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Becoming well-rounded “gentlemen” and “ladies”

Educators wrack brains on how to teach sex education in Thai schools

Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya holds pool party for school kids

Asian University inviting scholarship applications

ISE Social News

Becoming well-rounded “gentlemen” and “ladies”

6Q Learning Camp at the Horseshoe Point

“Building a Better You Camp” held at the Horseshoe Point Resort & Country Club by the 6Q Society Group has proven its success to realize the potential of youth in various dimensions, such as the 6Qs – Intelligent Quotient (IQ), Emotional Quotient (EQ), Adversity Quotient (AQ), Moral Quotient (MQ), Play Quotient (PQ), and Creative Quotient (CQ).

Dr. Sirikorn Maneerintr speaks to the young learners about becoming the best they can be.

With a number of well-known and experienced facilitators from all sectors in Thailand, led by Sirikorn Maneerin, honorable advisor to the prime minister and former deputy minister of the Education Ministry; Chulapak Kruesopon, country manager of Samsung Thailand; Khem Kritteera Inponvichit, MC of At Ten Variety Show; Pie Pattareeya Na Nakorn, PR director of Gucci Thailand, and many more; this gathering of professions created a strong value of youth development.

The young people learn their best to become, as everyone should, well-rounded “gentlemen” and “ladies.”

All learning activities during October 23-25 at the Horseshoe Point provided a magnificent opportunity for the young participants to develop their capabilities and learn their best to become, as everyone should, well-rounded “gentlemen” and “ladies.”

The learning activities provided a magnificent opportunity for the young participants to develop their capabilities.

Educators wrack brains on how to teach sex education in Thai schools

Education scholars, social workers, teachers and youths have urged the government to improve sex education in the country’s schools. The participants, in a seminar on how to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS among Thai teenagers, suggested that sex education should be integrated into other academic subjects, including Thai literature.

Teaching about sex should not be limited to hygienic studies in the classrooms, as it is at present, an education expert, Sirikorn Maneerin, told the seminar. The issues that should be included in sex education for children are HIV virus infection, teen pregnancy, equal rights between men and women and the respect for a woman’s right to decline sexual intercourse, she said.

More than 1,000 participants have been brainstorming on how to teach Thai school children about sex, at a three-day seminar which started in Bangkok on October 25. (TNA)

Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya holds pool party for school kids

Kid’s Pool Animation Party – “Take time to be kind”

Ariyawat Nuamsawat

The Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya held a pool party for pupils of Pattaya School No. 7 on October 17. Led by Urs Mosimann, the hotel’s executive assistant manager, the “Kid’s Pool Animation Party – Take Time to be Kind” was part of an ongoing social project aimed at benefiting the community and giving the children a chance at broadening their experiences during their school break. The party also marked the hotel’s 3rd anniversary.

Twenty-four children from the school’s Primary Class 6 attended the special event which included a host of fun activities including swimming, a banana boat tug-of -war, cable pan racing, ‘jump rope on a surfboard’, pool ballet, and a club dance session.

Afterwards, a hearty lunch was devoured by the group of children, whose happy faces glowed with joy. At the end of the day Roland A. Nicolich, the hotel’s director of food & beverage gave the kids souvenirs and everyone joined in a photo session so the children could take back mementoes of this happy occasion.

At the end of the day everyone joined in a photo session.

Kids from Pattaya School No. 7 appeared to be having the time of their lives.

The cable pan racing was a fun-filled team event.

The pool ballet had everyone enjoying themselves.

Asian University inviting scholarship applications

Asian University is now inviting applications for admission to undergraduate studies in Engineering, Business and Liberal Arts, as well as MBA programmes for the 2005 academic year beginning in August 2005.

A number of scholarships are available to students of Thai nationality at both the undergraduate and MBA levels. The minimum GPA required for scholarship eligibility at the undergraduate level is 2.75 and for the graduate level 3.00.

Qualification tests will be held at the Asian U campus on November 20.

Applications forms may be downloaded from www. asianust.ac.th and submitted as an email attachment to [email protected] from now until the test date. For further information call 038 754 450 or 02 253 4771.

ISE Social News

Dining and dancing at HJB’s
The ISE Middle and High School social group recently enjoyed themselves at the dine and dance event held at Henry J. Bean’s.

ISE High School students enjoy career talking
Ms. Lela Aukes Niemer from KLM Airlines was invited to ISE to share her airline career experiences with Middle and High School students.

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