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Chitralada Palace Field Trip Parent Notice 12 13

Chitralada Palace Field Trip Parent Notice 12 13

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Year 6 Parent Letter
Year 6 Parent Letter

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Published by: 6GD on Mar 12, 2013
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Field Trip to Chitralada Palace
 Tuesday, 12 March 2013Dear Parents,As part of our Exhibition unit
‘Where we are in place intime’
we plan to take the year 6 students to
ChitraladaPalace
to investigate some of the royal projects which havebeen developed by His Majesty the King. The palace has manyworking displays of projects (a working dairy, rice mill, eco-fuel refining system to name a few) which have been designedto improve the health, wealth and lifestyle of peoplethroughout the Kingdom.All of the Year 6 classes will travel to the palace by bus on
Thursday 28
th
March departing NIST at 7.45am
. We planto return to NIST at around 2.00pm. Students who are on mealplan will have their snack and lunch provided and othersshould bring a suitable snack and lunch with them from home.All students should bring their drink bottle and their hat.  The palace complex has a shop which sells goods that areproduced by His Majesty’s projects. We are happy for studentsto buy some of these products and bring them back toschool/home but ask that they do not bring excessiveamounts of money in case they lose it.We have been extremely fortunate to have been given theopportunity to visit such an auspicious venue for our field trip.
We would appreciate that you discuss with your childthe importance of positive and respectful behaviourwhilst at the palace.
Likewise, correct dress will be very important – please ensureyour child comes in correct school uniform
(not PE uniform)
for the field trip including
suitable covered shoes (withsocks)
for walking. Those not dressed appropria
 
tely may bedenied access to the projects by the palace staff so it is veryimportant students are dressed appropriately.We thank you for your support.Kind regards, The Year 6 Team

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