Monthly Archives: February 2016

Study Tour and Environmental Concern Activity

On Friday, 26th February 2016, following the week of learning about “Coconut Trees,” children of Sotpattana School for the Deaf went on a tour to the New Theory Learning Center of the Royal Thai Navy in Sattahip, where they saw and experienced how our King’s renowned philosophy on Sufficiency Economy is possible and practical. The participants and their teachers had a close view of coconut trees in the huge farm with various animals. In relation to the school’s environmental concern activity, our children learned about the construction process of Cob Homes made from national soil and Vermicomposting process, tree planting, and the conservation of sea turtles at the “Sea Turtles Conservation Center” run by the Royal Thai Navy.

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Second Workshop on Sign Language for Parents

For each academic year, Sotpattana School for the Deaf holds two workshops to help parents of our students upgrade their sign language skills and upgrade their communication with the kids. The 33 participants who joined the second workshop on 19th February 2016 practised signing words that are in daily use. They also enjoyed the atmosphere of understanding, friendship, hope, and joy.

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