More of MEP-SEP Eng-Camp 2018

Its another day with more of the updates from MEP-SEP Camp at Moment Villa Resort, Rayong. We’ve got pool time party for our students where everybody got the chance to dip into the cool water. From the wondrous water actions of our students…

To the watchful teachers of English Navigator who were chilling on their cozy inflatables sofa by the pool….

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Down to the mellow and relaxing Songkran Theme of both the students and the teachers….

To mention the interactive moments of the students, having some refreshing time but without forgetting learning. For instance, group work for all!

By the way, the camp was not only all about fun and happy moments. In fact, it was also added with a memorable and sentimental students’ bonding which was a bit teary… but it felt good.

Well, its been said before, MEP-SEP is like a one big family. And like any other family, there will always be a moment of tear and joy. Yet, in the end we will remain as one big happy FAMILY. And for that you all deserve an award! Here you go!

And for the finale, everybody had the Frost Moments which definitely cheered up the MEPians and SEPians!




A Busy Wednesday for NMK

15 November 2017 was indeed the busiest day for NMK teachers, students and staffs. Visitors came to our school for Math competition purposes, whilst some of our NMK students visit other schools to do the same.

Meanwhile the other large portion of NMK Students went to a Trip to The Meru Mas or also known as “The Royal Crematorium. Despite the scorching day, our MEP students on their formal school suit visited the royal palace with much pride and excitement.

The Meru Mas is located in Sanam Luang, Bangkok Thailand. Sanam Luang has been a place of central importance for the Thai people for centuries. Sanam Luang is Thai for “royal ground”, and it is a place where the King performs state ceremonies. In the past, Sanam Luang was an open field located between the Grand Palace and the Palace of the Second King. It has been used as a site for the cremation of kings, queens and nobility since the reign of King Rama 1. For this reason, in former times it was officially known as Thong Phra Meru (cremation ground). During the reign of King Rama III, when Thailand was engaged in a conflict with Vietnam, the King wished to demonstrate to other nations that Thailand was such a fertile, flourishing country that even the area in front of the Grand Palace was cultivated. Sanam Luang was then a normal plot of land, used for growing rice. When there was a Royal Funeral, it would be smoothed over to prepare for the event. During the reign of King Rama IV, when the ground was still used for farming, King Rama IV changed its official name from Thong Phra Meru to Thung Sanam Luang. Sanam Luang has been used as the cremation ground for all of Thailand’s kings and Royal Family members except for King Rama VII, who died in England. The most recent cremation rite to be held there was for Queen Rambhai Barni, in 1986. (

Also displayed inside the royal creamtorium are collections of the royal kings artifacts and others.

It was such a long and busy day for all the NMK people! Tomorrow will be back to school again. (Photo credits to M1/12 and M3/12 students; Info Contribution from M1/12) 


MEP Toured SeaLife and KidZania


8 November 2017 – All MEP students head to Siam Paragon to spend a day tour i.e. Sea Life Adventures in the morning and KidZania in the afternoon. The whole of  MEP arrived at the destination safely. Upon arrival the whole of the group lounged at the entrance area of the establishments because we are too “early birds” that Sea Life was still closed.   While waiting, students were writing on their travel booklet and scanning on the tasks that they have to complete after the tour.

Momentarily, Sea Life staffs greeted and led us down to the Sea Life entrance. Proper briefing and introductions were given by the staffs and they even handed their own colorful booklets for students’ guide and reference. In short, the whole Sea Life journey was awesome and students truly enjoyed watching the variety of sea creatures.

 And we continued the fun, as another staffs accompanied us in taking the so called VIP elevator for our group to head to Siam Paragon’s 5th floor where KidZania is located. Following the KidZania’s SOP students were briefed and given the KidZania bracelet where you get to wear for the whole duration of your stay in the KidZania City. If students had the picture of scenic sea creatures in KidZania our MEP studes got the chance to work in different fields and like adults they did earn their KidZo salaries where they can exchange to some items.

A whole day of fun with a whole day of experience. Until next time!

Thailand’s Beloved Tribute to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej

King Bhumibol_๑๗๑๐๑๙_0048Thailand prepares for the Cremation Ceremony of the late and most honored King Bhumibol Adulyadej which will be held on the 26th to 29th of October 2017. Marigold flowers are everywhere which symbolizes the King’s Birth color. Emblem of Rama 9 could also be seen everywhere. Busy roads and streets are way ready for the upcoming ceremony honoring the late King. Above all, citizens continued to mourn in black dress code and never fails to remember the beloved King.

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13 October 2017 @4pm- The Mall Staff and Customers Halted to Pay Respect to the King 

King Bhumibol’s memorabilia were also displayed for people to recollect: from the King’s memories of childhood, love of music, the Queen and the King enchanting love, His own teachings to his children, and His most remarkable projects that helped the poor people of Thailand.  Believe me, as the locals look on the displayed memorabilia either they kneel to pay respect to the most adored King, or burst in silent tears because of His passing. Even little children who were pure and innocent cried in tears just by merely looking at the King’s image and to some surprise brought me in a crying heart as well.  Many still never forget to write their “Missing Wishes” to the late King. This is without a doubt how deeply and truly Thai people love King Bhumibol Adulyadej.



MEP students visited Skeleton Park and enjoyed skeleton collections and others in the park.


What’s more! When skeleton park was done, they all were so in for a treat for they get the chance to enjoy the winter moments, check this out!


And the finale, “The DreamWorld Adventure”!


Group Picture (Photo Credits: @T. Jeb #GoPro @T. Arm)

NMK Students and Teachers all packed and on board 9 buses, visited the scorching place of Supahn Buri for the “Dragon Museum Experience”.


Upon arrival, we first broke the ice with another awesome group picture on the front stairs of the museum’s entrance.


And here we are before waiting in the museum’s lounge and before entering the Dragon’s Dungeon and bits of re-enacted miniatures depicting history and such.

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