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Special Events

Throughout the academic year we enjoy a wide range of enjoyable special events, sports activities and performances at Samakee. We are proud of what has been achieved and would like to share some of these with you.


Inclusion and Samakee

St. Andrews Samakee had a special visitor for the week beginning the 16th of March. Dr Michael Morrier has been working with us and advising us over Skype since September and agreed to fly over from Atlanta, Georgia to visit us. Dr Michael is the Assistant Director for Early Childhood Programs at the Emory Autism Center and Assistant Professor of...

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SASS Drama Festival 2015

This Saturday Samakee students from Year 3 to Year 6 took part in the annual St Andrews Schools Drama Festival.

St Andrews Sathorn provided the venue for the day. An array of colour greeted us on arrival and we then discovered that Samakee wouldn't be  left out... No.... Our t-shirts were bright orange !!!!

Parents left...

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Message from the Head of School

Many activities planned for this week so please check your diaries!

Upper School Parent Consultations: A quick reminder that Upper School Consultations will take place on Tuesday 24th March between 2:50-5:50. Please note that Parent Consultations for Upper School are NOT pre-booked, instead parents/carers queue to meet each teacher. This event will take place on the ground floor of...

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Samakee Soccer Success!

On Saturday 21st March, the Under 9 boys' football team traveled to play in their first ever tournament at Bangkok Patana School. This annual event is now one of the biggest International School junior football competitions in Thailand, with 19 teams competing in three leagues: two boys' and one girls'. We were in the 'B' League and were hoping to benefit...

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Red Nose Day at Samakee!

Wow! That was fun! The morning started with the sale of the traditional red noses by Columbus House reps before a riotous assembly with the theme of ‘Samakee Circus’. The show featured two great happy face songs, acrobats, tight-rope walkers, an amazing cartwheeler, balloon sculpture and a visiting clown, topped off with the traditional custard pie victim (thank you, Mr Sethi)....

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Welcome Ajarn Preeda Punyachand

Such a lovely productive day was had with the famous Thai author, Ajarn Preeda Punyachand. He brightened up the world of Thai books for the children at St. Andrews Samakee as he enthusiastically told his stories. On just one piece of paper he cleverly wove creative ideas and techniques into his drawings. Watching and listening the children were amazed, it...

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International Day 2015

International Day is a big event in the school calendar and an opportunity for parents to show the children and teachers how creative they can be! On Friday 3 April, all the children will come to school dressed in national costume or national colours. The children will then be divided into groups and will visit ‘country stands’ that have been...

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First School – Busy Things and Red Nose Day

Red Nose day 2015 is all about ‘Making a funny face’. Our school is joining in this special Fundraiser and all children are getting involved in this years Red Nose Day. Even BusyThings is supporting Red Nose Day! First School children already have access to BusyThings, so let’s put on that BusyThings Red Nose! After logging into your BusyThings account go to...

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RAK Week – Random Acts of Kindness

Sprinklings of generosity, kindness, creativity, surprise and selflessness were shaken over the children and staff of Samakee this week as we celebrated RAK week. Random acts of kindness included children baking cakes for their friends, writing thank you notes to the adults who help us at school, posting letters to family, helping out at home, giving money to the poor and...

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Year 5 Residential Blog

Year 5 have returned safely from their recent residential trip to Kanchanaburi. There were two main objectives for this trip; first to extend their knowledge of World War 2 in Thailand and second, to build their sense of independence and cooperation. It has been a delight to spend these four days with a class that were mature, polite, hardworking and...

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