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Community Outreach

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Community Outreach

Monday, 9 January 2017 - 7:51am

"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." - Mahatma Gandhi

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Global Citizens

As part of our philosophy to be responsible global citizens, Magic Years embraces opportunities to connect with, help and serve the community. Magic Years community members from all backgrounds are involved in service to the community.

Sharing our Learning

Magic Years uses its educational resources, knowledge and years of accumulated experience to share and offer training in the latest educational best practices. The school strives to improve learning standards in local schools and universities throughout the country by providing training, workshops and consultations.

Community Outreach Initiatives

Magic Years has been involved in a number of community service initiatives over the years including:

Dare 2 Dream: 

“Dare 2 Dream” collaborative project with educators at the International School Bangkok promoting educational awareness and improve learning standards in Thai public daycare centers and preschools.

Training and Workshops: 

Training and workshops offered for local early years and primary school teachers, university students and institutions in the field of education, including:

Moral Education Classes: 

Participation in socio-economic development projects focused on moral education and spiritual empowerment of children and youth of Magic Years staff and families living in the neighboring community.

Gift Drive: 

Annual “gift drive” encouraging families to donate toys, books and other items to children in need.

Pakkred Babies Home: 

Involvement with Pakkred Babies Home by raising funds and materials for the children and facility.

Donations: 

Donations made on behalf of the Magic Years Parent Working Group and the Shirin Trust Fund to: The Thai Red Cross College of Nursing, Children's Village School in Kanchanaburi, distraught families and suffering children whose cases were monitored by Channel 7 News.