Bromsgrove International School, Bangkok

10 – 14 October, 2016



On 10 October we welcomed Bromsgrove International School from Bangkok. The group spent one of their five days with us learning about fire-building techniques.

First up was fire lighting – the students learned how to light a fire using a flint and steel and the benefits of this method over more popular and convenient ones.



In the second activity they had the opportunity to try two types of bonfire: teepee and pyramid.



The third part of the learning experience was probably the favourite – cooking campfire bread!



0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

September 2022 Committed, engaged and open minded sum up the characteristics students from Hua Hin brought to their exploration of northern Thailand. It did not matter if it was playing with village

July 2022 It is easy to condemn elephant tourism, but this group of young people from America wanted to understand some of the issues and see for themselves. They chose to spend a large part of their

Our first international post covid group arrived in July and reminded us of the impact VSP can have in the local community. Students were committed to completing their service project but it was much