Born To Try – Pal Buddhist School 2015
“In the modern age and era, how does education integrate with technology and moral teachings?”
At the 2015 Annual Discussion Forum for the Buddhist Council of NSW, Principal Panha Pal was invited as a guest speaker to express his views on the topic ‘Has Technology Overtaken Morality?’ among the younger generations. The Annual Discussion included other key individuals and organisations such as the Nan Tien Institute, MITRA and SRE teachers. The above video was used to accompany Mr. Pal’s speech.
The Days We Were Waiting For – Pal Buddhist School Camp 2015
In Term 1, Pal Buddhist School students enjoyed themselves at the Great Aussie Bush Camp, learning new skills and strengthening friendship bonds!
Pal Buddhist School – Unlimited Opportunities
After a wonderful first year, we’ve established an environment where individuals feel free to explore their potential and pursue their passions. Our school culture is one that is understanding, encouraging, compassionate and inspiring. For a school that believes in your talents and potential –> check out our webpage pal.nsw.edu.au for enrolment information.
Australia’s First Buddhist High School – PAL SCHOOL
Our talented students, Emily Ho & Jessica Luong, produced this video to show to an audience of 620 guests at our 2014 Fundraising Dinner.
My School, My Home – A video by PAL Students
Our Year 10 students at Pal Buddhist School made this video as a project to capture their journey so far and share it with the wide world. Made by our talented Year 12 students Jessica Luong, Cindy Truong, and Jenny Tran.
The Days We Were Waiting For – Pal Buddhist School Camp 2014
At the end of 2014, Pal Buddhist School students enjoyed themselves at camp, learning new skills and strengthening friendship bonds! Definitely the best rewards after a year’s worth of hard work!
Weekly Wing Chun lessons
Every Thursday, Pal Buddhist School students learn martial arts with our trained and accredited Wing Chun master, Si-fu Wan. Aside from learning the obvious skills like self-defense and discipline, students also learn valuable skills such as culture, social wisdom, and teaching and helping others.