Year 2 construct their own growing creations.
Year 2 construct their own growing creations.
Author Scott Riley pays a virtual visit to City Campus.
Year 4 begin their topic of Natural Disasters.
Students welcomed back onsite for the start of Term 2.
Virtual Library sleepovers hosted by City Campus & Riverside.
Ms Danielle introduces herself to the Shrewsbury community.
Kelly in Year 2 features in Hello! Education magazine.
A successfully safe return for students.
City Campus announces international music competition winners for 2020-21.
Students set their own standards for e-safety.
New Value of the Month kickstarts the academic year.
Extreme Reading Challenge inspires book lovers.
Year 6 enjoy safe 'drive-through' celebrations.
Year 5 show STEM in action.
Mini ecosystems thrive in Year 2.
Term 3 2020/21
Class of Year 2 2020/21 celebrate their graduation.
Year 1 re-write traditional fairytales.
Shrewsbury's Mandarin experts gather for annual conference.
Children and parents bury themselves in books at home.
Term 3 2020/21
City Campus community makes sizeable donation to local charities.
City Campus students stay active at home.
Mr Sheffield share top tips with City Campus parents.
Library's Click & Collect service keeps us close to books.
EY1 take on 'Test It Out Tuesdays'.
EY2 embark on a series of space adventures.
Shrewsbury Principal featured in top expat magazine.
Extra students selected for the City Campus Swim Team 2020/21.
City Campus students continue to shine at international music awards.
World Book Day was extended at City Campus into an entire week long event of literary activities, culminating in a fantastic celebration of creativity for 'Fully Booked: Read Around the World'.
EY1 welcomes special visitors.
Our 2020/21 parent survey and parent feedback gave us valuable insight into the expectations and hopes of our community.
Collaborative working across Shrewsbury City Campus and Shrewsbury Riverside reinforces our shared values. This week, Team Leaders came together for their regular council of 'best practice'.
Year 3 students practice important public speaking skills as part of their literacy work, performing extracts from William Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'.
Year 2 students discover the excitement and adventure of the Stone Age as part of their topic based curriculum.
Year 1 host Africa Day.
The Year of the Ox sees City Campus students celebrating with Chinese costume, a Chinese quiz and delicious Chinese food.
Year 5 design their own mini ecosystems.
City Campus re-opens and the school is once again able to welcome students onsite.
A festive end to the term at this year's Christmas Concert.
Early Years community gather for festive singsong.
City Campus marks Ms Dennison's 10-year anniversary at Shrewsbury.
EY2 perform in an historical first on Auditorium stage.
An introduction to Riverside for our Year 6 community
Swimmers get festive in the water.
What's been happening in the Library?
Students get writing in Mandarin.
Students awarded top prizes at international piano competition.
Aichi in Year 5 wins prize in national competition.
EY1 observe World Soil Day.
Students score medals at Greater Bangkok Athletics Competition 2020.
Students re-live history: World War 2 explored
Introducing the City Campus Swim Team 2020-21.
City Campus shortlisted for International School Awards 2021.
Year 5 launch their own intergalactic mission.
More questions answered via Q&A broadcast on Facebook.
Students claim their prizes from UK engineering competition.
Festivities begin at a special admissions event.
Performances to be proud of at Autumn Recital.
EY2 enjoy tailored mindfulness sessions.
Year 1 dine out on their latest Literacy topic.
Ms Dennison introduces November's Value of the Month.
Traditional Thai festival celebrated in style.
Students' creations hung for new installation in Library.
Year 4 re-create the effects of hurricanes, floods and tornados.
Year 2 investigate life below water.
Students race in annual cross-country competition.
Year 5 explore the worlds of Ancient and modern-day Greece.
Ms Hayley and Ms Elysia lead Q&A on Facebook.
Ms Yeji's students perform in exclusive piano recital.
Ms April He and Ms Cassie Gao join the Mandarin department.
Year 3 immersed in their topic of Endangered Animals.
Ms Margaret Young joins the Music department.
Students pay their respects at annual Wai Kru ceremony.
Dr Tim Nuttall gives welcome address to City Campus team.
City Campus Swim Team selected for 2020/21.
Ms Emma Bredbury takes up her leadership role in English as an Additional Language (EAL).
Young pianists take top prizes in international competitions.
New parents enjoy coffee morning hosted by the Principal.
Ms Okill brings over 20 years of experience to new role.
Principal’s welcome assembly features City Campus’s symbol of kindness.
Students pick their spot for Extreme Summer Reading Challenge 2020.
New members of the teaching team welcomed to City Campus.
Pianists share virtual performances at home.
Special offers from Chatrium Hotels & Residences.
City Campus celebrates its founding cohort of Year 6 graduates.
Children prepare to transition to Year 3.
Hundreds of books read for the Family Reading Challenge 2020.
Children from EY1 to Year 6 return to campus.
Shakespeare, creativity challenges and moving up.
CSI, conversation circles and imagination.
Rube Goldberg inventions, mountain stories and resilience.
Ocean stories, creativity and courage.
New ways of learning, the arts and mindfulness.
Topics, celebrations and kindness.
Traditional tales, outer space and planting beanstalks.
Keeping active, language development and minibeast hotels.
City Campus draws on professional expertise for the Primary EngineerⓇ Leaders Award.
Robotics, upcycling and engineering awards.
Sing a rainbow, Beethoven and online recitals.
Sports, wellbeing and swimming on land.
Wardobe choices, calligraphy and talking to the doctor.
Vowels, cooking and Thai proverbs.
City Campus is awarded membership with the Council of International Schools (CIS).
Students enters UK engineering competition.
Year 4 design Rube Goldberg machines.
The Library team share Family Reading Challenge ideas.
Ms Erica shares home sustainability tips and invites us to make pledges.
Ms Tait answers questions about the school's home learning platform.
Ms Gosia uses art to celebrate Songkran safely.
City Campus and Riverside provide essential support to Thailand Scholars of Sustenance (SOS)
School’s Digital Leader shares e-safety tips.
How many new book genres will you try?
City Campus launches 'We Are Family' series
Ms Betts explains why reading is vitally important for learning and wellbeing.
Got five minutes?
Gail Clarke inspires school's young writers
Our experienced experts answer your questions.
A visit from the Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA)
Early Years students explore at City Campus and Riverside
City Campus and Riverside celebrate their studies of Africa.
Children decorate newly expanded school site.
Students enjoy an explosive visit from Mr Ruben Meerman.
Mandarin department put on spectacular New Year celebrations.
Ms Holland exhibits innovative projects from students
Year 6 families ready for senior school opportunities
Expert khon instructors visit City Campus
Year 2 share their dreams for others
Students investigate the science of shadows
Families enjoy quality time together in the Early Years Hub
Students offer gifts to mark new decade
Youngest learners celebrate Christmas
Students wow audience with Arabian-style pantomime
Year 3 from both campuses compete in topic-themed sports day
Families prepare for senior transition to Riverside.
UK author gives exclusive first reading of new book
Year 2 write and illustrate their own nautical stories
Environmental awareness continues at City Campus.
Year 6 collaborate in their study of World War II
Ms Faith Klein joins the teaching team.
Staff share children’s journey towards fluent reading
City Campus and Riverside explore Khao Yai
City Campus shares top tips for keeping children healthy and happy
Eco-friendly performance for annual Thai festival.
Environmental children’s writer inspires students.
Shrewsbury welcomes UK music ensemble back for another year.
Alison Watson MBE visits for official launch of D&T programme.
City Campus community enjoys it’s annual celebration of the Indian festival.
Year 3 take donations for environmental conservation NGO
Students compete in inter-house cross country.
Mr Simon Aves addresses the challenges of our digital age
The music department at City Campus welcomes Ms Yeji Yoon.
Students represent City Campus at environmental awareness day.
Cross-campus connections continue for Year 6.
Students mark traditional Thai ceremony.
A win at Football Friendship Cup 2019.
The school community celebrates International Day of Peace..
Ms Katie Holland introduces design, engineering and construction vision for young learners.
Students celebrate International Dot Day.
Experienced sport and aquatics teachers bring strength to sport at City Campus.
Mr Michael Wu joins the modern foreign languages teaching team.
Globally-renowned music teacher to work with students.
City Campus welcomes new members to its teaching team.
Visits from international sports stars, Gymnastics Centre of Excellence opens, and swimming galas make waves.
Key personnel appointed for 3 new schools.
British Ambassador to Thailand celebrates Shrewsbury's achievements.
Highlights from Term 3 2019 at City Campus.
City Campus announces additional Early Years places for August 2019.
City Campus welcomes Riverside friends to Early Years Hub.
City Campus hosts Riverside's award-winning higher education team.
Parents invited to enjoy purpose-built Early Years environment with their little ones.
News and pictures from City Campus in March 2019.
Children and teachers celebrate reading during Fully Booked 2019.
News and pictures from City Campus in February 2019.
City Campus hosts its first farmer's market on Saturday 02 March.
News and pictures from City Campus in January 2019.
News and pictures from City Campus in December 2018.
News and pictures from City Campus in November 2018.
Our very first Tea and Topics event saw our Recital Hall filled to the brim with Shrewsbury City Campus parents.
Report by Gift, Qing Qing, Bella and Homey 5CH.
Together with our students, teachers, parents and guests, Ex Cathedra filled our auditorium with singing workshops and unforgettable musical performances.
News and pictures from around City Campus in October
Highlights from our first full month in action, and details of upcoming events at City Campus and elsewhere.
Founding parents meet Governors and tour our campus
High profile event builds excitement ahead of launch
Principals meet for third collaboration meeting