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Welcome to the Year Six Chiang Mai Experience. WELCOME TO THE YEAR 6 CHIANG MAI EXPERIENCE. WHO IS GOING AND WHEN?. Classes 6B, 6H, 6O, 6T: Sunday 16 th January – Friday 21 st January 2011 4 Class teachers Michelle Molesworth (LS) Helene Forrester - Brown (EAL)

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Welcome to the year 6 chiang mai experience

Welcome to the Year Six Chiang Mai Experience

WELCOME TO THE YEAR 6 CHIANG MAI EXPERIENCE

Bangkok Patana School Master Presentation


Who is going and when
WHO IS GOING AND WHEN?

Classes 6B, 6H, 6O, 6T:

Sunday 16th January –

Friday 21st January 2011

4 Class teachers

MichelleMolesworth (LS)

HeleneForrester-Brown (EAL)

Khun Ae (Y6 Assistant)

Khun Yam (Y6 Assistant)

KerryMeaden-Kendrick (Accreditation Chair)

KhunPook (Thai)

KhunSasi (Thai)

HelenFord (Speech Therapy)

Betsy Wu (PE)

Two Nurses

Classes 6E, 6G, 6P:

Sunday 23rd January –

Friday 28th January 2011

3 Class teachers

MichelleMolesworth (LS)

Khun Yam (Y6 Assistant)

KhunMou(Thai)

Rachel Stead (Music)

Maurice Sharp (Music)

IanMcDonald (ICT)

KhunCherry (ICT)

Angela Speirs(Senior Teacher)

Chris Mellor (PE)

Two Nurses


WHY DO WE GO?

Personal and Social Education

Curriculum Enrichment

Fun!


ENRICHING THE CURRICULUM

  • Humanities

  • Mountain Environments

  • Hill Tribe Communities

  • Farming

  • Outdoor Education

  • Trekking

  • Camping

  • Outdoor Cooking

  • PSHE

  • Friendship

  • Cooperation

  • Team Building

  • Empathy

  • Sharing and Giving

  • Science

  • Flora and Fauna Studies

  • Environments and Adaptation

  • Life Cycles and Life Processes

  • Art

  • Traditional Crafts

  • Sketching and Painting


WHERE DO WE GO AND HOW DO WE GET THERE?

Express Train

Sunday:

Depart HuaLamphong Station, Bangkok at 6pm

Arrive Chiang Mai Station

7:15am (approx.) Monday

Thursday:

Depart Chiang Mai Station, Bangkok at 4:30 p.m.

Arrive HuaLumpong Station,

Bangkok at 6:40 am (approx.) Friday

Chiang Mai

& Amphoe

Chiang Dao

Bangkok


WHERE DO WE STAY?

Traidhos Three Generation Centre for Learning

A safe and pleasant environment




Amphitheatre where we watch the cultural performance; enjoy the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.


CAMPING the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.


CAMPING... HYGIENE the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.


What do we do
WHAT DO WE DO? the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.


Activities at prem
ACTIVITIES AT PREM the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

  • Umbrella painting

  • Lantern making

  • Team building

  • Farming

  • Jungle Cooking


Trekking and nature walk
TREKKING AND NATURE WALK the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.


Hill tribe village and schools
HILL TRIBE VILLAGE AND SCHOOLS the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

Two non-government funded schools

Provide resources and play equipment

Geography Field Study


CHANG DAO ELEPHANT CENTRE the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

Elephants’ morning ‘shower’

Elephant ride

Learn about the elephants, see them at work.


Rafting
RAFTING the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

Lifejackets

Staff

Shallow, slow water


Water buffalo farm
WATER BUFFALO FARM the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

Bangkok Patana School Master Presentation


OTHER ACTIVITIES the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

  • Hill Tribe Museum

  • Farming – Planting and Harvesting

  • Drama Evening

  • River Study


FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

  • Comparative Studies – Chiang Mai and Bangkok

  • Field Reports

  • Land Use Survey of the Hill Tribe

  • Photography Competition

  • Poetry Competition

  • Instructional / Report Writing


WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR CHILDREN RETURN? the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

Please collect your children…

HuaLamphong Station, Bangkok

at 6:40am

Or BPS at 8:00am

on Friday

(Mr Knott/B.P.S. will be contacted if the train is late)

Please inform class teachers before you leave with your children.

No School on Friday


WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP? the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.


WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP? the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

UPDATE ONLINE FORMS:

DIETARY

MEDICAL

CONTACT DETAILS

Return parental agreement forms


DO THE CHILDREN NEED TO TAKE MONEY? the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.

  • They may take pocket money, 400-500 THB is more than enough.

  • Strictly no mobile phones or electronic games.

  • A donation to buy equipment for the Hill Tribe schools will be collected soon.


The best residential ever
THE BEST RESIDENTIAL EVER! the Khantoke dinner and release lanterns.


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