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ENGLISH SUMMER CAMP


English Camp program has also been additionally implemented as a top-up program upon a successful completion of the English Summer Camp program earlier during the past summer vacation. All the 100 plus school children from Pathom 1 to Pathom 6 have been attending the program since June 2012 on every Wednesday in 2 different classes until end of September 2012.

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English Camp program has also been additionally implemented as a top-up program upon a successful completion of the English Summer Camp program earlier during the past summer vacation. All the 100 plus school children from Pathom 1 to Pathom 6 have been attending the program since June 2012 on every Wednesday in 2 different classes until end of September 2012. The same teaching strategy has also been employed to motivate and encourage all students to fully participate in this unique program. Each session of the class, good kids who perform well in their efforts are given 'Star' Good Mark cards for them to exchange of gifts at the end of every month. Luckily, we have some foreign visiting teachers who are willing to help improve the English proficiency of the kids. Grand Asia Foods Industry has also played a vital role in organizing this current English Camp.

As part of our vision, there is still work to accomplish and formalities to perform business at the speed of thought. Having been in the industry for 25 years, Grand Asia has gone through several important issues but the leadership with a broad spectrum of sustainable development has provided a sense of proportion to heed constructive remarks as guidelines for improvement by mapping out a policy. It’s time to act GAF positioning has been enriched and endorsed for a unique social business enterprise that is planned to further develop a more sustainable Business Practices towards Social Business Sustainability. Internally and externally, we have been engaged with public affairs activities having staff and workers fully participated.

A Study Tour which was an essential part of the program to take students outside the school to visit Damnoen Saduak Floating Market to meet and greet foreign tourists with questions to ask and communicate with them. Scores of their field test were unbelievebly remarkable entitled them to receive cash rewards up to 250 Baht per person and of course making them more confident without fear of speaking English to foreigners. Tourists were astonished of how the students have become practically capable of showing themselves off appropriately.