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IB Y2 ESS Field Trip: Samsen Water Works

IB Y2 ESS Field Trip: Samsen Water Works

On the 30th of October, the IB Environmental Systems and Societies (ESS) Year 2 class went on a field trip to the Samsen Water Works station in Bangkok for an off-campus learning experience. Our international students had a chance to make connections between the classroom and the real-world. While studying […]

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Teaching a Practical, Global Perspective

Part of Wells International School’s mission as an educational institution comprises the continual reevaluation of our standard courses, making them more practical and relevant to students’ modern experiences. Additionally, we strive to introduce new opportunities for them to learn more about their surrounding world through the addition of germane elective courses at the high school level. One such program is the World Religions course, an elective offered to upper high school students, and the first of many classes that emphasize the pragmatic application of the knowledge gained during the period of study. Given the volatile nature of religious conflict in the modern world, young adults must become aware of the necessity for tolerance and understanding of other viewpoints.