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Year 6 Thailand Trip Update: Day 3

Building walls, shopping, cooking and delivering food packages to the local community

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  • Year 6 Thailand Trip Update: Day 4
  • Year 6 Thailand Trip Update: Day 4
  • Year 6 Thailand Trip Update: Day 4

Good morning parents,

I hope you received my email last night explaining that we were having technical difficulties with the wifi yesterday, and therefore the blog post was unfortunately not sent.

The children had another fantastic day yesterday! We split off into our service groups to complete our second and third community projects.

Some children were busy mixing cement and building walls, whilst others were shopping, cooking and delivering food packages to the local community. 

After the projects, the children reflected upon the work they had completed and carefully considered the impact they are having on the villagers.

The afternoon involved the children engaging in a variety of free time activities including swimming, football and chill out time in the cafe.

Last night the children travelled in style to the night market and returned wearing caps, watches and sunglasses (some larger than their face!).

Kind regards,

Charlotte Prince
Year 6 Teacher

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