Harrow International School Bangkok Profile 2020-2021

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Harrow International School Bangkok School Profile 2020-2021

Harrow Bangkok graduates from the classes 2015-2020 have attended the following universities

Class of 2020

45 Soi Kosumruanchai 14, Kosumruamchai Road, Don Mueang Subdistrict, Don Mueang District, Bangkok 10210, Thailand Tel. +66 2503 7222 www.harrowschool.ac.th

United Kingdom 46% Rest of Europe 4%

Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership

North America 13% Thailand 20%

Rest of Asia 4% Australia 1%

Gap Year 13%

CEEB: 695518 Head Master Jon Standen j_standen@harrowschool.ac.th

Head of Upper School Jonny Liddell jonny.liddell@harrowschool.ac.th

The Harrow Bangkok Careers and University Guidance team offer students personalised guidance to help them recognise, understand and communicate their passions, aspirations and needs, and to pursue pathways appropriate to this understanding. UNITED KINGDOM Aberwystwyth University Arts University Bournemouth Aston University Bath Spa University Bournemouth University City, University of London Goldsmiths, University of London Hull York Medical School Imperial College London Keele University King's College London Kingston University Lancaster University Leeds Beckett University London School of Economics Loughborough University Manchester Metropolitan University Newcastle University Nottingham Trent University Oxford Brookes University Queen Mary University of London Queen’s University, Belfast Ravensbourne University of London Robert Gordon University Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Royal Holloway University of London University College London University of Aberdeen University of Bath University of Brighton University of Bristol University of Cambridge University of Cardiff University of Durham University of East Anglia University of Edinburgh University of Essex University of Exeter University of Glasgow University of Greenwich University of Kent University of Leeds University of Liverpool University of Manchester University of Nottingham University of Oxford University of Portsmouth University of Reading University of Roehampton University of Southampton University of St Andrews University of St Mark & St John University of Strathclyde University of Sunderland University of Surrey University of Sussex University of the Arts London University of Warwick University of West London University of Westminster, London University of York University West of England

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Bentley University Berklee College of Music Boston University Cornell University Georgia Institute of Technology Grand Valley State University Indiana University Bloomington Michigan State University New York University Northeastern University Ohio University Otis College of Art & Design Pennsylvania State University Pratt Institute Purdue University Rhode Island School of Design San Francisco Conservatory of Music SOKA University of America Stanford University Suffolk University SUNY University at Buffalo Syracuse University The New School Tufts University University of California, Berkeley University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Cruz University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign University of Maryland University of Michigan University of Oregon University of Pennsylvania University of San Francisco University of Washington Wellesley College West Virginia University THAILAND Chulalongkorn University Kasetsart University King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Mahidol University Siam University Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology Srinakarinwirot-Nottingham University Thammasat University AUSTRALIA Curtin University Deakin University Monash University University of Melbourne University of New South Wales University of Queensland University of Sydney

Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership

JAPAN Doshiba University Hosei University Keio University Kyushu University Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University University of Tsukuba Waseda University CANADA Dalhousie University University of British Columbia University of Toronto University of Waterloo York University THE NETHERLANDS Amsterdam University College Leiden University University of Amsterdam University College Maastricht SINGAPORE National University of Singapore Singapore Management University Yale-NUS CHINA Donghua University Ningbo Nottingham Peking University HONG KONG Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong University of Science & Technology MALAYSIA Monash University Malaysia Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia Penang Medical School SOUTH KOREA Seoul National University Sogang University University of Utah, Asia Campus

Director of Studies Rob Paler robert_pa@harrowschool.ac.th

The School and Community Harrow International School Bangkok is one of a family of eight schools; Harrow School (London), John Lyon School (London), and the Harrow International Schools (Bangkok, Beijing, Haikou, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong). Links between the schools are strong, as demonstrated by a shared Board of Governors and staff movement within the group. We are a co-educational day and boarding school providing a British style independent boarding school experience, in English, in an Asian context at our state-of-the-art campus in north Bangkok. There is a strong pastoral focus in the school through its House system. The curriculum is taught in English.

Our Values We define ‘Education Excellence for Life and Leadership’ through six leadership attributes which are embedded into all aspects of school life.

Head of Sixth Form Karen Prout karen_p@harrowschool.ac.th

Head of Careers & University Guidance Amanda Poel amanda_po@harrowschool.ac.th

University Counsellors Andrew Brown andy_br@harrowschool.ac.th

Tum Klaihangwa tum_k@harrowschool.ac.th

Michelle Brinn michelle_brinn@harrowschool.ac.th

Contributing Positively to the Community

1998

Solving Problems Collaboratively

Solving Problems Creatively

Making Just and Responsible Choices

Facing Challenges with Determination

Leadership in Action A Harrow Bangkok education is meaningful and holistic, and for life. We offer a wide and diverse range of extracurricular activities which enrich and extend the academic studies of Harrow Bangkok students, including creative, community and sports activities. Students develop leadership skills and empathy through active involvement in charity and community service. We celebrate students who move beyond the classroom to show a commitment to an all-round education, making ethical decisions that make them better global citizens. AFFILIATED WITH

BRITISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL FOUNDED IN

Applying Knowledge with Compassion

THE FIRST HARROW INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN ASIA

HARROW SCHOOL FOUNDED IN

STUDENT AGES BETWEEN 18 MONTHS-18 YEARS

1572

4 BOARDING HOUSES

BRITISH CURRICULUM IGCSE & A LEVEL TAUGHT IN ENGLISH

SWITZERLAND Les Roches Global Hospitality Education Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne INDIA BIT Mesra

40 STUDENT NATIONALITIES

ITALY Nuova Academia di Belle Arti Milano POLAND Warsaw University

68%

61%

98%

72%

STUDENTS ACHIEVED A*/A GRADES AT A LEVEL

ACHIEVED ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS IN YEAR 12 BASED ON EXCEPTIONAL IGCSE GRADES

STUDENTS GO ON TO TOP UNIVERSITIES AROUND THE WORLD

STUDENTS ACHIEVED A*/A GRADES AT IGCSE

TAIWAN National Taiwan University *Multiple Harrow Bangkok graduates attend the universities in bold

OXFORD INTERNATIONAL AQA EXAMINATIONS


Harrow International School Bangkok School Profile 2020-2021 IGCSE courses are taught to students between the ages of 14-16 (Years 10 & 11). Students choose a range of subjects whilst continuing to study English, Maths and Science. At the end of Year 11 (aged 16), students sit external IGCSE examinations. Students will typically complete eight IGCSE courses. Very able students may complete one or two additional IGCSE courses.

IGCSE Subjects

Early Years: 201 Pre Prep: 484 Prep: 320 Senior School: 590 Graduating Class 111 Grade designations follow the British school system (Year 10 = Grade 9; Year 11 = Grade 10; Year 12 = Grade 11; Year 13 = Grade 12)

Predicted Grades Predicted A Level grades indicate a student’s expected final outcome in a course. They are based on ongoing academic performance, a teacher’s knowledge of the curriculum and assessment criteria, and student performance in standardised trial examinations.

Class Rank & GPA Harrow Bangkok does not rank students or calculate GPA for students. There is no appropriate system that would effectively reflect the grading system of the IGCSE and A Levels to a GPA.

Reporting System Harrow Bangkok employs a progressive grading philosophy. Report grades reflect current attainment against the overall programme grading criteria. Grades are expected to increase as students progress to the culmination of their courses. There is no weighting of grades. AS and A Level courses are graded on an A*-E scale.

Discipline Policy Harrow Bangkok will report serious disciplinary infringements to universities upon request.

Academic Calendar Our school year is 180 days, running from mid-August to the end of June, divided into three terms.

AS (Advanced Subsidiary) and A (Advanced) Levels

School Closure In line with Thai government directives, The Harrow Bangkok campus was closed to staff and students from March to June. During much of this time, the city of Bangkok was under a strict lockdown with a national curfew and restriction of movement.

45 40

Entries from all UK schools

35

Entries from Harrow Bangkok

30 25

Online Learning

20

During school closure, our students moved to online learning with all lessons delivered through a range of online platforms, most notably Zoom, Google Classroom and Classkick.

15 10 5

Whilst online education provision was made available to all students, a number of students faced technical issues with accessing some of the material. Some students faced mental health, personal and/or environmental challenges during this period which affected their ability to fully access the curriculum.

0 A*

A

B

C

D

E

U

% of A*/A grades achieved by Harrow Bangkok students

In Sixth Form (Years 12 & and 13), students complete their A Level courses. Advanced Level courses are subject based qualifications which are externally assessed by approved examination boards. Students can study up to AS Level and receive credit, or continue to complete full A Levels. Students will typically study four AS courses, sitting external examinations at the end of Year 13. The majority of students will continue on to complete three full A Levels, sitting external examinations at the end of Year 13. In addition, students have additional curriculum time for Physical Education, pastoral tutorials and extended learning courses.

Harrow Bangkok Average 67%

2020

Harrow Bangkok Average 60%

2019

Harrow Bangkok Average 59%

2018

UK Average 38.1%

Return to School The Thai government allowed us a ‘soft opening’ for two weeks in June with limited numbers of students in school each day, and strict social distancing measures and restrictions in place. This allowed for some of our rising senior class to come into school for five days during which time we explored higher education options and university application processes. For students unable to come on site, the same support was offered online.

2020

% of A*/B grades achieved by Harrow Bangkok students

AS and A Level Subjects AS and A Level courses are offered in Art and Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Chinese, Computer Science, Design Technology, Economics, English Literature, French, Further Mathematics, Geography, History, Japanese, Mathematics, Media Studies, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, and Travel and Tourism.

Harrow Bangkok Average 88%

2020

Harrow Bangkok Average 80%

2019

Harrow Bangkok Average 81%

2018

UK Average 65.4%

Following the summer break, the school fully opened in mid-August for all staff and students. Strict social distancing measures and regulations remain in force however, within these limitations we are trying to maintain ‘business as usual’.

2020

% of A*/C grades achieved by Harrow Bangkok students

IGCSE Grades 2020

Percentage of Entries

Total enrolment: 1595 Class of 2021: 111

Harrow Bangkok Average 99%

2020

45

Harrow Bangkok Average 93%

2019

40

Harrow Bangkok Average 93%

2018

Entries from Harrow Bangkok

35

UK Average 88%

Boarding Students We have a number of local and international boarders at Harrow Bangkok, many from the Asian region where many countries tightened or closed borders.

2020

30 25

Subject

20

Biology

No. of Grade Results Grade Results Grade Results Students 65% A*-A 20 A*-C 100% A*-E 100%

15 Business Studies

20

A*-A

40%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Chemistry

22

A*-A

50%

A*-C

91%

A*-E

100%

Computer Science

6

A*-A

100%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Economics

28

A*-A

82%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

English Literature

5

A*-A

40%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Geography

16

A*-A

75%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

40

History

9

A*-A

67%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

30

Japanese

1

A*-A

100%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Mathematics

60

A*-A

65%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Further Mathematics

21

A*-A

86%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Media Studies

14

A*-A

71%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

10 5

When school closed, many students faced logistical challenges and delays trying to return home. Some students had extended periods of time separated from family members. Some Asian countries have strict firewalls or low internet bandwidth meaning that not all students could access the online provision provided by the school.

0 A*

A

B

C

D

E

AS Level Grades 2020 70 Percentage of Entries

Enrolment 2020-21

All students study the core subjects of IGCSE English and Mathematics. Students then choose from the following additional IGCSE subjects (they must select at least one science and are strongly encouraged to select at least one language): Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Design Technology, Drama, Economics, English Literature, French, Geography, History, Japanese, Mandarin, Music, Physics, Physical Education and Thai. Students also follow a non-assessed Physical Education and Futures (Life Skills) curriculum.

A Level Grades 2020 Percentage of Entries

IGCSE (International General Certificate in Secondary Education)

F

G

U

Entries from Harrow Bangkok

60 50

20 10 0 A

B

C

D

E

U

Although school is now open, the Thai borders remain very tightly controlled so most boarders suffered delays when returning to school, and some have still not yet been able to return. Of those students who have been able to return to Thailand, they had to ensure a strict two state quarantine.

Cancellation of Exams All IGCSE, AS and A Level external examinations were cancelled in the June 2020 series. Instead students were awarded Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs). Harrow Bangkok implemented a strong policy to guide the awarding of these grades based on carefully moderated evidence that was checked on multiple levels before submission. We are confident that the grades awarded reflect the grade outcomes expected of each student had they sat the formal examination.

Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership


Harrow International School Bangkok School Profile 2020-2021 IGCSE courses are taught to students between the ages of 14-16 (Years 10 & 11). Students choose a range of subjects whilst continuing to study English, Maths and Science. At the end of Year 11 (aged 16), students sit external IGCSE examinations. Students will typically complete eight IGCSE courses. Very able students may complete one or two additional IGCSE courses.

IGCSE Subjects

Early Years: 201 Pre Prep: 484 Prep: 320 Senior School: 590 Graduating Class 111 Grade designations follow the British school system (Year 10 = Grade 9; Year 11 = Grade 10; Year 12 = Grade 11; Year 13 = Grade 12)

Predicted Grades Predicted A Level grades indicate a student’s expected final outcome in a course. They are based on ongoing academic performance, a teacher’s knowledge of the curriculum and assessment criteria, and student performance in standardised trial examinations.

Class Rank & GPA Harrow Bangkok does not rank students or calculate GPA for students. There is no appropriate system that would effectively reflect the grading system of the IGCSE and A Levels to a GPA.

Reporting System Harrow Bangkok employs a progressive grading philosophy. Report grades reflect current attainment against the overall programme grading criteria. Grades are expected to increase as students progress to the culmination of their courses. There is no weighting of grades. AS and A Level courses are graded on an A*-E scale.

Discipline Policy Harrow Bangkok will report serious disciplinary infringements to universities upon request.

Academic Calendar Our school year is 180 days, running from mid-August to the end of June, divided into three terms.

AS (Advanced Subsidiary) and A (Advanced) Levels

School Closure In line with Thai government directives, The Harrow Bangkok campus was closed to staff and students from March to June. During much of this time, the city of Bangkok was under a strict lockdown with a national curfew and restriction of movement.

45 40

Entries from all UK schools

35

Entries from Harrow Bangkok

30 25

Online Learning

20

During school closure, our students moved to online learning with all lessons delivered through a range of online platforms, most notably Zoom, Google Classroom and Classkick.

15 10 5

Whilst online education provision was made available to all students, a number of students faced technical issues with accessing some of the material. Some students faced mental health, personal and/or environmental challenges during this period which affected their ability to fully access the curriculum.

0 A*

A

B

C

D

E

U

% of A*/A grades achieved by Harrow Bangkok students

In Sixth Form (Years 12 & and 13), students complete their A Level courses. Advanced Level courses are subject based qualifications which are externally assessed by approved examination boards. Students can study up to AS Level and receive credit, or continue to complete full A Levels. Students will typically study four AS courses, sitting external examinations at the end of Year 13. The majority of students will continue on to complete three full A Levels, sitting external examinations at the end of Year 13. In addition, students have additional curriculum time for Physical Education, pastoral tutorials and extended learning courses.

Harrow Bangkok Average 68%

2020

Harrow Bangkok Average 60%

2019

Harrow Bangkok Average 59%

2018

UK Average 38.1%

Return to School The Thai government allowed us a ‘soft opening’ for two weeks in June with limited numbers of students in school each day, and strict social distancing measures and restrictions in place. This allowed for some of our rising senior class to come into school for five days during which time we explored higher education options and university application processes. For students unable to come on site, the same support was offered online.

2020

% of A*/B grades achieved by Harrow Bangkok students

AS and A Level Subjects AS and A Level courses are offered in Art and Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Chinese, Computer Science, Design Technology, Economics, English Literature, French, Further Mathematics, Geography, History, Japanese, Mathematics, Media Studies, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, and Travel and Tourism.

Harrow Bangkok Average 88%

2020

Harrow Bangkok Average 80%

2019

Harrow Bangkok Average 81%

2018

UK Average 65.4%

Following the summer break, the school fully opened in mid-August for all staff and students. Strict social distancing measures and regulations remain in force however, within these limitations we are trying to maintain ‘business as usual’.

2020

% of A*/C grades achieved by Harrow Bangkok students

IGCSE Grades 2020

Percentage of Entries

Total enrolment: 1595 Class of 2021: 111

Harrow Bangkok Average 99%

2020

45

Harrow Bangkok Average 93%

2019

40

Harrow Bangkok Average 93%

2018

Entries from Harrow Bangkok

35

UK Average 88%

Boarding Students We have a number of local and international boarders at Harrow Bangkok, many from the Asian region where many countries tightened or closed borders.

2020

30 25

Subject

20

Biology

No. of Grade Results Grade Results Grade Results Students 65% A*-A 20 A*-C 100% A*-E 100%

15 Business Studies

20

A*-A

40%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Chemistry

22

A*-A

50%

A*-C

91%

A*-E

100%

Computer Science

6

A*-A

100%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Economics

28

A*-A

82%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

English Literature

5

A*-A

40%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Geography

16

A*-A

75%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

40

History

9

A*-A

67%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

30

Japanese

1

A*-A

100%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Mathematics

60

A*-A

65%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Further Mathematics

21

A*-A

86%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

Media Studies

14

A*-A

71%

A*-C

100%

A*-E

100%

10 5

When school closed, many students faced logistical challenges and delays trying to return home. Some students had extended periods of time separated from family members. Some Asian countries have strict firewalls or low internet bandwidth meaning that not all students could access the online provision provided by the school.

0 A*

A

B

C

D

E

AS Level Grades 2020 70 Percentage of Entries

Enrolment 2020-21

All students study the core subjects of IGCSE English and Mathematics. Students then choose from the following additional IGCSE subjects (they must select at least one science and are strongly encouraged to select at least one language): Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Design Technology, Drama, Economics, English Literature, French, Geography, History, Japanese, Mandarin, Music, Physics, Physical Education and Thai. Students also follow a non-assessed Physical Education and Futures (Life Skills) curriculum.

A Level Grades 2020 Percentage of Entries

IGCSE (International General Certificate in Secondary Education)

F

G

U

Entries from Harrow Bangkok

60 50

20 10 0 A

B

C

D

E

U

Although school is now open, the Thai borders remain very tightly controlled so most boarders suffered delays when returning to school, and some have still not yet been able to return. Of those students who have been able to return to Thailand, they had to ensure a strict two state quarantine.

Cancellation of Exams All IGCSE, AS and A Level external examinations were cancelled in the June 2020 series. Instead students were awarded Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs). Harrow Bangkok implemented a strong policy to guide the awarding of these grades based on carefully moderated evidence that was checked on multiple levels before submission. We are confident that the grades awarded reflect the grade outcomes expected of each student had they sat the formal examination.

Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership


Harrow International School Bangkok School Profile 2020-2021

Harrow Bangkok graduates from the classes 2015-2020 have attended the following universities

Class of 2020

45 Soi Kosumruanchai 14, Kosumruamchai Road, Don Mueang Subdistrict, Don Mueang District, Bangkok 10210, Thailand Tel. +66 2503 7222 www.harrowschool.ac.th

United Kingdom 46% Rest of Europe 4%

Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership

North America 13% Thailand 20%

Rest of Asia 4% Australia 1%

Gap Year 13%

CEEB: 695518 Head Master Jon Standen j_standen@harrowschool.ac.th

Head of Upper School Jonny Liddell jonny.liddell@harrowschool.ac.th

The Harrow Bangkok Careers and University Guidance team offer students personalised guidance to help them recognise, understand and communicate their passions, aspirations and needs, and to pursue pathways appropriate to this understanding. UNITED KINGDOM Aberwystwyth University Arts University Bournemouth Aston University Bath Spa University Bournemouth University City, University of London Goldsmiths, University of London Hull York Medical School Imperial College London Keele University King's College London Kingston University Lancaster University Leeds Beckett University London School of Economics Loughborough University Manchester Metropolitan University Newcastle University Nottingham Trent University Oxford Brookes University Queen Mary University of London Queen’s University, Belfast Ravensbourne University of London Robert Gordon University Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Royal Holloway University of London University College London University of Aberdeen University of Bath University of Brighton University of Bristol University of Cambridge University of Cardiff University of Durham University of East Anglia University of Edinburgh University of Essex University of Exeter University of Glasgow University of Greenwich University of Kent University of Leeds University of Liverpool University of Manchester University of Nottingham University of Oxford University of Portsmouth University of Reading University of Roehampton University of Southampton University of St Andrews University of St Mark & St John University of Strathclyde University of Sunderland University of Surrey University of Sussex University of the Arts London University of Warwick University of West London University of Westminster, London University of York University West of England

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Bentley University Berklee College of Music Boston University Cornell University Georgia Institute of Technology Grand Valley State University Indiana University Bloomington Michigan State University New York University Northeastern University Ohio University Otis College of Art & Design Pennsylvania State University Pratt Institute Purdue University Rhode Island School of Design San Francisco Conservatory of Music SOKA University of America Stanford University Suffolk University SUNY University at Buffalo Syracuse University The New School Tufts University University of California, Berkeley University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Cruz University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign University of Maryland University of Michigan University of Oregon University of Pennsylvania University of San Francisco University of Washington Wellesley College West Virginia University THAILAND Chulalongkorn University Kasetsart University King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Mahidol University Siam University Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology Srinakarinwirot-Nottingham University Thammasat University AUSTRALIA Curtin University Deakin University Monash University University of Melbourne University of New South Wales University of Queensland University of Sydney

Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership

JAPAN Doshiba University Hosei University Keio University Kyushu University Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University University of Tsukuba Waseda University CANADA Dalhousie University University of British Columbia University of Toronto University of Waterloo York University THE NETHERLANDS Amsterdam University College Leiden University University of Amsterdam University College Maastricht SINGAPORE National University of Singapore Singapore Management University Yale-NUS CHINA Donghua University Ningbo Nottingham Peking University HONG KONG Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong University of Science & Technology MALAYSIA Monash University Malaysia Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia Penang Medical School SOUTH KOREA Seoul National University Sogang University University of Utah, Asia Campus

Director of Studies Rob Paler robert_pa@harrowschool.ac.th

The School and Community Harrow International School Bangkok is one of a family of eight schools; Harrow School (London), John Lyon School (London), and the Harrow International Schools (Bangkok, Beijing, Haikou, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong). Links between the schools are strong, as demonstrated by a shared Board of Governors and staff movement within the group. We are a co-educational day and boarding school providing a British style independent boarding school experience, in English, in an Asian context at our state-of-the-art campus in north Bangkok. There is a strong pastoral focus in the school through its House system. The curriculum is taught in English.

Our Values We define ‘Education Excellence for Life and Leadership’ through six leadership attributes which are embedded into all aspects of school life.

Head of Sixth Form Karen Prout karen_p@harrowschool.ac.th

Head of Careers & University Guidance Amanda Poel amanda_po@harrowschool.ac.th

University Counsellors Andrew Brown andy_br@harrowschool.ac.th

Tum Klaihangwa tum_k@harrowschool.ac.th

Michelle Brinn michelle_brinn@harrowschool.ac.th

Contributing Positively to the Community

1998

Solving Problems Collaboratively

Solving Problems Creatively

Making just and responsible choices

Facing Challenges with Determination

Leadership in Action A Harrow Bangkok education is meaningful and holistic, and for life. We offer a wide and diverse range of extracurricular activities which enrich and extend the academic studies of Harrow Bangkok students, including creative, community and sports activities. Students develop leadership skills and empathy through active involvement in charity and community service. We celebrate students who move beyond the classroom to show a commitment to an all-round education, making ethical decisions that make them better global citizens. AFFILIATED WITH

BRITISH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL FOUNDED IN

Applying Knowledge with Compassion

THE FIRST HARROW INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN ASIA

HARROW SCHOOL FOUNDED IN

STUDENT AGES BETWEEN 18 MONTHS-18 YEARS

1572

4 BOARDING HOUSES

BRITISH CURRICULUM IGCSE & A LEVEL TAUGHT IN ENGLISH

SWITZERLAND Les Roches Global Hospitality Education Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne INDIA BIT Mesra

40 STUDENT NATIONALITIES

ITALY Nuova Academia di Belle Arti Milano POLAND Warsaw University

67%

61%

98%

70%

STUDENTS ACHIEVED A*/A GRADES AT A LEVEL

ACHIEVED ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS IN YEAR 12 BASED ON EXCEPTIONAL IGCSE GRADES

STUDENTS GO ON TO TOP UNIVERSITIES AROUND THE WORLD

STUDENTS ACHIEVED A*/A GRADES AT IGCSE

TAIWAN National Taiwan University *Multiple Harrow Bangkok graduates attend the universities in bold

OXFORD INTERNATIONAL AQA EXAMINATIONS