Loy Krathong, a traditional Thai festival, is celebrated annually at Magic Years and allows students, parents and teachers to connect with the home country and celebrate the Thai tradition of making krathongs, decorative flower baskets, and floating the krathongs to make a wish.
Primary Grade students had the opportunity to meet with the co-architects of the new school’s campus. They received the latest information on construction progress, viewed a 3D model, explored a digital 3D rendering, and asked many questions.
We are pleased to announce that we will be offering two new After School Clubs: IWICA Chess and Robotics. These two after school activities provide MYIS with educational tools to help develop our student’s minds. These activities have numerous benefits associated with them which can be translated to any situation in life. Our aim is to use these activities to help improve our student’s concentration, critical thinking, pattern recognition skills and many others.