Explorers and Adventurers! Panyaden’s Grade 3 students get hands on experience of being an explorer, making a real-life link to their current unity of study, ‘Explorers and Adventurers’. A great opportunity to build resilience, overcome fears, build trust and work as a team.
Lots more photos of the students’ adventure here!
Panyaden students, teachers and parents joined together to celebrate this important date in the Buddhist calendar. Prathom 1 (P1) students sang the Makha Bucha song and every Primary student took part in presenting their interpretation of the Buddha’s discourse ‘Ovadha Patimokkha’: to cultivate the good, refrain from the bad and purify the mind.
Lots more photos here.
Young Wordsworths impressed watching parents, classmates and teachers with their clever and creative poems at the school’s annual Poetry Night last Thursday. Haiku, rhyming couplets, odes and free verse recited by students, parents and teachers in English and Thai. A wonderful literary occasion. Thank you everyone!
More photos and poems here on the blog.
Panyaden parents dazzled the whole school this morning with their hilarious and entertaining adaptation of the classic tale, ‘The Dragon Who Didn’t Like to Learn’, part of the school’s weekly ‘Stories in the Garden’ by parents. Thank you parents, we loved it!
More photos here.
We have been selected as one of the 40 Terra Award finalists out of 357 submissions. The award is the first international prize for contemporary earthen architecture. The final selection of the winner will be in July by Wang Shu, Pritzker Prize winner 2012.
(Above: photo and construction of Panyaden School by Chiangmai Life Construction.)