Loy Krathong has been a valuable tradition in Thailand for a long time. It reflects the importance and role of the river in the Thai way of life throughout history. Wells International School organized activities to celebrate the Loy Krathong tradition by allowing students in each level to make several […]
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At the beginning of every school year in Thailand, every student in Thailand participates in Wai Kru Day (Teacher Appreciation Day) to promote the respectable Thai tradition of giving thanks and appreciation for the kindness of teachers. On this occasion, they thank their teachers for giving them knowledge and wisdom, […]
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. […]
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 […]
As most of you all know, last week got started off with a special Thai holiday, Loy Kratong. This year’s celebration was a little bit different from past Loy Kratong days at Wells in that the children were allowed to participate in a number of activity stations which allowed them […]