High School

2023 Field Trip

High School students from Thai and Foreign Language classes traveled to the Baan Nok Kok Na farm in Chiangmai's Sansai area on Friday, February 24, which is about 45 minutes away from the school. The students took part in a variety of activities while learning about local customs and lifestyles in Thailand. Students learned how to transplant rice seedlings in the paddy fields. They learned that rice is the most significant crop and that the village's riches and prosperity are centered on the rice fields. Students also liked creating Som-Tum from fresh veggies and learning how to make traditional roasted chicken with hay. The journey came to a close with enjoyable moments.

Transplanting Rice Seedling Activities

The high school pupils were prepared to transplant rice sprouts.

Baan Nok Kok Naa staff described how to transplant rice seedlings.

High school students had walked on muddy ground.

Lalin and Putter take pleasure in transplanting rice seedlings.

Traditional Thai Roasted Chicken

Students in high school received instruction on how to roast a chicken.

Set aside for 30 minutes.

Students in high school learned how to roast chicken with hay.

Som Tum (Papaya Spicy Salad) 

vegetables grown organically at Baan Nok Kok Naa Farm.

Making Som Tum involved teamwork among the students.

Let's taste !

Master Chef!