Help Train Teachers in Thailand

Mar 27, 2013

New English classes begin in Pang Nga

After some complications and a slight delay, the brand new term is now underway! This term we decided that the lessons are going to be available for the current students of the Non Formal Education centre in Takuapa.

And so begins a four week term for the local people that are keen to learn. The staff at the centre have helped a lot, finding us a room that’s not too hot. We’ve been having a class of about 15 and they’re a joy to teach, really keen. They truly are as good as gold from bus drivers to farmers, young and old. As the term goes on more will become clear, but it’s looking good to continue next year.

So we’re happy to say that the term’s begun and most of all we’re all having fun. Thank you for your support and we look forward to giving you more information in our next report!



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Steve Gwenin

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St Albans, Herts United Kingdom

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