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27 Feb-1 March 2019
2 poems by Gabi aged 9
Birds fly out of their nests
Elephants swim in the...
18 - 22 February, 2019
It was another busy week for the students of Nord Anglia Hong Kong as they travelled to Thailand to explore Kanchanaburi Province. A day of WW2 History, an elephant service project...
11-15 February 2019
The Barge Program was delighted to welcome students from the newly opened Wellington College International School, Bangkok, for their first ever residential trip. The intrepid explorers headed...
13 - 15 March 2019
A small group of 16 students from Garden International School joined the Barge team for three days in Chantaburi. During their trip, they had fun learning about the importance of the mangrove...
11 – 13 March, 2019
What a fun week we had with Rattanaburi students, coming all the way from Surin! Our aim this week was to practice our English skills while learning about the natural world and the importance of our mangrove and marine habitats, and the...
14-17 Jan 2019
We finally escaped the smog of Bangkok and arrived in the beautiful fresh air of Charloem Rattanakosin National Park. After checking in to our accommodation, we started preparing for our jungle cooking session....
In the early morning, we drove nine very excited but incredibly well behaved ELC, Y4 students to Khao Yai. We were so lucky to have many real world educational opportunities. For example, immediately upon our arrival there was a gibbon using unusual calls to locate...
13-15 February 2019
We were joined in Khao Yai by year 4 students from Regent’s International School Bangkok. As we entered through the gates of the National Park the atmosphere changed from restlessness to excitement. Students...
20 – 22 February 2019
Arriving at the historical Fort Pom Phet before lunchtime, Grade 4 started their Ayutthayan adventure by observing the river and comparing its uses today to those in the 14th – 16th centuries. This...
11 - 15 February, 2019
Exploring Life in The North (Chiang Mai)
The students were invited to reflect on their relationship with and impact on the environment and learned about the natural world, focusing specifically on mountains. One of the...
Khao Yai National Park
4 – 8 February 2019
The students immersed themselves to their new wild surroundings and adapted to the rainforest environment very quickly. The students were treated to some wonderful wildlife moments...
28 January – 1 February, 2019
Naomi, Te, and I were waiting at 8am on Monday in the red and white halls of the prestigious Bromsgrove international school, peering at the accolades of previous alumni that adorn the walls, through...
20-25 January, 28 January - 1 February, 2019
Like driftwood washed up on the beach, residential programs contribute to the change and growth in young people.
Y6 students from Bangkok Patana International School...
9-11 January 2019
After a long journey to Kanchanaburi, we arrived at the famous Bridge over the River Kwai for our first history lesson and some sketching of the bridge. After lunch we explored the Jeath Museum, and were lucky...
21, 22 and 23 January, 2019
Exploring the Chao Phraya
Having arrived early in order to prepare, (the deck was soon cleared, journals and pencils clipped together, life jackets laying in neat rows,) our barge team settled in for what we...
8 - 11 January, 2019
An adventure in Chantaburi
Camping at Khao Kitchikut,
Having fun jungle cooking,
14 – 16, 16 – 18 January, 2019
On a morning reminiscent of 18th century London smog, Bangkok was barely visible as the barge team left early on Monday, happy to be leaving the city behind for the sands and sea of Chantaburi....
12-13 January, 2019
ISB Girl Scouts joined us for a weekend on the Barge. The girls were great to work with; they actively engaged in Barge Crews cooking yummy breakfast, lunch and dinners for the...