The majority of participants did very well during KMIDS ADMISSIONS TESTING!! 🧍🏻♂🧍🏻♀ . On October 18, KMIDS oversaw the admission examination for students entering grades 6,7,8,9 or 10, and the results were very good!
Most of the students were well prepared, shown by their excellent performances on the map tests, ✏️📒 TOEFL tests and interviews. We are intensely proud of all who participated! . Additionally, in order to support the King Mongkut Hospital foundation, KMIDS erected a booth selling special 👕 T-shirts designed by our students. The earnings will be provided to ✨ 🏩 the King Mongkut Hospital foundation. For those who wish to support this prominent and successful medical foundation, the KMIDS T-shirts are still for sale in our school. 👍🏻✨
📸More photos from our KMIDS Ayutthaya Fieldtrip 2020🌾✨
At Ban-Kong-Por or known as “The Sufficiency Economy Learning Center” KMIDS students from Grade 6 – 9 enjoyed learning the “New Theory: Agricultural Management”
The center taught them how Thailand can apply the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) in our daily lives. This concept follows His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great (King Rama IX) who proposed steps in implementing the new theory nationwide.👍🏻✨
KMIDS students from Grade 6 – 9 visited the UNESCO World Heritage site 🙏🏻✨at Wat Phra Sri Sanphet and also visited the Sufficiency Economy Learning Center🌾🌳 (Ban-Kong-Por) in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya province.
Our students enjoyed learning Thai history and gaining knowledge of the “New Theory: Agricultural Management” at Ban-Kong-Por which is known as “The Sufficiency Economy Learning Center”.🍀
The flame test lab allows students to see the electron movement with their own eyes. They are able to experience this by exposing several different salt solutions to heat. Each solution gives off a different color. Students record their results and then explain, on the atomic level, why each solution produced a different color of light.
AP Biology students are learning about 'Water Potential'. This is a measure of how likely it is for water to move into or out of a cell. Students calculated water potential of a potato cell. During this lab they practiced many important scientific skills: Data collection, graphing, using formulas, and evaluating experimental data, all while having fun!