Phuket Education: Kajonkiet International School ends year on good note

Phuket Education: Kajonkiet International School ends year on good note


Wednesday 23 July 2014, 03:16PM


Kajonkiet International School Phuket students, teachers and parents formally concluded the 2013-2014 academic year with a number of events recently.

On June 23, 13 aspiring young artists displayed their works which will decorate the school’s halls next year. Then on June 25, KISP’s Performing Arts Club put on a fantastic musical performance of Matilda, based on the famous book by Roald Dahl.

To culminate the final week, on Friday (June 27) the school held the Leavers Day assembly, which was kicked off with a musical performance of The Gruffalo Show by dozens of luminated and cheerful early learners students. The show was followed by a Fashion Show by KISP’s Fashion Club.

To formally mark the end of a busy and great year in the new school building in Kathu, the new School Director Mr Permkiat Ketkul addressed students, parents and teachers:
“I would like to extend a huge thank you to all of you for coming here today to support both the children and the school.

“We have reached the last day of our third year as a school and I am tremendously proud of how far we have come,” he said. “The staff and children of KIS have been working very hard this year and particularly over the past couple of weeks to prepare for the end-of-year shows.”

The director went on to announce changes in management structure and new appointments for the 2014-2014 academic year as follows:

In addition to Mr Permkiat officially taking on role as School Director, Ms Nicola Chokkuea has been named Deputy Director (Academic) while Ms Cherish Trakarnboonchai will be the Deputy Director for non-academic matters.

Ms Chokkuea will also continue on as the Head of Early Years and Head of Primary programmes, while Ms Sarah Chehtae has been named EYFS & KS1 Phase Leader; Ms Suzy Carter was named KS2 Phase Leader; Ms Rowena Dialino Head of Secondary programme; Noo Krabeetong Head of Business Administration and Tukta Suwan the Head of Thai Language and Culture.


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