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High School: Our local global citizens

A wonderful International Day to end a great first half term. And a success story of two inspired Y11 students making a huge difference as global citizens to a community. We have much to celebrate and look ahead to this half-term.

Our High School International Day on the last day before half-term was a wonderful celebration of our global community, in the costumes, the flag parades and Assemblies, the fantastic performances in the Atrium at Break, all of the different activities the students took part in during the day and, of course, the International Day Buffet. Thank you again to the PTG and all of the Country Reps who worked so hard on this

Global Citizens

Over half-term I heard a great story about two of our students being responsible global citizens.

Earlier this year, Mieng-Kum (Year 11) attended an MIT Firehouse Chat with Professor Amos Winter, on Product Design for Developing and Emerging Markets, in which he discussed examples of work on wheelchairs and prosthetic limbs. Inspired by this, Mieng Kum contacted Professor Winter, and then visited the Prostheses Foundation of H.R.H the Princess Mother, in Chiang Mai. Mieng Kum spent two days at the Foundation,  observing and helping the doctors and staff create and develop affordable prosthetic legs and this inspired her to find more ways to support the work of the Foundation.

Wheel Chair Charity, Fundraising Food Cooking

Mieng-Kum and her sister, Mee-Wan (Year 9) then created the Fund For Legs program, cooking and then selling candied almonds to raise over 80,000 baht - enough to make approximately 20 prosthetic legs - which she then donated to the Foundation. From the inspiration in an online talk with an MIT Professor, to real action that has changed the lives of people here in Thailand - what a great STA Success Story!

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Looking ahead

We now have another very busy nine weeks until our Christmas Fair and Concerts and the end of term. As usual, I have included a calendar except below, and collated a pdf version of the High School Calendar for the second half of term which you can download here. Please remember that all the school's live Google Calendars can be seen via Moodle: calendar.standrews.ac.th

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Mr Roo
Head of High School