PCS Meeting

The PCS met for the first meeting of Term 4 on Monday 29th March. It was lovely to see so many of our parents attending. The meeting started with our Junior and Senior School Principals giving us a round up of Term 3 and what highlights we can expect this Term. Please take a look at our School Calendar page on the website to stay up to date with our events: https://ptis.ac.th/calendar/


Our Head of School, Rachel Keys, then welcomed the community back and took us through some of our new staff appointments for the beginning of the next academic year. With great IB and International experience between them, we look forward to welcoming them to our School Community.


Liz Hammond, our Director of Development did a presentation on what the Admissions and Marketing Department have been up to and shared our new Social Media plan. Growing our online community as well as our community here on site. We are continuing to represent Prem at Education Fairs and running Open Days. She then invited the parents to share their thoughts and ideas with her so she could take those forward into this term.


Finally Dr.Benjamin Freud talked to us about the idea of project and purpose based learning. It was exciting to hear some of his ideas about how we could create a curriculum to include this type of learning here at Prem.


If you would like to watch the video of the meeting then please click here:



Jane Waterman

Admissions & Marketing

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