Service, Seating, Stickers: Grade 8 trip to Nong Pla Man School

On Monday 7thOctober Grade 8walked to Nong Pla Man Schoolto further a relationship that had been started last year, when they had raised over 50,000THB to help build and equip a new multi-purpose space. The money had been used to supply the chairs for the large room and the visit was in order to unpack these, and stick labels on them which explain the cooperation between Prem and Nong Pla Man.

The grade 8 Prem students walked carefully and alertly to this local school. Once there they shared snacks and refreshments with their counterparts. As they knew each other from previous visits it was not long before the ice was broken and both groups were enjoying talking and laughing together.

Then all went into the new room and were greeted by the Nong Pla Man Director, and our own Aj.Tiew and Aj. Sarah explained how the students would be unpacking the new chairs and sticking the labels to the back of each. The students then set about this task with gusto! Before long the room was looking ready for use with rows of new seating, and each place labelled with the bright yellow stickers.

We thank Aj.Tiew and Aj. Sarah for leading this initiative and Aj.Mark, Aj. Michael, and Aj.Sonam for chaperoning. We would also like to acknowledge and thank the Personnel and Security staff for escorting us safely as well as kitchen staff for delivering snacks to the Nong Pla Man campus.

 

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