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|Date & Time:||07-Feb-2018 07:00|
|Location:||The Ambassador's Residence, British Embassy (nearest BTS station: Ploenchit exit 1)|
|Member Cost:||THB 800.00|
Date: Wednesday 7th February
Time: 7.30 am (breakfast) for 8.00 am (start) and 9.00 am (end)
Cost: THB 800 net per person including breakfast. BCCT members only.
Pre-payment: here by Friday 2nd February 2018
Places are strictly limited to 50. Bookings will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-booking is required. No walks-in.
Note: admission to this event is via the main Wireless Road entrance.
All members attending this event need to be aware of the following:
1) Pre-booking is essential. No one will be admitted if they are not on the list of attendees notified to the Embassy by the BCCT prior to the event. Walk-ins are not permitted; stand in or replacement attendees must have their details forwarded to the Embassy 24 hours prior to the event;
Wellington College Bangkok, founded in the United Kingdom by Queen Victoria in 1859, is an international school that brings the best of British education with a strong emphasis on Wellington College values to a Thai context. In August 2018, Wellington College Bangkok is opening its doors for the first-time to boys and girls age 2-11 years old (Pre-Nursery to Year 6) in the first phase and will follow with Years 7-13 in the Secondary School in August 2019.
In becoming the most inspirational education provider in Thailand, WCIB is actively building upon the long and successful history of Wellington College, counted among top co-educational schools in the UK, with a reputation centred on excellence, both in provision and achievement. WCIB works in close collaboration with the storied founding institution, Wellington College UK, and the larger, highly successful Wellington College International family of schools in Shanghai, Tianjin and upcoming Hangzhou, to build a school which truly reflects the Wellington values and identity.