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Thammasat Secondary School

The newly opened Thammasat Secondary School, serving students aged 12-18, has been making headlines for its progressive curriculum aimed at encouraging independent thought, as well as its no-uniform policy. Under the same management as Thammasat University, the B100,000-a-year (for now) school has admitted just 102 students for its first academic year, with both parents and wannabe pupils made to take an entrance test before any child is admitted. Here, we speak to Thammasat Secondary School’s director, Sirirat Siricheepchaiyan, associate director, Dr. Sittichoke Tabthong and assistant director, Nithi Junthanu, about their attitude to education.

Emil and the Detectives (1954)

A selection of inspiring and uplifting stories from the Germany are coming to Siam Paragon for the annual German Film Week, starting Mar 16.