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Club: Origami

Teacher’s name: 

George Mortley
george.mo@spip.in.th

Students learning outcomes

1.Life and career skills
2.Arts and performing arts
3.Critical thinking and problem solving
4.Social and cultural awareness

Club Description

Folding paper into sculptures. Origami is proven to improve hand-eye co-ordination, sequencing skills, attention skills, patience, temporal spatial skills and problem solving abilities. It also excellent for student wellbeing as it is a great stress reliver – perfect for the upcoming mock exam seasons. Will start with the basics of origami and explore the cultural roots of origami, understanding its historical significance in various cultures, including Japan, and gaining appreciation for diverse art forms.

Club Member

  • 25 Students