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Father Ray Foundation The two monthly birthday party took place last Friday evening, and once again it was great fun and louder than the last party. I think the day will some when the neighbours start to complain about the noise, and our nearest neighbour is a mile away. But it was great fun, lots of […]

Redemptorist Vocational School for People with Disabilities For three days the students at the vocational school have participated in numerous sports including athletics, volleyball, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, swimming, petanque and table tennis. At the Olympics, the Commonwealth Games or any major sporting event there is only one 100m race, but in the […]

Father Ray Foundation The toddlers at the Father Ray Day Care Center this morning performed the annual Wai Khru ceremony, the day they pay respect to their teachers. A few hundred meters away the students at the vocational school were doing the same to their teachers. It is a day when students, young and old, […]

School for the Blind Wai Khru, Teachers Day, took place this morning at the School for the Blind. It is a day when children throughout the Kingdom pay respects to their teachers, and it can take place on any Thursday in June. The students made decorated floral displays and a representative from each class made […]

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