The K3B Panda Class at Wells International Kindergarten has been incorporating songs into their daily literacy work. Once students gain appreciation for a given song, (and watch the cartoon video a few times) the class practices singing the song using only the ‘words’ (without the video). Then the class gets […]
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Evidence of Online Learning Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the Wells Community has had to transition to distance learning for about two months. Despite the challenge, the teachers and students quickly adapted. We made the most of the situation, continuing to deliver quality lessons to students. Teachers ensured the […]
December 5, marks the day the people of Thailand celebrate former King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s birthday. He was born on December 5th 1927 in the United State of America. King Bhumibol Adulyadej captured the hearts of the Thai people through his devotion to improving the welfare and well-being of his subjects. […]
On Sunday, November 10th, we held our largest and fifth annual Model United Nations (MUN) conference, WISMUN V, with approximately 200 students representing fifteen other international schools in the area. The conference began with an opening ceremony, in which our keynote speaker, Prima Pupornchai, our MUN club founder, gave a […]
Loy Krathong is a significant ancient Thai tradition celebrated in November. This year, it took place on November 11th. The origins of this tradition are derived from a ceremony in connection with water, an essential element of Thai life and culture. Wells International School On Nut Campus organized activities for […]