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Eighty high school and university students learned about the environment and marine conservation at a five-day educational camp organized by the Royal Thai Navy.
Eighty students from across Thailand enjoyed a week of sports and tourist attractions during a nine-day anti-drug camp organized by the Royal Thai Navy.

UK football coach donates kit to Thai children

Friday, 03 May 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 18 By Luke Bishop
A coach from a children’s football club in Southwest London has donated his team’s football kit to former street kids in Thailand. Adam Thornton, Club Welfare Officer at Battersea-based BedHead…

Songkran - a traditional start

Friday, 26 April 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 17 By Derek Franklin
No sooner has the month of April arrived and people are making plans to leave Pattaya. Social network sites are full of people, mostly expatriates, complaining about too much water…
Fun and meaningful efforts to enhance life skills for Thai youth through the power of sports and play If we are to ask children what they enjoy doing the most,…
Jesters Care for Kids Charity Drive 2013 Jesters Care for Kids Charity Drive, Pattaya Street Kids Support and Share Love with Friends presented 80 packs of rice, each weighing 5.5…

Chon Ratsadorn student achieves perfect score on O-Net exam

Friday, 19 April 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 16
One student at Chon Ratsadorn Amroong School scored a perfect 100 on Thailand’s national O-Net standardized exams, leading a parade of gifted students passing university entrance exams at the Pattaya…

St Andrews ends term with Songkran celebration

Friday, 19 April 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 16 By Bank P. Saengsawang
Last Friday, St Andrews students, teachers and friends were celebrating the end of Term Two with our annual Songkran Celebration. Children were celebrating the day by playing water games and…
Nearly 250 area youths and hill tribe children honored the royal family by becoming Buddhist novices in ordination ceremonies at two Sattahip temples. At Sattahip Temple April 7, 86 youths…
‘Was it okay to quote my father?’  ‘How do I create references to sources within the text?’ ‘Is the layout of my article equivalent to what I would see in…
The Regent’s School Pattaya and Amnesty International Thailand have just announced the results of the inaugural Young Journalist of the Year Thailand awards.  Several thousand students from 20 international schools…

Garden goes M.A.D.

Friday, 12 April 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 15 By Mark Beales Photos by Ritche Guisona
Garden International School (GIS) was packed for a special night of Music, Art and Drama (MAD). The evening featured displays of artwork in a gallery-style setting, several drama sketches and…

An unusual purchase for Camillian Social Centre

Friday, 12 April 2013 Issue Vol. XXI No. 15 By William Macey
It is always something to look forward to, a visit to the Camillian Social Centre in Bang Chang. The one thing you can guarantee when you visit the centre is…
The flags were out, the stage was up and the food stalls were prepared - International Day returned on March 29th at The Regent’s School Pattaya for another year, upholding…
On Friday 22nd March the Parent Teachers Group at St. Andrews International School organized their first Sponsored Walk-a-Thon on the School Field. The aim of the event was to create…
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