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Bangkok Patana School - The British International School
Bangkok Patana School is the oldest and most respected British international school in Thailand for students from Nursery to Year 13. Our well-resourced campus provides a world-class education for children as we nurture them into global citizens who shape their world through independence, creativity and critical thinking.
Posted: Tuesday Oct 27, 2020
Job Description: https://www.patana.ac.th/
Bangkok Patana School - The British International school ...
Posted: (2 days ago) Bangkok Patana School is the oldest and most respected British international school in Thailand for students from Nursery to Year 13. Our well-resourced campus provides a world-class education for children as we nurture them into global citizens who shape their world through independence, creativity and critical thinking.
Posted: (5 months ago) The Science Faculty currently has 18 teaching members of staff and four Science technicians. The positions of responsibility include the Head of Faculty, Subject Leaders and a KS3 Coordinator. The faculty is a busy and successful one, enabling students to achieve excellent results at IGCSE and IB.
Inspired by Work Experience - Bangkok Patana School
Posted: (2 months ago) I knew I wanted to do medicine, I think it was in Year 11, there was a Careers’ internships and I shadowed at Bumrungrad Hospital through the school. I enjoyed it and that confirmed my feelings. It was one of those experiences that I remember quite well, I always liked Science so it fit – I knew I didn’t want to do research solely and I ...
Meet the New Teachers at Bangkok Patana School
Posted: (7 days ago) She earned her BSc in Human Biology and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto and then her BEd at York University in Science and Biology. She has taught in London and Jakarta. “When I moved to London for my first job, it was my first time living abroad. At first it was a bit scary but really it was moving from one big city to another.
International GCSE Programme - Bangkok Patana School
Posted: (9 days ago) The academic programme that Bangkok Patana School offers in Years 10 and 11 (Key Stage 4) builds upon the skills developed in Key Stage 3. All students are required to follow a two-year programme leading to the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) or its international equivalent, the IGCSE, which is tailored for a multi-cultural, multilingual audience and t he syllabi are ...
Bangkok Patana School
Posted: (1 months ago) • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computer Science or equivalent plus professional qualifications in IT area. • At least 10 years’ experience in IT services with at least 5 years at Manager Position. • Proven Management, Coaching and Technical Skills. • Strong management and leadership skill.
Blandine West - Bangkok Patana School
Posted: (4 days ago) I will be leaving the organisation in September where I will begin a MSc in Health and International Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Alongside my job, I have enrolled in a 200hour yoga teacher training course and will be a fully trained yoga teacher by August 2018!
From Software Engineer to the Discovery Channel - Bangkok ...
Posted: (15 days ago) University: Computer Science with Games Technology, City, University of London 2011. Currently: Product Manager, Discovery Channel ... and get to see how other jobs play a role in your daily work in order to meet the same goal. In contrast, being an independent producer gives you the freedom to work on what you want. However, this also means ...
Kimmo Kääriä - Bangkok Patana School
Posted: (3 months ago) Current Job: Partner at Salivirta & Partners. ... I studied at the Helsinki School of Economics and got a Master of Science degree in Economics and Business Administration. I worked part time at Nokia (which was at that time, amongst other things, the world’s leading mobile phone manufacturer) around concepts of how to support mobile working. ...
Joseph Brosnahan - Bangkok Patana School
Posted: (1 months ago) After completing my IB Examinations in May 2018, I had a shorter summer break than my classmates as I flew to Dunedin, New Zealand at the end of June to start Semester 2 classes at the University of Otago. It has been a busy few months but I am thoroughly enjoying my studies in Politics, History and Criminology.