It was an early start today as we got up at 6am and left our bags in the corridor outside our cabin before heading to breakfast. It was still dark outside and you could see the lights of Ushuaia as we were just off the shoreline. All was going very well until suddenly all the Read more about Ushuaia and Buenos Aires[…]
The Patana community came together on Thursday last week to wave goodbye to the intrepid explorers as they left school for Antarctica! There was lots of cheers as well as a few special penguin guests!
Antarctica fever is really taking over Bangkok Patana, you can’t go far in school without hearing someone mention something South Pole related or bump into a penguin or two! The beauty of being a large school is the opportunity for cross collaboration between Year groups so this week Year 1 have been learning all about Read more about Antarctica Fever[…]
Dear Helen and Rebecca, As I follow your preparations to go to Antarctica next year, I share your excitement and enthusiasm for what will surely be a life-changing and hugely rewarding adventure. I am sure my father, Thomas Murphy, would have been extremely interested in and supportive of your trip too. It was actually 60 Read more about Murphy Glacier[…]
International Day has to be one of the favourite events in the Bangkok Patana School calendar. This day of celebration includes a parade of all the countries within our community, a lively Cultural Show filled with singing, dancing and merriment and then a Food Tasting expo where you get to taste your way around the world! Read more about International Day[…]
When someone you know undertakes an expedition like Bangkok Patana 2041 word quickly spreads. Our school community has been no exception and out of the wood work come inspiring stories like the one we are about to share. Coke Smith is an Environmental Science and Biology teacher here at Bangkok Patana who also happens to have Read more about The White Continent[…]