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13 Jun 2024
Our first Designers Fair was an absolute success! Our talented students unleashed their creativity, combining tech and design to produce some amazing, one-of-a-kind creations.
11 Jun 2024
We proudly present our Masterchef House Cooking Competition! Aspiring young chefs from each House showcased their culinary talents, presenting delicious dishes to our esteemed judges, including our Shrewsbury Board of Governors.
10 Jun 2024
Speech Day and Prize Giving Ceremony has marked the start of our celebratory season, wrapping up the amazing 2023-24 academic year.
06 Jun 2024
Our Shrewsbury Governors from Bangkok and the UK, along with our Senior Management Team, visited the construction site of our new Early Years building to check on the progress.
01 Jun 2024
Throughout May, our school was filled with the sound of music during our Lunchtime and Formal Recitals. It was a joy to see our students step onto the stage, sharing their musical gifts and radiating confidence. To each performer, thank you for bringing such talent and spirit to our community! #ShrewsburyBangkok #ShrewsburyCityCampus #WeAreShrewsbury #MusicAtShrewsbury
30 May 2024
May was a fantastic month filled with sports!
29 May 2024
Art & Maths Week at Shrewsbury Bangkok City Campus transformed our school into a vibrant gallery, showcasing the creative synergy between art and mathematics.
27 May 2024
We welcomed award-winning filmmakers Adi Alfa and Eric Byers to our Digital Literacy lesson in the Media Studio.
24 May 2024
Our Term 3 Food Drive has been distributed to SOS Thailand (Scholars of Sustenance).
22 May 2024
A big round of applause for the Floreat Award recipients of Term 3!
18 May 2024
Thanks to our SP (Shrewsbury Parents Committee) for hosting an incredible after-school Movie Day!
17 May 2024
As the end of the academic year approaches, the Senior School Well-Being Team from Riverside engaged with City Campus Year 6 students.
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