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Year 4 head to Khao Yai National Park

24 March 2014

On the morning of 5 March, students in Year 4 (ages 8 and 9) left school to travel 233 km to the tropical rainforest and national park of Khao Yai. Over the course of three days and two nights the pupils and their teachers learnt first-hand about the forest and the creatures that live within its boundaries. It was a fantastic trip.

  • Year 4 students visit Khao Yai National Park

The residential trip included a three hour walk through the forest, lakeside and hills. Beautiful views were the reward for the students’ efforts, as was seeing gibbons in their natural habitat. They also climbed around 100 steps to take in both the foot and the mouth of the stunning Haew Narok waterfall and sketch and draw what they found. The trip was also filled with successful night safaris, on which we saw elephants, porcupines, slow lorises and many deer.

Not only was this a once in a life time education experience, the children who attended showed great maturity, confidence and social skills to make the trip as rewarding for these reasons as educational reasons.