Dear staff, parents and students of Rugby School Thailand.
On 10th of July 2019, my husband, Nataphol Teepsuwan, received the Royal endorsement from His Majesty the King Maha Vajralongkorn to became Thailand’s Minister of Education. The Teepsuwan family is humbled and forever grateful for the Royal appointment and the trust from the Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O Cha. However, to avoid conflict of interest as Nataphol is the top policy maker in the Education portfolio, I have to resign from the position of Chief Executive Officer, School license holder and Governor of Rugby School Thailand – effective immediately. We apologise for the short notice as the appointment to this honourable and prestigious position cannot be predicted.
Education has always been our passion. We are fortunate to be have been able to create a unique private education institution to assist in enhance the development of the children in so many ways. This new path of Nataphol will lead to greater education improvement for the country as a whole general public which is even much more critical. The experience that we have had in this the RST project (many thanks to all of you) will surely contribute towards be the contribution to the education development of education in Thai society. Whilst the RST dream is not yet complete, our priority must be It’s certainly a dream unfulfilled but for the greater goods of Thailand. We have to acknowledge and accept the consequences.
Our aim is naturally to ensure that this change has as little impact upon Rugby School Thailand, particularly its children, as possible. The day-to-day running of the school’s administration will accordingly continue to be led by our Executive Committee, COO, CFO and General Manager; all educational matters will continue to be addressed by our experienced Heads and their senior management teams; we will continue to benefit from the advice and guidance of Rugby School UK; and RST’s Governing body will continue to focus upon the key strategic and financial decisions. In other words: ‘business as usual’.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Board of Governors for all your kind support, along with a great working relationship, throughout the time. I trust know that Rugby School is in very good hands and that the school everyone will do their best to will continue to develop and thrive in the terms and years to come. developing and improving the school.
In response to Khun Taya’s announcement, we would like to add that on behalf of all the management, staff and students of Rugby School Thailand, we offer our sincere gratitude for all that you have built and contributed towards establishing a truly unique international school, and for all of your dedicated hard work in leading the plans to bring together a magnificent school combined with talented staff that will continue to operate and provide an education like no other. We wish you the best of luck, and send our blessings with you on your next steps.