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Service Learning: CAS, Conference and the Community

This week in the world of CAS we have been jam packed with events as delegates attended the ServICE and MUN Conferences held at NIST and STA.


On Sunday 26 November, students from international schools across Bangkok made their way to our High School to participate in St Andrews’ annual Model United Nations (MUN) conference. With the guidance of advisor Ms Tamara, our MUN extracurricular members worked tirelessly to reach out to a total of 96 chairs and delegates from the American School Bangkok Sukhumvit, the American School Bangkok Green Valley, Regents Pattaya, Regents Bangkok, International Community School, St. Stephens and Bangkok Prep to come and take part in a day’s worth of fruitful debate regarding the world’s most pressing issues. This included gender inequality in the Syrian Arab Republic; the Crimean Annexation; implementing access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy; counter terrorism for dealing with ISIS and reaching consensus on nuclear disarmament. In their best formal wear, the world leaders of tomorrow showed us that no idea is impossible and that no voice should go unheard.

Speaking up was hard at first, but once you had the confidence to do it, it became easier. When everybody got engaged in the debates and resolution writing, the conference was really fun. I’d like to do it again. Maelle and Marika, two year 11 students speaking about their first MUN conference at STA
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If you are interested in the Model United Nations ECA, please contact Ms Tamara McChristie in room 3eR. We hold meetings every Wednesday lunchtime and participate in weekend conferences in Bangkok and abroad. All High School students are welcome to join, especially CAS students.

ServICE Conference

Recently STA students had the opportunity to attend ServICE Conference

Hear what our students had to say about the ServICE conference:

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