Flu Vaccination Programme
This Friday is our vaccination programme in conjunction with Samitivej Children’s hospital. This will start at 1 pm in the Drama Studio. If you would like your children or any other members of your family to take this opportunity to protect themselves from the flu for the rest of the year, please sign up using this form.
Flu Vaccination Form
At the end of the Google form, you can download the medical forms, which must be completed for everyone who is having the vaccination. These must be brought with you on the day of the vaccination. Each shot is a very reasonable 590 Baht. Payment needs to be made on the day either in cash, by card or using QR code.
*Please remember that a family member needs to collect your child from class and take them for the vaccination. You may collect the children from class before the end of the day to have their vaccination. Following the vaccination the children should be taken home.
On Monday 11th November we will be celebrating Loy Kratong in school. For those of you who are new to Thailand, Loy Krathong takes place on the evening of the full moon of the 12th month in the traditional Thai lunar calendar and is a celebration at the end of the rainy season paying thanks to the water goddess, Mae Kongkha (Mother of Waters). The krathongs which people make and float on the waterways of Thailand are offerings to her.
The day will begin with two special assemblies - details of which will follow. Parents are very welcome to come along. The children will then have the opportunity to make their own krathongs in class.
Children and staff will all come to school wearing traditional Thai costume. These costumes will be readily available from local markets - our nearest market is behind Pridi Banomyong Soi 2 - large supermarkets and specialist stores, such as Phahurat.com.