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PostPosted: Sun 17 Mar - 09:04 (2013)    Post subject: Thai School Uniforms Reply with quote



School Scout Day Thai students have to joun the boy and girl Scouts. They come to school once a week (or month) dressed in their Scout uniform for a day of Scouting based instruction and games. Almost all Thai boys join the Boyscouts. The Boyscout uniform is more elaborate than the simple school uniform and consistes of knee socks with garters (must be hot in that climate!) khaki shorts and shirt, kerchief and beret.



  




Each student must wear a specific uniform everyday......
all together:
- 3 white shirts
- 3 shorts
- I sport suit
- i boyscout uniform
- I traditional suit ( by school)
- shoes  school and sport
- socks...............................................6.500 baht/yearly


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All Thai students wear school uniforms. The uniform is very basic and very similar across the country. There are some differences in colors from school to school. Most schools have uniforms consisting of white shirts and colored, usually khaki, short pants. Kindergarden boys oftem wear destinctive red shorts. Scouting is a required part of the school curriculum.

Colors
Khaki shorts for boys and blue dresses for girls are common at Thai schools. Some schools have grey uniforms. Other colors such as blue, black, and olive are also used. Red is used, but usually for pre-school children.

Uniform Styles
School uniforms are commonly worn in Thailand and there is little difference as to grade level. Thai school uniforms usually are very basic. The same unifiorm is worn year round as there is no cold winter weather to contend with. The uniforms at a typical school is a white shirt and black or khaki short pants for boys. Boys usually wear matching or coordinated socks with leather shoes. The socks are often not knee socks, but may be longer than normal ankle socks. Both elementary and secondary boys wear shorts. The girls wear white middy blouse, dark blue skirt, and dark blue bows. However each schools has there own distinctive uniforms. Girls uniforms are similar except that girls wear blouses and skirts instead of shirts and shorts.

Kindergarden
Many kindegartens require red shorts.

Primary schools
Thai schoolboys, however, wear a simple but nonetheless distinctive uniform. Virtually all primary schools require uniforms. The uniform conists of a white shortsleeved shirt (often with the name or school symbol sewn on the front pocket) and uniformed trousers. The color of the trousers varies from school to school. Short trousers are required of all primary schoolboys schoolboys. Shorts worn by primary schoolboys are typically worn a few inches above the knee. Many schools also require that the color of the socks (typically ankle or mid-calf) match the color of the shorts (particularly when the shorts are khaki-colored). The most popular color among primary schools appears to be khaki, worn with rust-colored socks (see photo).

Secondary schools The uniform at secondary schools is essentially the same as at primary schools. The only major difference is that some secondary schools permu long trousers. Usually this means uniformed long trousers in the upper grades. Secondary schools opt for blue, black, olive, or khaki shorts. The length of the shorts varies from school to school among secondary schools. Most common appears to be knee length but some schools seem to require somewhat shorter shorts -- even mid-thigh. Thai school shorts are generally a little longer than those worn in Indonesia.


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PostPosted: Sun 17 Mar - 09:09 (2013)    Post subject: Thai School Uniforms Reply with quote

Children have lot of qualities which grow well when they sit for competition. When all compete any activity within a given time with perfection, that is called a competition. It is of many kinds. Now a days, TV channels show many competitions on dance, singing, acting, recitation, modeling, etc. Drawing, painting, calculating sums, quiz are also commonly practised by all. My favourite is Drawing competition, in which I stood first.



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