The curriculum In our Early Years Centre and Pre Prep and Prep Schools, our pupils are taught a bespoke Harrow Bangkok curriculum, incorporating the best of educational practice of England, yet with global influences. Students in the Senior School study for IGCSE, AS and A Level examinations. The School prides itself on its reputation for academic rigour, and our Sixth Form students go on to study at top universities around the world, predominantly in the UK and USA. The School ethos All that we do in our School reflects our mission or ethos statement, 'Leadership for a Better World'. Whether within lessons, or the diverse ‘Leadership in Action’ (LiA) extra-curricular programme on offer, we focus on developing in our young people the attributes and desires that will make a positive difference to the communities that they encounter, now and in the future. The Harrow Bangkok values of leadership, team work, service, resilience and creativity form the core of our sporting philosophy. Our state-of-the-art facilities include a gymnastics hall, double air-conditioned sports hall, extensive fields with natural grass surfaces, a saline swimming pool, lake, fitness room, climbing wall, and floodlit tennis courts. Specialists in boarding Harrow Bangkok is the leader of boarding in Thailand, and we are currently expanding our capacity in the Boarding Houses to meet demand. Life in boarding provides fantastic opportunities for children to advance academically and socially. Boarders are engaged in a wide range of after-school activities as well as provided with a well-structured study routine which allows them to complete homework.
All applicants are required to submit an application form, student health record and her/his latest school reports for review. If there is an available place within the appropriate Year Group and the criteria have been met, the student will be invited to visit Harrow Bangkok to complete assessments. Parents will be notified of the result within a week.
Admission testing varies depending on the year group. Generally testing would include, English, Mathematics and an interview. An in-class assessment may be required. The offer of a place is determined by the result of the tests and interview, the ability of the student to access the curriculum in English and the ability of the parents to meet the school fees
On Friday 10th March 2017 we gathered for an afternoon of Cool Jazz provided by the Harrow Jazz Orchestra, The Stepping Stones Jazz Band, The Ying Indraphrandhu Quartet and special guests, The Fabulous Five.Read more
The new British Ambassador to Thailand, Mr Brian Davidson’s first visit to Harrow International School Bangkok to officially open the brand new Pullman Lower School Library marked a special moment in the school’s ambitious journey to redevelop and create a host of brand new campus facilities.Read more
Now firmly established on the chess calendar as Bangkok’s premier student event, Harrow Bangkok hosted its fifth all-day inter-school chess tournament on Saturday 21st January.Read more
See and feel the difference at Harrow International School Bangkok The new British Ambassador to Thailand, Mr Brian Davidson, visited Harrow International School Bangkok for the first time this month, to officially open the brand new Pullman Lower School. He was impressed by the host of brand new campus facilities which have been created as part of an extensive campus redevelopment project. But the strength of Harrow Bangkok is the combination of new state-of-the-art facilities across its green 35-acre campus, while retaining a warm, family feeling across the whole school, from the redeveloped EYC complex to the brand new Rayleigh Sixth Form Centre and new Boarding Village complex. Director of Development Liz Hammond comments: "New visitors to the school often comment on the friendly atmosphere on campus, and we are lucky that many of our students study at Harrow Bangkok from Pre-Nursery all the way through to their A Levels. But the best way to get a sense of what we do is to visit us for yourself to see and feel a Harrow education. We can arrange informal one-on-one tours of the school at any time - our Admissions Team are happy to set one up." Mr Michael Farley, Head Master agrees: “We always welcome visitors to see the Harrow experience for themselves. Just as our educational and pastoral programmes are continuously being improved, so are our facilities to benefit all the school community.”