Three weeks term break at HDS
On 10th of October DEPDC’s Half Day School (HDS) went into its term break. For most of our students and teachers that means three weeks to relax and recreate.
After studying hard since 11th of May, our students wrote their mid-year exams between 7th and 9th of October and went into the term break afterwards. Most of the teachers at HDS corrected their students exams and went into holiday as well. Only one teacher and a group of about 10 students are at the school during the term break to improve their Thai language skills during an intense extra course.
For those students interested in dancing, our Thai Yai teacher offers lessons in traditional Thai Yai dances on a few days during the term break to keep these dances alive that otherwise might be forgotten in the future.
On 2nd of November the new term will start and we are looking forward to see all our students back and hope that they will be as successful during the second part of the year as during the first part.
Posted on October 22, 2015, in General, Half Day School and tagged anti-trafficking, chiang rai, child rights, DEPDC/GMS, education, Greater Mekong Sub-region, Half Day School, Mae Sai, Northern Thailand, prevention, Thailand. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.