RSM Advisory (Thailand) Limited (RSMAT) teamed up with Rotary Club Bangkok South (RCBS) to sponsor a clean drinking water system at the Beaumont Partnership Ruam Pattana School located in Chaiyaphum.
The school caters for disadvantaged children in the area.
Mark Butters, Executive Director of RSMAT (and a Past President of RCBS) travelled up to Chaiyaphum with Mike Doyle, President of RCBS for 2014 / 2015, John Quarmby, also a Past President of RCBS, and a group of RSMAT staff to inaugurate the system and ensure that it had been fitted properly and was in working order.
Mark Butters, Mike Doyle, John Quarmby, and a group of RSMAT staff travelled up to Chaiyaphum.
The Beaumont Partnership Foundation, which operates the school, was founded in 2010 by Tim Beaumont. The partners of Beaumont Partnership, a Bangkok based design practice, and the directors of the Foundation include Tim Beaumont, Mick Farley, the principal of Harrow International School, and Dr Mechai Viravaidya.
The children are certainly happy to receive the water filter system.
There are currently 150 students attending the school with ages ranging from 3 to 10. Classes range from kindergarten through to the 4th grade (these classes will be extended as students’ progress), operating under the Thai curriculum but with an international overview by the school’s academic manager and Harrow International School.
The group checks that the system had been fitted properly and was in working order.
The Beaumont Partnership Foundation is currently supported by companies and individuals in Thailand and in Australia, but does have a 5 to 7 year vision to become self sustainable through developing a business park, organic agricultural projects and a hospitality training center.