Students travelled to the Thonburi area for an altogether enlightening science based field trip.Details
Mr. Wasunthara joined our transportation fun day as a guest to tell us his experience as a rider of a big motorcycle. He has been riding for fifteen years and has traveled on his bike around the world. His recent trip with his team of seventeen riders took them from Bangkok to Laos, China, and…Details
C3 completed their learning about “Healthy Eating” with a restaurant role-play activity. The children set the table, identified the table items and their use, and how to hold the utensils. They then became customers and waiters greeting, taking orders, and serving food. It was great fun and a valuable learning session.Details
Teddy Bear Picnic
The Child Center students invited their teddies to school today for a few hours of excitement. All gathered together for a scrumptious picnic in the Child Center building. An adventure to Nichada’s fun play area was another highlight of their day. An unforgettably great day was had by all students and their teddy bears alike!
Rose Marie Academy held its annual “Sports Day” on December 7, 2018, with all manner of fun activities. It was a huge success with parents also participating in games which really motivated their children. Khun Wanchai Chaiyasit, our Deputy Executive Director, gave a warm welcome to all who joined. The day was full of fun, cheers, laughter, and exciting activities.
Eager to be part of everything, children engaged in various activities including tug of war, golf ball stack, hula hoop shot, shoe kick, and the sponge race to name but a few.
All Students, along with parents, demonstrated amazing agility, coordination, and keenness in the effort to do their best.
The day ended with our teachers congratulating the students on their efforts and awarding a certificate of achievement to all the worn out participants!
Amazing National Costumes Celebrating the Diversity of BeautyDetails
Lower Primary students were studying “Life Cycles”. A cocoon was found and kept in a jar. After two weeks, it turned into a butterfly. It was fed some watermelon and then set free after one day. The students said “good-bye” to the beautiful butterfly and watched sadly as it flew away.Details
Another successful joint field trip under Senior and Junior High Schools’ belt! Setting off early Tuesday morning, we arrived at Santorini Amusement Park before noon, giving students the chance to experience a few adrenalin rushes before lunch. Next was Camel Republic where we had the opportunity to rub shoulders with a few dromedaries and wander around the mock Moorish souk. After an exhausting hour or so, it was time to get to our hotel to check in and relax for a while. Evening time we partook in some rather tasty Indian cuisine which seemed to go down well with all the crew!
The second day saw us at the Go Kart track, quite a thrill, as most students had not experienced this before. All who fancied themselves as a budding Stirling Moss or Jenson Button got to ride with one of our intrepid teachers. Later, a well deserved lunch was had at a beautiful restaurant in an even more beautiful location owned and run by the Royal Thai Air Force. With full stomachs we headed to “For Art’s Sake” a mind blowing 3D art museum where students were able to imagine and photograph themselves in striking situations. Evening time was spent mooching around Hua Hin night market picking up souvenirs.
Our final full day started at Khao Takiab Temple, where the views are spectacular and the monkeys rather cheeky. Stomach’s then steered us to OX, a wonderful seafood restaurant on the Pranburi coast. Next was Rajabhakdi Park where we had a tour around the imposing statues of former Thai monarchs. Finally we spent the afternoon cooling off at Vana Nava, Hua Hin’s finest water park. Students had an amazing time sampling all the thrill a minute rides, another first for many of them!