Voice of Youth with BCIS Students

Phuketindex.com speaks with students at the British Curriculum International School Phuket.

With Phuket’s development as a world class tourist destination, so it has become more international in focus; responding as it has to the needs of the foreigners that have come to live here. Education is one area that has benefitted with international schools springing up all over the island. Among them, British Curriculum International School (Formerly Dulwich International College) is probably the foremost, having been in operation over ten years. The school is divided into two educational institutions: Primary and Secondary Schools which provide a British based education system for both day students and boarders.

This month Phuketindex.com visited the campus and briefly spoke with three students about their impressions of their school.

Guy or Eakkaphob (left) was the first student we spoke with. A Thai student ‘Guy’ reveals he likes the school environment because it is very conducive to learning. ‘It is beautiful place’ he told us before continuing “We have great teachers here. As well as Mathematics and Arts I love to study Chemistry, which is my favourite class. I like attending it because of the lecturer; Ms Christine Easton who in my opinion is an interesting and kind teacher.”

16 year-old, grade 12 student Federick (centre) is Swedish. Federick has been at the school for two and a half years. He tells us  “I think the school is generally good. Studying here I have the chance to study and learn from many good teachers. I have made a lot of friends here. I love it!”

Sae Jin (right) is a female Korean student. When we asked about her impression of BCIS she states “I like this school, because studying here, I meet friends from around the world. People are from many countries, and we have different cultures but we can honestly live together. That’s what I love about my school”

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