Posted in Academic Activities, Extracurricular Activities, Fun English

MEP-SEP Boulevard 2019 (Day 2)

Here comes Day 2 events in MEP-SEP Boulevard Booth. This time we will be accommodating Primary 6 schoolers from different schools. Our mission is to invite them in our booth and let them play the English Interactive Games.

In the morning, approximately 700 primary students from different schools aroung Bangkok took the entrance test which means our booth staffs get the chance to “Get the Groove the MEP Thing”. That means, both the teachers and the students were having some fun time while waiting for the booth visitors.

Meanwhile, other student staffs were also busy distributing our MEP-SEP pamphlet to the visiting parents and teachers bypassing the booth.

Right after lunch, we were about to get bored came the flock of the cute visitors we have been waiting for. MEP-SEP Booth was fully packed that we find it difficult to move. Despite of that we squeezed and pulled ourselves both visitors and staffs toward the red carpet center of our MEP-SEP Boulevard booth.

Good thing, we were prepared with many ready-to-pick games to accommodate and entertain our little guests. From puzzles, Word Bingo, Spelling Chairs, Remember Me, Encrypt, Word Search, Gap Fills, and Pass Cards. Mind you, winners of the above-mentioned games will exit with wonderful and lovely MEP-SEP Prizes.

By the way, we did have some in-house challenge too like doing an Impromptu Speech in order to bring home pretty cool stuff which is a set of “notebook, pen and a nice key chain”. Other in-house game is the “Pass Cards” in which winners bring home the prize while losers will be branded with the MEP-SEP official stamp on the face. (Imagine how funny it is!)

Yes, again without a doubt having the “Open House” is exhausting but it is also super rewarding!!!

MEPian’s-SEPian’s Challenge: (Write your answers in the comment box. )

  1. Tell us about a game that you played in MEP-SEP Boulevard Booth. (15 words) 25 points
  2. If you are the MEP-SEP staff, tell us about your experience in the booth. (15-30 words) 25 points

Posted in Academic Activities, Extracurricular Activities, Fun English, Teachers' Activities

MEP-SEP Boulevard 2019 (Day 1)

Open House for NMK Students – Our Booth, MEP-SEP Boulevard hosting various English Interactive games and fun team dancing and singing. Watch the video below:

What’s more, MEPians were joined by other NMK students dancing the famous YMCA MEP-style. See for yourself:

And we have “The Show” gap fill:

Other games include “The Spelling Chairs” where students were invited to sit and join the spelling marathon. Participants with the highest point will receive special prizes.

Then we have the “Remember Me” game where students are group to three and will memorize the exact lines and orders of words. When time is up, the student participants will write exactly what they remembered. Group that remembers more words will be rewarded.

In short, Day 1 of the Open House was a whole lot of fun, interaction and teamwork.

MEPian’s – SEPian’s Challenge (All essays should be sent via PRIVATE LINE Message.)

For M1/12 : Write a 150- word essay about your “OPEN HOUSE EXPERIENCE”.

For M2/12 , M3/12, M4/3, & M6/3: Write a 250-word essay about your

Posted in Extracurricular Activities, Fun English

D’ EngCamp 2019

Last, January 13-15 MEP-SEP students spent time together for this school year’s camp. So, what happened in the EngCamp this year?

Yeahhhhhh!!!! REFRESHING!!!!!!!

We did have an awesome time. That’s official, the fun had just begun!

What’s more, we had the fun night of interactive group games.

And a bit of fashion poseūüėČ

The fun never stopped. It keeps on and on, especially during the “Cowboy Night”!

Yes, you heard us right we were stylishly dressed in the Cowboy way!!!

Without a doubt we had an incredible time knowing our fellow MEPians and our SEP seniors. Can’t wait for the next camp!!!

MEPians – SEPians Challenge ( All Essays must be sent via private LINE.)

For M1/12: Write a 150-word essay about your “English Camp Experience”.

For M2/12 and M3/12: Write a 250-word essay about your “English Camp Experience”.

Posted in Extracurricular Activities

NMK International Week 2018

MEP and SEP join the International Week 2018. Along with other foreign languages, MEP&SEP participates bearing the American theme. Here are the best of MEP&SEP International Week jam.

A showcase of MEP AND SEP’s bests , i.e. Engtalk speaker Gut of M1/12 talking about why “English is Important”.

What’s more! Academic Arts and Craft’s Skit Team also shows off their award winning piece. Of course, they’re No. 1.

During the Foreign Languages Parade the USA TEAM starts with the graceful wavering of the Star- Spangled Banner, the American flag.

What’s next? Of course, here comes the beauties of MEP and SEP portraying freedom of women in America.

See, that’s what I’m talking about the display of “simplicity is beauty”.

Well so much for that, let’s check out the next in line.

Yes, you guess it right! That’s Barack Obama…i mean Ohm of M3/12 portraying the infamous US President accompanied by the ladies of Statue of Liberty and the inspiring and most catching letters, the U.S.A.

Alright now moving on to the next part.

Raise the roof for the MEP cheerleaders. In red and white, MEP girls truly hype up the audience mood to the tune of their Hey Mickey and their shining blue pom-poms!

The last but not the least, here comes the world renown American Superheroes!!!

Wow! They truly nailed it, their costumes make it real. SEP Superheroes YOU ROCK!!!

And for the finale, we got everyone singing “We’re All in this Together” as the activity’s official OST! ūüėä Well done all! Big Congratulations!

MEPians-SEPians Challenge:

A] From this blog, explain the meaning of the following words below:

1. bearing          2. jam             3. award winning piece

4. the Star- Spangled Banner¬† ¬†¬†5. “simplicity is beauty”

B]¬†M1/12 – Write a 150-word essay about your “International Week Experience”.

C] M 2/12, M3/12 – Write a 250-word essay about your “International Week Experience”.

Posted in Academic Activities, Science

D.I.Y. Wind Vane

For M1/12 weather experience we tried our D.I.Y. Wind Vane. Using simple and easy-to-get materials we set-up the basic wind vane in the classroom. Once done, we head outdoor to test if our D.I.Y. Wind Vanes are functional. 

Setting the Wind Vane

After setting up, we find locations where we can feel the wind. 

We think we found our spot!

Oh yeah! Finding suitable test spot is easy. Next, we wait for the wind and see if the is any sign of movements on our wind vanes then we record. 

We are recording, strike 1! 
Yes, we have to write down our 7 readings.
That’s right we have to do it 7 times in 7 different locations…just inside the campus.

Alas! We are done! It’s for our Science Class Selfie Moment! Hoorahhh!

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EngTalk 2018

This year we celebrate EngTalk 2018 in a very simple way but in an MEP-Family style. Joined by all MEPians we gather altogether in NMK’s school hall and celebrate our MEP EngTalk tradition.¬†¬†

The Hosts: (From right to left.) Kaolad M3/12, Kaning M2/12, Arpo M2/12 and Fah M3/12)

Our NMK Academic Director is also present in the ceremony along with our FLD Head. 

NMK Academic Director
Miss Pattama Apicharoen-pan Head of FLD

Right after the opening of the EngTalk, select student speakers discuss and deliver their speeches focusing on the Theme: English is Important! 

Sun of M2/12
Gut of M1/12. 
The Speakers: (From Right to Left) Ohm M3/12, Roeve M3/12, Gut M1/12 and Sun M2/12
The Speakers: (From Right to Left) Bangpan M1/12 and Chorfa M2/12. 

Up next is the English Masters’ Quiz 2018. 

The Winners

And the last but not the least, the debut of “The Little Ducks Band”. 

 Arm on drums. 
Poosila and Stamp. 
The Little Ducks! 

The People Behind EngTalk2018 

The Teachers
The Parents
The Whole MEP Family! 
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Visiting Siam Niramit


Where are we going today? Hop in because MEP students will be visiting Siam Niramit- Bangkok.¬† Let’s go and check what activities are they enjoying inside!

Woohhh! First stop, feeding the elephants with cucumber. Great start! Just a quick trivia for you, did you know that elephants are vegetarian! If you don’t, now you just know! But, hmmm, where are the others!

Here they are! Gotcha! Playing some booth games. Good stuff! Let’s stroll more on what the others are up to.


Oh, here they are inside a Thai traditional village. In here you get to see, traditional houses with willows and bamboo stuffs. What’s more a mini lake where you get to feed the fishes. Feels like a refreshing countryside atmosphere!


And hey, others are also enjoying a friendly group chat by the shade! Awesome. And not only that, here’s more of some girl’s bit!

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What a sight we have there! Oops, time to head to the theater. Let’s go and see what to expect in there.



Super wow! Million thumbs up! Students enjoying a spectacular Siam Niramit Show on their comfy red chairs. What’s more! A cameo from our very own MEP 2/12 student! Its more than what we expected. This trip as a whole is a Super 5 stars on everything!