Tag Archives: primary students

Panyaden Giving Week 2016: Year 1-7

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Thank you! Panyaden International School primary students show their appreciation to the school’s support staff for all they do for us. Gardeners, caretakers, administration staff…. all received New Year gifts, cards and even a shoulder massage!

Click here for above Panyaden Giving Week (Year 1-7) photos.

Panyaden Year 1-7 Primary School Budding Day

Panyaden International School Primary Budding Day: student performance

Learning through teaching

Panyaden Budding Day 2016. Our primary students show their parents what they have learned this term by teaching them how to solve maths problems, how to dance, about the different types of electrical circuits….and much, much more. Budding Day not only celebrates what students have learned in Term 1, it also provides them with an opportunity to deepen understanding, practise presentation skills and work as a team.

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Panyaden Summer Programme 2016

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Love Nature, Love to Learn!

Panyaden School Summer Programme, May 23 – July 15, 2016

A dynamic programme of learning in Chiang Mai for pre-schoolers and primary students! Integrates key academic skills with projects based on nature appreciation, social contribution and life skills. Sign up now! Phone enquiries: 080 078 5115; email: info@panyaden.ac.th.

Loy Krathong 2015 celebrations

Making krathongs at Panyaden School Chiang Mai
Let’s celebrate Loy Krathong 2015!

Parents are warmly invited to make and float krathongs with us this Wednesday, 18 November 2015. We start by making and decorating our krathongs with kindergarten students at 8:30, followed by primary students at 13:10. See you here!

Asanha Bucha at Panyaden

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Preparations for commemorating Asanha Bucha Day started on Wednesday at Panyaden School. Our students made large candles to present our guest, the Venerable Ajahn Jiew from Wat Pha Yen Boon, Chiang Rai.

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Candle-making photos here on the blog. 

Today, we began with our Prathom 5-6 students presenting to their younger Anuban schoolmates the significance of this day, which is one of the most important Buddhist festivals of the year, marking the Buddha’s first sermon. The following day, Wan Khao Pansa, also marks the start of the Buddhist Lent, a time for doing good deeds and committing to the moral precepts. It is a time when monks retreat for three months during the rainy season for contemplation and religious studies.

Later in the day, our student representatives also gave the same bilingual presentation to the other primary students. A large candle was then presented to the Venerable Ajahn Jiew before we all went on to our school’s Buddha Sala for the ‘wien tien’ procession.

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After the ceremony, Ajahn Jiew visited the Kindergarten 3 students in their classroom answering questions like “Are there aliens?”’and ”Why do you shave your head?'” before conducting a talk for teachers, staff, parents and members of the public.

Ajahn Jiew spoke about the wisdom of Dhamma that already exists in nature and in us. The Buddha himself encourages us to investigate, experience and understand the Dhamma for ourselves. The Sangha is here to guide and point us to the Dhamma. The talk ended with a series of questions from the audience before Ajahn Jiew led everyone in a short meditation session.

Click here for Asanha Bucha Day photos.