PIA DAY SCHOOL WAIVES ENTRANCE FEES FOR 2010/2011
The Phuket International Academy Day School (PIADS) – being positioned as one of Thailand’s most prestigious international schools – is waiving entrance fees for students signing up for the 2010-2011 academic year commencing in August. PIADS is implementing the International Baccalaureate curriculum with a strong team of highly qualified and experienced teachers to provide an exceptional international education.
Along with the fee waiver, PIADS is also offering full and partial scholarships to students in the following areas: academic excellence, outstanding ability in visual or performing arts, and proven talent in swimming or martial arts. These scholarships are open to students going into Grade 6 up to and including Grade 9.
The school is also open at all times for parents who want to view the facilities.
Contact Khun Fawn on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 076 336 000 for more information
PIA SPORTS & LEISURE CLUB AFTER SCHOOL MULTI ACTIVITY PROGRAMME – TERM 3
Kids! Join the action and let afternoons be active and fun again!
PIASLC offers a range of sports and arts sessions for all ages from Monday through Friday. Every activity is delivered by internationally accredited specialist instructors helping your child “be the best they can be”.
Touch Rugby, Football, Swimming, Basketball, Cricket, Softball, Acoustic Guitar, Band, Drama Club and many more.
Please contact us should you need further information or would like to register email@example.com or call 076 336 000 and speak to Khun Nok.
PIA MIND CENTRE HOSTS INTERNATIONAL MEDITATION RETREAT
Thailand’s newly launched and internationally rated Phuket International Academy Mind Centre (PIAMC) for balance and well being is hosting an exclusive weekend meditation retreat from 18 20th June with world-renowned teacher Dr. B. Alan Wallace. The weekend retreat will be conducted in the PIAMC’s specifically designed meditation hall and Dr. Wallace will teach a sequence of meditations for the cultivation of the “Four Immeasurables,” namely loving-kindness, compassion, empathetic joy, and impartiality.
The Four Immeasurables Retreat will initially focus on the practice of “mindfulness of breathing”, which is an effective method for soothing the body and calming the mind. A second method that will be taught is both a shamatha practice and an “insight meditation” (vipashyana) called “settling the mind in its natural state”.
“The optimal situation to apply these teachings on cultivating a good heart is active life, socially engaged with other people at home and about town, moving away from habitual self-centeredness to greater empathy and loving concern for the welfare for those around us, ” Dr. Wallace said.
“This weekend retreat will consist of teachings, guided meditations, and discussions. Regardless of whether participants hold to any particular religious beliefs, these practices can be of benefit to everyone seeking to explore their own capacity to experience unconditional love and compassion.”