M5 Community Support Field Trip
Petcharat Camp and Resort, Muak Lek, Saraburi
10-11th February 2018
The students from M5 have spent the last month raising money for their camp. The aim is to raise money to take students from a blind school on a camp with them. The students create their own products to sell, go to markets for donations, and are the hosts of the PHS Annual Fair, from which all proceeds go to the charity.
This year we linked up with the CFBT (Christian Foundation for the Blind in Thailand) School, Roi-Et. The students from Roi-Et travelled down to Petcharat Resort and met our students for activities. This year’s M5 PHS students are a sporty bunch, so CFBT Roi-Et school brought along their Goalball team to play against PHS. Not surprisingly, PHS lost!
The weekend involves a lot of getting to know each other,with PHS students running activities for the blind students. The donations were handed to the school, and the PHS M5 team met with the teachers from the Roi-Et school to discuss the needs of the school so any remaining money from the camp can be donated to help the school.
This year the M5 students raised 178,000 Baht for the school.


This also brings the total raised over the last 3 years to 403,000 Baht.
M5 Community Support Field Trip: https://goo.gl/39Xyt9


M5 - Community Support Field Trip



Feb 4-5th 2017, Muak Lek, Saraburi.


Since the new year M5 students worked hard on a number of fund raising activities. This ranged from selling drinks and snacks at break times, collecting money in the markets to organising and holding the Panyarat Fair.



They succeeded in collecting 158,000 baht. This was collected to support the Christian Foundation for the Blind in Thailand schools.



This year the recipient school was to be Khon Kaen. Along with collecting for the school, the project is also about taking the students from this school on a camp organised by our M5 students. On this we enjoyed a nature walk, swimming, karaoke, activities and a visit to Chok Chai farm to feed the animals at the petting zoo, ride the horses and eat the delicious ice cream.


This year the students that joined us were from the primary section of the school. They were between P1-and P4 ages.

1.Supachot Sasuti

2. Wassana Pomyip

3. Jakkapat Thepmongol

4.Ploy Kittithan

5. Jantima Mittawan

6. Thanawat Kritsana

7. Sirirat Charoenrat

8. Linlada Chatchawan

9. Namfon Luangthanee

10. Nikorn Treedaet

11. Pornpimon Passapong

12. Benjamaporn Sengmuang

13. Kriengkrai Chuakukru

14. Patchadaporn Denduang

15. Piyamit Puttachaiyon

16. Aksawut Nampanya

17. Wuttinan Nampanya

18. Pathihan Promudon

19. Nattani Pasa-at

20. Pannarin Daengnoi


It was a fantastic trip, enjoyed by all - work of this kind requires incredible patience, compassion and care from our students, and the Panyarat M5 students showed, once again, that they have this in abundance. They excelled in raising money,  taking care of the students while on camp, and also in making the camp a fun and rewarding activity for the blind students from Khon Kaen. Have a look at the pictures and see what fun it was!