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Prem students play a part in annual Medieval Mystery Banquet
What happens when you mix peasants with nobility, greed with trust, royal power with indentured servitude, poison with wine, knights with village idiots, mummery with revelry and princesses with goatherds?
Many thanks to Maestro Patrick from Ye Olde Design Technology Shop and Dame Susan from The King’s Artisan’s House for helping the revelers create wonderful decorations to set the stage, and a thousand graces to Lady Malee and her Cooking School servants for such a great feast.
Ye olde-style banquet was established by A. Melanie and A. Mary in 2007 with a primary focus to turn a traditional unit of study into a real-life learning experience.
This annual celebration for Prem International School (http://ptis.threegeneration.org) seventh-grade humanities classes marks the culmination of an extensive academic simulation of feudal European society. Students live the history that they've been studying as well as integrating units from English, DT and Art as they dress, eat and participate in activities from the medieval times.
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Established in 2001, Prem International School is one of the most prestigious international schools in South-East Asia and one of only a few boarding schools in Asia offering the International Baccalaureate Program (IB) including IBCC.
Residing on the tropical grounds of Traidhos Three-Generation Community for Learning, PTIS provides a holistic (Pre K-12) IB education on a spacious, nature-filled campus, with comfortable boarding facilities to accommodate international students from across Asia and beyond.
More than 35 nationalities make up the international school student body. At Traidhos, visiting students and adults of all ages can also enjoy specialized professional sport academies in Tennis, Golf, Cricket and Football.
With a 100 acre campus admired by international schools of Thailand and across the world, the school prides itself on its peaceful and studious environment along with famous Thailand hospitality to help nurture the students' growth and development.