“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”
Here at Harrow Bangkok, we consider community service as a fundamental aspect of our students’ education. Students consider their place in the world, the privileges which are theirs and their ability to improve the lives of others. Contributions to community service are required as part of the annual House Award alongside academic success and is integral to the Leadership & Service Curriculum for both the Prep and SR5 phases. They are also a requirement of our graduating Harrow Prize and the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. Each year opportunities to participate in community service prove incredibly popular with the wider community. Amongst these are the 67 kilometre ‘Ride for Rainbow’, rice-cropping in Lopburi, visits to the Mae Sot migrant community and educational outreach at the Beaumont School in Chaiyaphum.
Shortlisted for two categories at the Annual British International Schools Awards 2018 in London, Harrow Bangkok are the proud winners of the Outstanding Community Initiative. READ MORE.