An international school often has students attending school for short periods of time due to parental employment contracts and other personal reasons. Recently RBIS enrolled a your girl from China in Year 1 and she spent two months in Ms Skinner’s class.
Her name was Pearl and her parents regrettably had to return to China and take Pearl out of school to place her in a school in China. After Pearl left, I received this letter from her parents and I want to share some of it with you today
“Pearl’s visit to Thailand and study in RBIS has come to an end and we want to thank you for the generous assistance provided to Pearl during her stay. In her time at RBIS we witnessed how much she enjoyed her time there especially her involvement in swimming and music. Her English improved dramatically and she always completed her Thai and English homework.”
“Although it was only a two-month stay at RBIS we are convinced that the courage, independence, problem solving abilities and interpersonal skills she learned will be the treasure of her life.”
“So thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support and tolerance. We also appreciate your understanding of a busy couple living and working in two different countries.”
Thank you and Regards
Howay and Amy
It is truly gratifying to receive a letter from parents sharing that our school had such an influence on their daughter within a short time. RBIS strives to meet the needs of every student and the experience of Pearl during her short time with us is evidence of the impact a school can have on youngster.
At RBIS, we celebrate the teaching and learning moments that change lives
Dr Bruce Robinson