Introducing LANNA’s International Early Years Curriculum

LANNA Early Years are proud to be introducing the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) from August 2020. This curriculum incorporates international best practices in the development needs for 2-5 year olds. It prides itself on play based approaches covering all curriculum areas including personal, social and emotional development. The IEYC is designed around eight learning…

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New STEAM Programme at Primary School

STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. These are the innovators,…

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LANNA Leadership Programme

Our Leadership students have been using their online lessons to create video tutorials for younger students. They have created some fantastic activities that we are sure you will all enjoy! Check out our new Leadership website, and you will find activities ranging from sports skills and workouts, to fun challenges, baking, art, and even magic…

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Lanna International School performance at the Model United Nations Conference

LANNA students, along with those from eight other international schools, participated in the Chiang Mai Model United Nations (CMMUN) conference hosted by Prem Tinsulanonda International School in Mae Rim. Continuing a tradition that has now lasted more than fifteen years, Lanna students researched, drafted resolutions, negotiated agreements, and gave speeches on pressing world issues. Among…

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Teenage Insomnia

For those of us lucky enough to have regular sleep patterns this may not be something we think about too much, but for many teenagers insomnia is a huge problem. How well does your child sleep each night?  For how long? What do you do to make sure they get a good night’s sleep? I’ve…

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Lanna Library Service Update

It’s been an exciting year for Lanna’s libraries!  Both libraries have been redesigned – a brand new purpose built Primary Library on the new campus and an extended Secondary Library with new shelves and furniture for a flexible, multi-purpose space.  And then there’s all the usual library stuff – new books, audiobooks, ebooks, databases, bookfairs,…

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IGCSE Enterprise in Action

Hello everyone, this is Stephen and Jun from Year 10. We are a part of the Enterprise Class. Being the first class to try the Enterprise IGCSE, we didn’t know much of what we were going into except some of the basics of the class. After almost a year of being in the Enterprise class,…

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Technology Developments at Lanna

As you are already aware, Lanna offers secondary students a one to one Lenovo laptop that is currently in the second year of rollout that has pre-installed applications that are both manageable and offer considerable added value in the learning process.  Next academic year will see the current year 9 and year 6 students utilising…

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Lanna Hosts Chiang Mai MUN

On November 9th and 10th, Lanna honourably hosted Chiang Mai Model United Nations (CMMUN). This event took place in Amora Hotel and was brimmed with approximately 220 determined delegates from over 10 different schools in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. The whole event was brilliantly orchestrated by Ms.Mandy and Ms.Mumu along with the endless efforts…

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Summer School 2019

Lanna International School is happy to announcethat we will once again be running our hugely popular Summer School this July from 1st to the 26th of July. Right now we are welcoming enrolment for students aged 5 to 18, for our fantastic four weekprogramme. Join us to experience Thailand, improve your English language skills and have…

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Digital Detox Day

Do you think you could go a whole day without looking at your phone? What would it be like for everyone in an entire secondary school to go without phones and computers for a whole day? To go back to what it used to be like when people had to talk to each other. In…

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Dublin Literary Awards

Each year Chiang Mai’s Citylife magazine runs a writing competition as part of the Dublin Literary awards. It is an annual competition that asks students to write a piece of about a thousand words inspired by a given title. This year the title was “Moving Forward” and students were given free rein to interpret that…

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