Nicholas Horniblow

We follow the British private school model. What does this mean?

British private schools typically maintain smaller class numbers and have longer school days, elevating the experience for children.  At Rugby School Thailand we keep class sizes at a maximum of 18 pupils, which allows each child individual focus and attention in a nurturing environment. In some areas of learning there can be as few as …

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Find out more about our new school Principal

Bruce Grindlay, upcoming principal of Rugby School Thailand, was recently interviewed by Independent Education Today magazine. You can read the full article below. Bruce Grindlay is swapping Kent for Thailand in September. IE learns about the current headmaster of Sutton Valence School’s passion for music and cooking, and how he is preparing for his new role. Q. …

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Tennis Camp

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Christmas Fair 2020

You’re invited to our annual Pattaya Event Rugby School Thailand invites families, friends and everyone in the  community to a magical twilight Christmas celebration. Join us for a festive evening of carnival games, gift shopping, delicious food and drink, music and entertainment  and a special ride to visit Santa.   Entry tickets are 100 baht for …

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