Welcome from the Head of Secondary
The Secondary Department of Rayong English Programme School (REPS) promotes innovation, critical thinking, and collaboration. Our students study in an engaging and challenging environment with low student-teacher ratio, and the curricula of this department have all been adapted according to MOE regulations to meet the standards of the growing needs of a bilingual school. At REPS, we know that our students are the future leaders of our world, so we strongly encourage them to take responsibility for their learning and to comply with policies that demonstrate the school’s core values of knowledge, character and leadership.
The Secondary Department is probably the most important part of the school, preparing your sons and daughters for their journeys beyond high school. Our qualified Thai and expatriate teachers work closely together to make sure that every student leaves REPS with an education that is best fitted to his or her abilities and onto a path that will lead to a positive future. To achieve a teaching and learning environment that helps our students fulfill their dreams, we offer individualized learning experiences to our lower ability students, as well as a number of special programs for our higher ability students. Moreover, our teachers are provided with professional development throughout the academic year, enabling them to keep up with changes in education and technology.
The secondary teachers are proud to be a part of your child’s education and achievements, but we know that these could not be accomplished without your continuous support. We know that parental involvement is vital to a child’s success, and that is why throughout these exciting times of change and growth, we do our best to keep you informed. Our secondary students have always produced fantastic results in the academics and in extracurricular activities, and I am confident that they will continue to be bigger and better as we move forward.
Amy De Nobrega
Head of Secondary
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