EPAC Holds its 1st Ever Over-night Field Trip for our EP-M1 Students!

   On the 21st and 22nd of October 2014, the English Program of Assumption College conducted an event called “Cross-Curricular Field Trip Activities 2014” for our EP-M1 students. The activities were integrated from all content groups.In addition, on the first day our students participated in activities at the “Samutsakorn Science Centre for Education” with the topic: “Decreasing Global Warming by 4Rs”. The purposes of these activities were to help our students learn about global warming and how they could do their part to help our environment.

 

  For the next activity, Master Niwach took our students to Wat-Cork (Samutsakorn province) to practice meditation, making merit by giving offerings and listening to a sermon by the monk, which is the way to guide our students in the way of Buddhism. During the evening segment of the program we had the Cross-Curricular and Integrated Activity at the Assumption College English Program Rama 2 Campus, the focal point of which was watching the movie “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. The purpose was to inspire the students to do a related activity in teams, responding to every kind of knowledge (English, Culture and Ethics).

 

  On the second day, our students participated in activities related to Mathematics, Health and Home Economics by using chocolate as the medium for learning. When all activities were finished, the students arrived back at school through the care of our teachers who were on duty for this camp.