Intensive English Programme Blog

Saving Elephants Stickers of IEP
Taking simple actions such as making stickers of saving elephants is a great way to show our love, compassion and
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IEP Math-Learning in Teamwork
Studies show that emphasizing teamwork and cooperation can revolutionize the way kids learn math. A recent IEP math class has
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IEP Jugglers!
This week we have been practicing juggling in IEP as part of our PE lessons. The students were put into
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Past, Present, Future!
IEP students from class B have been working hard on tenses; learning and solidifying their knowledge of past, present and
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IEP Students Joined G7s Campweek
We had 3 IEP students who joined the G7s Camp week to the trip of Khao Yai National Park, which
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Camp Week 2019
Two weeks ago, approximately 230 students from Senior School and the Intensive English Programme took part in Camp Week. Each
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Day 4: 3D Art & Lanna Culture
We’ve had a great week of day-out field trips with the IEP juniors this past week. We finished off our
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Day 3: Temples & Chocolate
Our third day out with the IEP junior students will be a tough act to follow; I think all agree
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Day 2: Queen Sirikit’s Botanical Garden & Poo Poo Paper (yup, that’s right).
Today, Tuesday February 5th marks the second day of the IEP camp week field trips. We continued our learning outside
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Day 1: Mae Sa Waterfall & Insect Zoo
Today marks the beginning of Prem Camp Week 2019, and for the IEP juniors in grades 4 to 5 we
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IEP & PREM Golf Centre
Prem IEP students learn English outside of the classroom twice weekly. During our last class the students were fortunate enough
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Meditate in the Elements
We are in our fifth year of implementing meditation and mindfulness practices into the IEP curriculum. Today we were fortunate
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A Race so Nice, I had to Post Twice!
Prem JS Cross Country event: IEP runs …and wins! Though we just updated our community on the JS Cross Country
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IEP’s Got Runners for JS Cross-Country Run
This Friday morning, some IEP Junior students have eagerly participated the JS Cross-Country Run with great success and passion. Barely
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IEP Achievement Certificates, Term 2
The students in the IEP have all completed their full WIDA Model tests, and many have been accepted both into the
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IEP field trip to Sangob Foundation
Term two marks our second learning outside of the classroom field trip in the IEP. For this occasion students were
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Celebrating Halloween in the IEP
The IEP students have been learning about festivals & celebrations from around the world. To help with this we decided to allow
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Celebrating Accomplishment in the IEP
Each term we acknowledge students who exhibit progress and development in one area of English and the IB Learner Profile
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The Happy Tunnel!
Have you ever heard of a happiness tunnel? Imagine this: a tunnel of people shouting compliments at you as you
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This week in IEP
Welcome Back! It has been a busy first few days back in IEP. We have welcomed 5 new students to
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Making Sustainability Little Books
To practice the ideas of sustainability well, we need to shift our mindset and view the world through a different
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Director of IEP
Casey Gramaglia
Email: diriep@ptis.ac.th

Teachers
Jun Zhang
Email: junz@ptis.ac.th
Sam Brigstock-Barron
Email: sambb@ptis.ac.th
Sintra Burgess
Email: sintrab@ptis.ac.th


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