Live and Learn How to Deal With Your Teenager by Kru Dokmai, Head Teachers (Thai) I’d like to share what I read about how to deal with teenagers. As many of you know I have 2 children. They are 11 and 6 years old. For the older girl, I imagine it will be easy … Read More
Yodphet Sudsawad, Panyaden International School Founder, gave a media interview about Panyaden’s measures to Chiang Mai air situation recently: “We have monitored the Chiang Mai Haze closely and realise that government agencies have managed the haze issue by short term policies of forest fires eradication. We appreciate the way officers work at full capacity even … Read More
Let Them Do Nothing! by Kru Michel, Primary School Principal With a school break approaching, kids are often looking forward to lots of computer or TV time while parents start scheduling activities and fill up the schedule so no one gets bored. Nothing wrong with joining a club or playing video games but there is … Read More
Panyaden Youth Theatre Presents Mary Poppins the Musical Theatre Only 3 more days to go! Our students are really excited and have been working very hard during rehearsals, let’s all support their efforts! The performance is on Friday, 23 February 2018, from 4pm to 5pm at the school Assembly Hall. You can get your tickets … Read More
Venerable Ajahn Jayasaro at Panyaden, 7 November 2017 A wonderful opportunity for the school community as Venerable Ajahn Jayasaro visits Panyaden. Beginning with an alms round in the morning, Venerable Jayasaro spent time with students and teachers before giving a Dhamma Talk to the wider community after school. Venerable Jayasaro was impressed by the incredible … Read More
Who makes the rules? We do! By fully involving Panyaden International School students in making agreements, whether in the classroom, at the swimming pool or at home, we encourage a sense of personal responsibility towards them. Click to see more photos of Panyaden Year 6/7 making swimming pool rules signboards.
Harvested at Panyaden 9 bags of rice grain ready for the mill. From field to the table, all by the students themselves!