Each year we welcome over 2,500 students and staff from schools worldwide.
Our 2022-23 Programs
Amnuay Silpa observation of bugs
Observing bugs with Amnuay Silpa Y5 August 23,2022. After learning about animals in the classroom, Amnuay Silpa students were excited to be digging in the soil, peeping behind dead bark and bird watching during their fieldtrip at Bang Sai. From reptiles and mammals to amphibians, birds and insects we were amazed at how many species we saw in a few hours.
PASCHE Goethe Institute Netzwerk Klima Conference
29 July - 7 August 2022 A fantastic week exploring issues about climate change and creating positive actions that participants from Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand would implement on the return to their country. Using Compass Education tools, role play, analysis of beach clean up materials and visits to communities and National Parks, Traidhos Barge Program was happy to partner with Pasche and Goethe Institute to help deliver this program.
Harrow House Camp group sit
September 15, Harrow International School, Byron House. Getting to know each other and having fun in a new environment found Harrow Students planting rice, playing games and cooking Thai snacks during their annual house camp. Good luck for great working together this school year!
Amnuay Silpa Water Conservationists
September 13, 14 found Students from Amnuay Silpa investigating causes of water pollution through games, chemical testing, hunting for macro invertebrates to use as bio indicators and river observations. It was a busy day next to the Chao Phraya River but it gave everyone a real sense of how important the Chao Phraya River is.
Chanthaburi Mangroves with Berkeley G11 - 12
October 3 - 5, 2022 Beautiful forest Fast, musical waterfall Natural fish spa Stand up Paddleboards Skies filled with brahminy kites Village festival Laughing, playing games Forest feast cooked together Beach and pool fun times
Kanchanaburi Berkeley G9 - 10
3 - 5 October 2022
Prem G10 Leadership & Biodiversity October 2022
For Prem Learning Week, Grade 10 focused on environmentalism. They explored questions of biodiversity, marine ecosystem health and sustainability through a wide variety of activities over four full days. Students studied water quality using macro-invertebrates from a stream on Doi Inthanon. They discovered the impacts of ocean acidification on marine life through hands on experimentation. By the end of the week, G10 made personal pledges towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
ELC History Hunters in Ayutthaya
October 25-27, 2022 ELC Y6 students had a great time investigating the UNESCO World Heritage site in Ayutthaya, as they explored the value of museums and considered whether ancient ruins should be restored to their original splendour or valued for the sense of time that they communicate. They role played being archaeologists and interpreting evidence as well as playing games looking at the meeting of cultures.