The Board of Governors of Norwich International School
In August 2015 we formed our first formal Board of Governors, the Board consists of representatives of all the stakeholders in our school and its function is to lead the school forward it an open and fair fashion wherein all the views of these stakeholders can be aired and considered. The Board is our big picture leadership team, all issues central to the development of Norwich are discussed here. New members of our community are always welcome to contact us if they feel they have something to offer the Board in terms of experience in education or other fields.
Norwich International School is a progressive learning environment that challenges young minds to achieve both academic excellence and personal happiness.
Whilst focused on developing the most comprehensive of facilities, our goal will always be to foster, in our pupils, the wish to be tolerant, content and responsible members of society.
To be the school of choice for those that value both ethical responsibility and educational success.
At Norwich we offer a British curriculum experience, coupled with traditional Thai values. The Core Values are grouped together under three key words - Individuality, Excellence and Mindfulness.
At Norwich everyone is important.
At Norwich the student is the centre of learning.
At Norwich we are proud of our efforts and achievements.
At Norwich we recognise outstanding achievement.
At Norwich we recognise outstanding effort.
At Norwich we are proud to do the best we can.
At Norwich we are respectful of traditional Thai values.
At Norwich we focus on what we are doing.
At Norwich we are proud to always do the right thing.
P Abstain from taking life.
P Abstain from taking what is not given.
P Abstain from sexual misconduct.
P Abstain from false speech.
P Abstain from taking intoxicants.
The accreditation process with EDT is well underway and full accreditation will be achieved during 2021.
In 2020 we received authorisation from Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) to enable us to offer the Cambridge Checkpoint examinations for our Year 9 students and the International General Certificates of Secondary Education (IGCSEs) for our Year 10 and 11 students.
We are a candidate school for authorisation with the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) to enable us to offer the IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) for our Year 12 and 13 students. Our first cohort for the IBDP will start in August 2022.
In 2020 Norwich International School was granted full membership of Council
of International Schools (CIS) and also became a member of the Education
Development Trust (EDT) from the United Kingdom.