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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Expat school reports: British schools in Thailand - Telegraph

Expats in Thailand have been holding their breath as anti-government protests brought violence to the streets of central Bangkok this month, and at least three of our featured schools were closed for a period during the trouble.

But away from the protests, Britons have many quality establishments in the country from which to choose, while a British-style education is increasingly sought-after by Thais themselves. All featured schools take pupils from the early years through to 18.

Schools covered in the report are:

  • Bangkok Pattana School
  • Harrow International School, Bangkok
  • The Regent's School Pattaya
  • Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok

Go to telegraph.co.uk for full article.

 

 

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