I must admit to feeling a little dispirited at the thought of having to produce an attempt at inspiration myself, for my Graduation speech just three days later. As always, I waited until the last moment (late Friday evening) before I felt ready to write, ignoring my own Gradbook advice to Grad18: “Don’t mistake procrastination for deep thinking.” As always Graduation was wonderful, hopefully a perfect end to the Patana careers of our departing Year group and a genuine moment of pride and celebration for their families. I would like to thank and congratulate Helen Thew who organised Graduation for the 13th and final time before moving to her new position as Cross Campus Principal in August. Helen, along with Head of Year Tracey Barton, coordinated a huge group of colleagues from Business and Academic staff to make this day so special. Our Senior Delegates, Will, Benedicte, Saranya (Max), Joe, and Pirawat (Putt) represented their peers perfectly. Their speeches about family, friends, school, teachers and their hopes were moving and so eloquent as to make me shuffle anxiously in my chair as I always do knowing I have to follow them. Mr Mills, on a very special day for his family (son Jake’s Graduation), kept his own emotions in check to recount a beautiful poem ‘Wings and Roots’ by educator Gail Schoppert.

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IB Coordinator Andy Roff and Head of Year 13 Tracey Barton, offered their own heartfelt and sincere thanks and advice to our students and Grad18 themselves sang and played beautifully to accompany their own Graduation. They marched proudly across the stage to the delight of their parents as we listened to their future destinations and fondest memories of Patana read out by their tutors. This this year this included several references to noodles, to Residentials and sports teams, to great times in Primary and even to “the day that Mr Mills gave out pizza in Seniors!” My message to the students was simple in the end – though rather long as usual! First, think of your parents and be gentle with them. They are very proud but also fragile because you’re leaving. It’s not easy for them to accept you are adults now. Secondly take what you’ve learned here at Patana, as part of this community and apply it wherever you find yourselves until you make a positive difference to the world around you. As students, you have been fortunate. With that comes a responsibility to stand up for the values that we all believe in, to stand against injustice and intolerance, to shine your lights brightly around the world. The students themselves, as they always do, provided the inspiration for my closing remarks. They will join the other Patana Tigers around the world and begin to leave their own positive paw prints in their new communities. Enjoy the last couple of weeks of term and then, hopefully share some extended family time over the summer break. Mick Smith Principal, Secondary School See the Graduating Class of 2018’s University Offers here

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WINGS & ROOTS – BY GAIL SCHOPPERT We thought we couldn’t give them roots We gave them wings. The things that nurture children Can be named, Although they are not the same in every home. When you choose to roam outside your native land And you have children Be prepared to have them grow up special And to grow up quick. They learn the trick of being with adults, And how to make friends fast, But not to make fast friends. When friendship ends, Each time a parent is transferred It is hard to trust. Just nothing seems to last. But overseas The family grows close, Depending on each other. But where are Grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins? They are cast in distant, parttime roles. Some souls that should influence growing minds Are far away. And so the home And so the school Must fill the lives and set the rules. It would be good If we could slow our children down. They move so fast, Becoming mature so soon. Here is a word of hope; We have raised three children overseas. And I am proud of all the many things They’ve done because we gave them wings And what I thought was a minus really was a plus: They had to find their roots in us.

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YEAR 2 SCIENCE WEEK

ROOF TOP LEARNING SPACE OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

Alexander (Coke) Smith, Environmental Systems and Societies Coordinator, Secondary School

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ast week, Secondary Science hosted our entire Year 2 cohort to be the first students to officially use the brand new Roof Top Learning Space. By all indications, our little scientists thoroughly enjoyed their experiences on top of the Science Center! The Roof Top Learning Space is a new feature in the Science Center and is primarily designed as a place to learn about plants and their propagation. This fully outfitted roof top classroom has space and equipment for over twenty students and has three shade houses to grow our students’ plants. We envisage our Secondary students and staff using the space for many projects ranging from IB Internal Assessments and plant propagation to Extended Essay research, as well as being a place to grow the plants that we regularly need for our curriculum for many Year groups.

During their first visit, our Year 2s learned how to plant seeds in soil, techniques in vegetative propagation and repotting plants. The fruits of their labour will be grown in our shade houses that are fully outfitted with drip and mist irrigation. We are very excited about this new space and would love to welcome you to visit and see how it works. We would very much like to aid teachers in seeing how it might fit in to their curricula as well. Come on up to the Science Roof Top Learning Space!

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YEAR 2 SPONSORED LEARNING FOR ‘SCIENCE WEEK’ Michelle Brinn, Assistant Leader of Learning, Year 2

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s well as visiting the Rooftop Learning Space, Year 2 visited many other learning areas in Secondary as part of their Science Week, themed “Electricity Light and Sound”. Thanks to the amazing support of Secondary teachers and students, Year 2 children were able to visit different faculties to investigate a range of learning questions focusing on the properties of electricity, light and sound and exploring how humans use these to their advantage. First, Year 2 visited the Outdoor Classroom where they used their knowledge of plant growth to explain why plants grew in some areas of the garden but not in others. They also examined the pond life and considered how humans use light to create interesting photographic images. Next, they went to Secondary Science to experience first-hand the ‘attractive’ power of static electricity. Whilst there, they were amazed to learn that light travels in straight lines. These incredible experiences were just not enough for our Year 2 students and they demanded more. Luckily, the Secondary Drama and Music Departments were on hand to help. In the Music Department, the children were fascinated by the beauty of vibrating strings, lips, reeds and voice boxes, when used by talented students to create wonderful music and were entranced by the mystery and power of storytelling through shadow. After these incredible learning experiences Year 2, were enthused. They returned to their classes to create puppets and instruments of their own using these and their ICT skills to produce their own music and shadow plays. Being globally minded and responsible citizens, the children of Year 2 wanted to share their incredible opportunities and used their learning to help support the learning of others. They asked parents to sponsor their Science Week activities and invited them to come in to school to do some learning of their own. The parents happily co-operated with their children to complete a Science Learning Trail and in the process raised over 172,000 Baht to help stateless children in Sangkhlaburi supported by The Children of the Forest Foundation. The money raised will be used to support a classroom for a whole term, paying for a teacher, classroom materials and transportation. Well done Year 2!

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Long Service AWARDS

We would like to recognise and congratulate the following members of staff on their long service 10-year milestone. We sincerely appreciate their hard work and efforts to the school and thank them for their years of dedicated service to the Bangkok Patana community.

Mr Richard Bebbington Primary Teacher

Mr Chatchawong Jitnawong Software Programmer

Mrs Chatkamol Phongsri Secondary Smoothie Bar

Ms Rangsima Boonrit Food Services Coordinator

Ms Stephanie Lethlean Primary Counsellor

Mr David Brettell Head of Computing, Secondary

Mr Matthew Mills Head of School

Mr Riti Soonthornsingh Secondary Thai Language and Culture Coordinator

Ms Pundaree Chaodong Primary Teaching Assistant

Mr Mana Nualdee Electrical Supervisor

Ms Pornpimon Charoenaksornkul Primary Teaching Assistant

Mrs Yannapapha Pachu Secondary Smoothie Bar

Mrs Lorraine Illing Primary Teacher

Mrs Sopit Phaiboolkulkitti Accountant

Mrs Suriya Sudsakorn Housekeeper Mr Samai Vapa Gardener Ms Rojana Wampacha Housekeeper

In next week’s Patana News : 15-year Long Service Awards 6

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KEY STAGE 3 Design And Technology

Richard Smith, Head of Design and Technology, Secondary School

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n Design and Technology (D+T), Key Stage 3 students are busy finishing their Term 3 projects. Our aim recently has been to improve the alignment of IB with Key Stage 3. The goal at the start of this year was to use more IB language and concepts in the Key Stage 3 curriculum. Below are the Term 3 Key Stage 3 Modules that we are currently delivering. YEAR 7 AND YEAR 8: “Iconic Design Modules” introduce students to the concept of classic and retro design and the understanding that design styles share global influence. YEAR 9: Iterative Design and CAD/CAM. A design challenge that introduces students to the concept of iterative design and testing through low and high fidelity prototypes. Students design a product through modelling, testing and evaluating and the final fully resolved outcome is then generated using CAD/CAM. Iterative Design is currently at the forefront of D+T in UK schools and is integral to IGCSE and IB IA coursework and good design practice. The photographs show Year 7 students who are working on a design and make assignment based on the iconic Design Group Memphis and are manufacturing clocks. At Year 7, our program of study has a focus on “Shaping materials through subtractive processes” with an emphasis on woods (as a sustainable material), 2D sketching, 2D CAD and CAD/CAM (Design for manufacture). In Term 3, students combine all skills covered with a design and make assignment based on the iconic Design Group Memphis. 08/06/2018

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CATS CORNER

Tania Leyland, Youth Club and Community Services Coordinator

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his week I have had the pleasure of listening to the student CAT leaders deliver their annual presentations. The purpose of the presentation is to celebrate success, reflect on things that maybe did not quite go to plan and put forward the teams proposals for the coming academic years activities. The first presentation was from a new team who want to raise awareness of, and take action on, the growing list of animal and bird life that are close to extinction. Noahs Ark have decided to focus on the spoon-billed sandpiper this year, a bird whose endangered habitat is very close to us here at Bangkok Patana School.

One of our longest running CATs with a strong student following and a tradition of tackling some of the more controversial global issues is Amnesty. Their upcoming campaign is one that is close to many students hearts as it often affects peers from their own generation.

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It has been great to see our young people making very clear links between the global issues that they want to address and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. I am really impressed with the way that each teams objective is linked to our Bangkok Patana Guiding Statement Values with an appreciation of how academic learning can be used in the problem solving process. One team that is directly connected to our Patana Values is LETS - Lets Erase the Stigma. They have made a huge contribution to the Key Stage 3 pastoral programme and have big plans for further breaking down the stigma of mental health issues.

NEXT WEEK WE WILL TAKE A LOOK AT SPECTRUM, WORLD FOOD PROJECT AND HUB SAIDEK.

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Suyash Kothari, Year 12

CAN WE USE PHYSICS TO UNDERSTAND THE ‘YANNY OR LAUREL’ PHENOMENON?

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uch like the Blue or Gold Dress photograph that went around in 2015, ‘Yanny or Laurel’ has caused a lot of debate between friends and family. Although it was revealed that the sound clip was initially intended to be Laurel (sorry, team Yanny!) everyone is – in a way – correct.

Figure 1: A visualisation of the Yanny / Laurel sound file using Audacity Sound recordings are typically composed of a superposition (addition of sound waves due to interference) of many different individual sound waves, each of which have many different frequencies within them. The specific Yanny / Laurel sound wave above, however, has an abnormally large amount of high frequencies. This is because the audio recording itself is of a bad quality and is probably a recording of a recording. Initial playbacks of the sound may have been amplified past what a speaker or another piece of hardware was designed for.

Figure 2: A diagram showing how distortion works Figure 3: A simple wave and its frequency As shown by Figure 2, this causes distortion and makes the curvatures of the sound wave more box-like. In sound waves that are less distorted by faulty hardware or other causes, there tend to be fewer harmonics (frequencies of multiples of that of the original sound) present. If we simplify the original sound wave to be a simple wave (as shown in Figure 3), we can imagine how there would be a small number of frequencies (or a single frequency as in the simplified diagram). If we consider a square wave (Figure 4, representing an extreme case of distortion) there are many more frequencies. Un10

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fortunately, you’ll have to take my word for how we can know this (for now) because the actual analysis of waves and their frequency domains using the mathematical Fourier Series is interesting enough to have its own article.

Figure 4: A square wave and its frequencies Relating this back to Yanny and Laurel, ‘Yanny’ is of a higher frequency than Laurel – which is intuitive if we compare the two words: the elongated ‘a’ (particularly with its American pronunciation) has a higher frequency than the lower-pitched ‘au’ from Laurel. As distorted waves have higher frequencies, this explains why many people hear ‘Yanny’ instead of the original ‘Laurel’. Despite this, many people also hear ‘Laurel’. This could be due to the device you use to hear the sound, as some devices emphasise lower frequencies more than others. Additionally, older people tend to have a reduced range of hearing. The standard range is from 20Hz – 20,000Hz, but in general only people in their teens or younger can hear all the way up to 20,000Hz. On average, people above the age of 40 can’t hear waves whose frequency is above 15,000Hz for example. Personally, I can only hear frequencies up to 18,000Hz – at 17! This is the fundamental reason why there is a huge disparity in what people hear. To test this for yourself, I recommend listening to the recording after changing its frequency using a tool created by the New York Times. Another factor in the Yanny or Laurel distinction is that the clip itself has a considerable amount of background noise, making it more difficult for our brains to decide what it ought to be hearing. The fundamental thing about Bistable Illusions (things that are easy to perceive in two ways) like this, is that there is some aspect of it that is ambiguous. The pattern of frequencies found in ‘L’ and ‘R’ sounds of Laurel are similar to that in Yanny. Coupled with the bad quality, this allows our brains to improvise and account for the ambiguity – even if we think we’re sure we’re only hearing Yanny or Laurel, our brains actually aren’t. What’s more is that our brains may have been tricked into thinking that the sound must be either Yanny or Laurel. In a viral poll that went around on Twitter, both of the words were given as the only two options for what it could be. According to neuroscientist Tyler Perrachione from Boston University, a lot of it is to do with our “expectations and what we’ve heard before”. Seeing visual options and hearing about the phenomenon from others makes us subconsciously compelled to choose between the two, when you could argue that the clip doesn’t sound like either Yanny or Laurel. It’s interesting how the things we perceive using our senses aren’t as clear-cut and objective as we may think. Although ‘Yanny or Laurel’ is pretty trivial in the grand scheme of things, it does remind us that our systems of understanding the world around us have their limitations.

NEXT WEEK’S QUESTION: HOW DOES TOUCHSCREEN TECHNOLOGY WORK? Bibliography

Figures 2 and 3 were created by Griffin Brown (Heroic Academy) https://heroic.academy/definitive-guide-to-distortion/ http://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/test-how-old-are-your-ears/ https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/05/yanny-laurel-hear-sound-audio-explained-science-spd/ https://www.vox.com/2018/5/16/17358774/yanny-laurel-explained https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/05/16/upshot/audio-clip-yanny-laurel-debate.html

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TigerShark

NEWS LIFESAVING UPDATE RESULTS Term 3 has been another busy one for the TigerSharks swimmers who attended Junior SEASAC in Kuala Lumpur, as well as 2Fast2Furious at Harrow School and two internal ASA galas. Junior SEASAC is a new event on the calendar and offered a great opportunity for our team to race the best from across South East Asia once again. The meet was a huge success and the TigerSharks came away as Boys’ Overall Champions. Though not an official result, had there been an overall team trophy, the TigerSharks would have won that as well. The girls finished an excellent fifth place amongst a very tight group of schools. At the meet, Daniel Fuchs, Max Stockdale and Chloe Burkill all finished in the top three performers in their age group.

INTRODUCING COACH TIM Coach Tim will join us in August 2018, on the back of three hugely successful years at the helm of Bangkok Dolphins. The ethos at Dolphins is built upon excellent technical skills and building strong relationships to ensure swimmers are successful long term. Tim has been central to that and we are excited for him to join the coaching team here at Bangkok Patana. He will join Coach Aek as Assistant Head Coaches to the team next year, working alongside Coach Rich in helping continue the success of this year.

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As part of the ongoing drive within Bangkok Patana to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all students within the school, five staff members spent four days at the end of May training to become Lifesaving Assessors. This qualification allows Coach Rich, Coach Aek, Coach Tim and Coach Philippa as well as Miss Zoe from Primary PE, to deliver courses to other staff members throughout the year for trips where water safety training is necessary. It was fantastic to have so many staff members on the course. A special mention to Coach Aek who completed the course in English and will be able to support with presenting in Thai for our Thai staff members.

CONGRATULATIONS Well done and good luck to Prin Chantarangkul (Thailand) and Chloe Burkill (Vietnam) who will travel to the South East Asia Age Group Championships in July to represent their country. They will be supported by the school at this event, with Coach Aek attending to support and guide them at the meet.

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SPORTS THANKS Cindy Adair, Assistant Principal for Extra-curricular Activities and Sports

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ach year, Bangkok Patana fields around 90 sporting teams in BISAC, SEASAC and FOBISIA competitions as well as various Invitationals. As well as our fabulous PE Teachers, full-time coaches (Will and Whan, Rich and Chris and Dan, Pie and Gift) and our external part-time coaches, lots of our academic staff get involved supporting a team. Taking on a team involves donning your PE kit and braving Bangkok’s heat to spend time teaching skills, drilling fitness, fine tuning tactics and of course ensuring everyone taking part is having fun. A huge THANK YOU to everyone who helped out in 2017/18!

Jim Myers - Football Jim Thombs - Volleyball Anthony Baldwin – Touch Rugby Joel Lodge – Rugby 7’s Alex Czarnabaj - Football Iain Murphy - Football Karen McGuire- Cross Country Martin Walsh – Cross Country Dave Walton – Sailing George Hume - Football Carly Ellis - Softball Joe Bower - Badminton Florian Lauffer - Badminton Paul Wadsworth - Golf Andrew Haughton - Golf Simon Griffiths - Golf Dylan Jones - Golf Kristen Meadows - Basketball Kate Flynn – Touch Rugby Raj Ladva – Climbing Michelle Brinn – Primary Climbing Dave Staley – Track and Field Charlie Turner – Track and Field Carly Peart – Primary Cross Country Bart Cowling – Primary Basketball

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Jason Cooper – Primary Basketball Ross Sutcliffe – Primary Football Lavinia Dallas – Primary Football Jade Barclay – TigerPrawns Swimming Mark Verde – TigerPrawns Swimming Louise Heard – Primary Football Bryony Grant - Primary Football Liam Bowden – Primary Football Kerry Meaden-Kendrick – Primary Football Matt Smith – Primary Football Danny Haden – Primary Football Thomas Iredale – Primary Football Raif Esendagli – Primary Football Eion Bevan – Primary Football Emma Gardner - Climbing Hannah Mclaughlin – Climbing Michelle Brinn - Climbing Sam Stewart - Climbing Clare Blencowe – Primary Athetics Delina Belcher – Primary Athletics Emma Rossetti Tatam –Primary Athletics James Dallas – Kwik Cricket Chris Wright - Golf Susie Stewart - Golf

Saturday 9th June School Fees Due Wednesday 13th June Dance Extravaganza Tuesday 19th June Key Stage 2 Busking Day Friday 22nd June End of Year Assembly

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CHANGES IN SCHOOL FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS

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here have been some recent changes to the methods by which school fee payments can be made.

1. Payments can now be made online via the Parents' Gateway using Paypal. You can access the online payment via this link https://community. patana.ac.th/online-payment or from the Parents' Gateway dashboard.

We’re working on a new video and need the community’s help...

“WHY IS PATANA IMPORTANT TO YOU?”

3. Payments can still be made by transferring to the school bank account and sending a copy of the transfer advice to ar@patana.ac.th

Film your answer to the question and upload to the Flipgrid (password: PatanaGrid) on this link before the beginning of Term 1 2018/19.

4. Unfortunately, SCB bank no longer supports bill payment for school fees by person at the branches effective from 1st June 2018.

Any questions please email Mr Max Hopwood, maho@patana.ac.th

2. Bill payments can be made using the ATMs and online banking services from Kasikornbank and SCB.

If you have any questions or difficulties, please contact accounts@patana. ac.th or call 02 785 2419.

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#94 iOS 12 Features to Reduce Interruptions and Manage Screen Time

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uring assemblies I ask the audience to put their hands up if they own an iPhone. Regardless of the increasing popularity of Android phones, the iPhone still has the majority share of the market in our community. So, I’m happy to see Apple responding to general concerns about screen time and the digital distractions of our mobile phones. In the latest iOS 12 update Apple have unveiled features that give you data on screen time and enhanced do-not-disturb features. With this information you will be able to make informed decisions to help take control of the time you spend interacting with your device. Read more about the update here: https://www.apple. com/newsroom/2018/06/ios-12-introduces-new-features-to-reduce-interruptions-and-manage-screen-time/ or watch a summary of the update on this link: https://www. cnet.com/videos/limit-your-screen-time-with-ios-12/ Have a great weekend.

Brian Taylor Assistant Principal, Cross Campus Curriculum Technology Integration

YEARBOOK 2018 Every year, despite our best efforts, we are left with a large number of unwanted and unclaimed Yearbooks. Every student will automatically receive a book each on the last day of term but in keeping with our environemental efforts and to waste less we are asking you to inform us if you would prefer just one book per family. Please email publish@patana.ac.th and let us know. Many thanks for your support in making Bangkok Patana even greener.

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Patana News Volume 20 Issue 33  

A weekly round up of news from Bangkok Patana School.

Patana News Volume 20 Issue 33  

A weekly round up of news from Bangkok Patana School.