Rugby School Thailand

Rugby School Thailand is an international day and boarding school, whose approach is based upon the world-renowned British private school model, and whose curriculum is drawn from the best of the England & Wales National Curriculum and the UK’s Independent Schools’ Curriculum. It is the first and only school to take the name of its prestigious parent, Rugby School (UK), which was founded 450 years ago and from where the world-famous sport originated.

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Rugby School Thailand opens first ‘school sandbox’ in Thailand

Rugby School Thailand’s new School Principal has gained approval on a pioneering ‘school sandbox’ scheme that allows students back on-site, amid country-wide school closures. Mr Grindlay has modelled the scheme on Thailand’s successful “Phuket Sandbox” tourism initiative, “the core principle of which has been to allow Covid-free people into a …

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Makaton: 10 things to know

Makaton is a hugely valuable method of communication that uses symbols and signs to support speech. In the Early Years at Rugby School Thailand, our teachers use Makaton as part of everyday learning, which gives the children tools to communicate easily with those around them, regardless of their language and …

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Rugby School Thailand is the first school to be awarded two ‘Beacon’ awards during COBIS accreditation

Rugby School Thailand is delighted to announce that we have achieved Patron’s Accreditation status with the Council of British International Schools (COBIS). The School achieved accreditation and compliance across 10 standards, with 20 commendations and two prestigious Beacon status awards. COBIS is the premier global association for international British schools …

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The Importance of Stories

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales. Albert Einstein There is evidence to show that stories create new neural connections in a child’s brain by stimulating the growth of neurons as they …

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Why We Value Co-curricular Activities For Our Students

A 2018 study by Edinburgh University showed that 81% of parents felt co-curricular activities enhanced their child’s academic studies and 95% felt co-curricular activities had a positive influence on their child’s personal growth. At Rugby School Thailand, we continually see evidence of our co-curricular programme enhancing the educational journey of students. Having …

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University Bound? Why A Levels are a Great Choice for Students Planning on Attending Uni

A Levels are often regarded as the gold standard for university applications, so we’re going to look at why they are a great option. A Levels are internationally recognised qualifications, based on the British curriculum, that allow access to almost all universities or professional training courses around the world. As …

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