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Chayada Teravetchakarn (Euy): Chasing After a Milestone after Accepted on the BA in Communication Management, Chulalongkorn University

Chayada Teravetchakarn (Euy) started studying at Heathfield since she was in Year 4.  Throughout her school years, she developed her skills in communication, leadership and management in various events.  After every effort that she took to further study in the area that would express her creative and proactive personality, finally she was offered a placement in the faculty of Communication Arts, major in “Communication Management” at Chulalongkorn University. 
Let’s hear what Chayada has to say about her feeling as a Heathfield pupil and her dreams after becoming a university fresher.
นางสาว ชญาดา ธีรเวชชการ หรือ เอย เริ่มเรียนที่โรงเรียนนานาชาติฮีทฟิลด์ตั้งแต่ชั้น Year 4 เธอได้พัฒนาทักษะด้านการสื่อสารและการเป็นผู้นำผ่านกิจกรรมต่างๆ  ของโรงเรียนตลอดช่วงเวลาที่ได้ศึกษาอยู่ที่นี่  เอยได้ทุ่มเททั้งแรงกายและใจให้กับสิ่งที่เธอรักและแสดงความสามารถด้านความคิดริเริ่มสร้างสรรค์และการจัดการเชิงรุก วันนี้เธอได้เข้าเรียนคณะที่ใฝ่ฝัน “นิเทศศาสตร์ หลักสูตรนิเทศศาสตร์บัณฑิต สาขาวิชาการจัดการการสื่อส…

‘Learning Beyond The Classroom In Macau’ by Jelda Year 9

My favourite experience was to spend lots of time with my friends.  It was to have fun and also to have time for ourselves and to feel freedom.   Plus, I got to see the beautiful scenery of Macau. 

“Learning Beyond The Classroom” means to experience the daily life we would have when we grow up.  It helps us to take care of ourselves more and observe more of our surroundings.  Learning beyond the classroom provides us with challenging, exciting and different experiences to help us to  learn.  JirapinyaBangkaew (Jelda) Year 9




‘Making New Friends In The Macau Field Trip’ by Konami Year 10

The recent Macau Trip gave me numerous new experiences and many interesting things.  I got to know the culture and the history in both Macau and China.  I personally think that the Putuo Temple was my favourite experience on this trip.  This most famous temple in Zhuhai really surprised me, when I first saw this temple I was amazed of how beautiful and how huge this temple was, including the art in this temple which was very detailed and gorgeous.

In my view I think that “Learning Beyond The Classroom” means having the opportunity to make new friends that we haven’t met before and learning new things.  For an example on the Macau trip I got the opportunity to hang out with some of the pupils in Year 9 and Year 11.  Plus, I even got to know more about the teachers in this school.  Learning beyond the classroom can also teach pupils to explore and gather new knowledge outside the classroom and teaches them to have more responsibility.
Konami Ono Year 10





Wondrous Space Journey by Moji Year 7

This story was written by Monrada Sae-Seai (Moji) Year 7 as part of English subject.
“Wow, really?!” “We’re going to the biggest space museum in the world?!” I asked surprisingly. “Yes, because it’s your half term so we thought, we might take you somewhere special” said dad heroically. “Will we go to the rocket station?” I asked hopefully. “Maybe if the museum lets us” Mom said believingly. “Mom, dad I want to explore space, I’ve never been to space before.” I mumbled. “Well it takes a lot of effort and bravery to go there.” Mom explained. “When are we going?” I asked with wide eyes. “We’re going tomorrow, but for now let’s get some sleep.” “Right it’s night time and time to sleep.” Now all I have to do is sleep until tomorrow morning.

Cock-a-doodle-doo! The alarm clock woke me up all of a sudden. I was so sleepy then. Bam! I fell on the floor and remembered that today was the day that I, mom and dad were going to the museum. I quickly went down stairs to eat breakfast. “Whoa, slow dow…

Wonderland Is Where My Heart Is by Pupe Year 8

This story was written by Tuangrat Trannitad (Pupe) Year 8 as part of English Subject.

I glanced out the window at the shining luminous moon, dreaming about spreading my wings and flying away into a magical world. I was always dreaming about something supernatural or magical since I was a little boy. The thoughts of fighting a dragon, owning a kingdom or being a wizard had always interested me, but sadly those things only happened in stories, myths and fables.

I was forcing myself to sleep when it was almost midnight. I didn’t want to fall asleep because I knew tomorrow will be the same monotonous day again. I fantasized about a different life in a magical world. ‘Tap, tap, tap’, some tapping noises on the window awoke me abruptly from my fantasy. At the corner of my eye, at the window pane there appeared a doppelganger of me. He was a pale teenager with silky blonde hair and glistening apple green eyes. I froze, afraid to move or speak, as he climbed in my window and sat at the foot of…

Planet Destiny by Baitong Year 7

This story was written by Gingkallya Boonpun (Baitong) Year 7 as part of English subject.
My name is Charles and when I was a young boy glancing at the glistening stars shining in the borderless dark sky, I always wondered about the “First Moon Landing” in 1969. Was Neil Armstrong the first man to land on the Moon or was it just a theory and the world had been lying to us? When I was little I watched it again and again on television and I always wondered the same question year after year; “was it real or was it just a theory?” There are a lot of speculations about life in space for example “Aliens”. I always believed in aliens and wanted to be the first man to discover Aliens and to discover a brand new universe that we didn’t even know about until now.

I wondered relentlessly about all these possibilities as a child until the day came when I didn’t have to wonder no more. My life changed when I was accepted to NASA and so my soul led a different path and journey but I still had the ques…