Special Weeks

Projectweek Thailand (photos)

Projectweek Thailand (photos)

Thai Fashion

The students in Thai Fashion and Fabrics got an introduction to Thai regional fashions and Thai silk. They painted Thai motifs on scarves, designed their own styles with textures, and make Thai paper dolls with traditional outfits.

Students took a trip to the Queen Sirikit Textile museum where they learned about her personal style, as well as got an opportunity to try on traditional Thai clothes and explore the hands-on museum exhibits. Finally, students who took part in the Thai Fashion and Fabrics presentation, created and put on a mini fashion show, with all students and teachers dressed for the part!

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Projectweek Kindergarten (photos)

Projectweek Kindergarten (photos)

Animals of Thailand

In Kindergarten during the project week we focused on animals of Thailand. Each class learned about a different animal: chickens/roosters, snakes and elephants. The workshops included singing, dancing, playing and doing crafts. At the end of the week the children presented a short song/dance on stage.

Our program during the project week consisted of cooking a Thai dish, water play day and a "5-senses-hike" to a nearby lake. 

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Projectweek Thailand (photos)

Projectweek Thailand (photos)

 

A great experience for snake lovers!

Students got to experience snakes up close during an exciting two day snake workshop! Students got to meet giant anacondas, king cobras, and pythons. Scientists explained and showed students how snakes get milked for venom, which is used to save lives for people bitten by snakes. The second day students spent sharing their new knowledge about the slithering snakes. Students even got to smell, taste, and "hear" like snakes do. A great experience for snake lovers and those curious to learn more!

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Projectweek Thailand (photos)

Projectweek Thailand (photos)

 

Basket weaving

Basket weaving is one of the oldest handicraft techniques in the world.

In our workshop we wanted to learn about the historical background of this craftsmanship in Thailand. Professional basket weavers who produce baskets on a daily basis in an OTOP (One Tambon One Village Product) village in Rayong came to our school and gave us an insight into basket weaving  and showed us how to make our very own basket. We learned about the sourcing and the process of the material for the production of the baskets.

At the end all students were proud owners of a self-made “takra” (basket in Thai).

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Projectweek Thailand (photos)

A cheesy experience – Buffalo Mozzarella in Thailand

Day 1

20 fully motivated students rushed into the classroom, curious to check out the situation. Different tasks invited them to work either alone or in pairs on several topics, such as water buffalo, milk and cheese production. In addition, students made their own cheese in the school kitchen.

Day 2

On the second day, we went to Murrah Farm by bus. Murrah Farm is the first farm to produce Buffalo-Mozzarella. We learned a lot about buffalo and could watch the mozzarella production.

After lunch, we could visit the stables. We were even allowed to feed and pet the buffalo.

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Projectweek Lernzwerge (photos)

Projectweek Lernzwerge (photos)

A week full of animals

During our project week the Lernzwerge were on Thailand’s wild animals trail. As art activities we have made snakes and a giraffe, we painted our faces as tigers and were searching for animals under water. On Thursday we have baked hedgehog-buns for our brunch with the parents to celebrate the final of the project week.

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