Founder's day: Reflection, Gratitude, and Celebration

On Thursday 14th November 2019 Prem celebrated its 19th Founder’s day. With the attendance of M.L. Tridhosyuth Devakul, Founder, Owner and CEO, and the Board of Governors led by Chairman Harold Vickery Jr. the community celebrated our growth from initial inspired vision, to current thriving actuality. This moment also gives us pause to reflect upon all the people who contributed to the development of the Prem community, and also to consider the future and the ways in which we can all contribute to the further evolution of Prem’s unique educational experience. This was illustrated by the Governor’s visit to our new Forest School site, the new impressive Boarding Lounge and the presentations in assembly that highlighted some of the innovative initiatives that take place weekly at Prem.

Our thanks to M.L. Tridhosyuth Devakul, Lister Hannah, and Tim Ellis for Founding the school and planting the seeds of our community, to our Governors and Administration for their wise stewardship of our present, to the teaching staff for their daily creativity and  boundless energy for furthering educational excellence, to all support staff in every capacity who contribute to the smooth running of our huge and complex organisation, and to students past and present who embody the founding vision and mission of our community.

 

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