Teaching in Bangkok is a good experience. The school environment is a friendly one. It is one of the best places to consider if you have an interest in teaching abroad. It is certainly an awesome adventure.
International schools in Bangkok provide a plethora of reasons for students to be enrolled in any of them. While matriculating at an international school in Bangkok you will gain a respect and knowledge of many different cultures. You will be provided with an open curriculum with high standards in education. You’ll be exposed to both Eastern and Western styles of learning while making friends from all over the world.
If you find yourself in Bangkok, with your kids who have already begun school in their native country, you may fret. One of the causes of your worry might be if you will find not just an international school but an excellent international school in Bangkok.
If you asked this question, the answer is YES!
Bangkok is not only known as a tourist hub because of its rich culture and history or its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters. Bangkok has improved both in medicine, technology, and quality of education on all levels.
The International Baccalaureate programme is well-known in Bangkok, Thailand. It has become a goal of those in public Thai schools to achieve. IB schools in Bangkok follow the IB programme consisting of 3 compact and co-ordinated study programmes for children from the age of 3-19. These aim to produce highly independent, considerate, well-rounded and compassionate young adults. The IBO programme puts strong accent on the ideals of being a responsible global citizens and following the ideals of international empathy.
Members of the Images Alberta Camera Club will coach Belgravia’s aspiring photographers during one of our neighbourhood’s most beautiful seasons. Camera Club members will provide tips on camera use and options for other equipment. They’ll also accompany photographers to picturesque places in our neighbourhood. After each shoot is finished, Camera Club members will help Belgravians explore how to enhance their images and print them at the hall.
Attention young Belgravian soccer fans!
Registration Information for Belmac 2015 Outdoor Soccer
1. Outdoor Season runs May/June
2. Age Level and Related Birth Years:
U6: 2010 and 2009
U8: 2008 and 2007
U10: 2006 and 2005
U12: 2004 and 2003
U14: 2002 and 2001
U16: 2000 and 1999
U18: 1998 and 1997
How about a Belgravia- McKernan Jane’s Walk?
What is Jane’s Walk? Jane’s Walk 2012 takes place on May 5 & 6 in cities all around the world. Everyone is welcome to lead or join in a free walk exploring the history and stories that shape our everyday urban and neighbourhood experience.
We are inviting you to lead a walk in the area where you live, work or play. It simply involves planning a route, thinking through the stories, places and people you want to hear and talk about, and promoting it around your neighbourhood.
Over 500 people helped celebrate our community and the opening of the new BCL hall on September 17, 2016. Belgravia Elementary School (Parent’s Council) partnered with the BCL to make our 3rd Belgravia Hustle a success …
… and organized a kids fun soccer game promoting Belgravia Ever Active …
Our BCL Zumba Classes with instructor Catherine are back at St. Paul’s Church while the hall is under reconstruction.
Class Dates (which accommodate stat holidays and church schedules):
- September 19, 26
- October 3, 24, 31
- November 7, 14, 21, 28
- December 5, 12, 19
Time: 9 – 10 am
Cost: 12 class-punch card ($110); 6 class-punch card ($60)
After years of effort by hundreds of people, construction will begin this summer on renovating and expanding the community hall. On July 15, the Belgravia Community League board passed a motion to proceed with construction. This is an exciting step for our neighborhood.