Head of School – Bromsgrove International School Thailand


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To commence August 2025

An outstanding opportunity to lead a thriving, 500 strong day and boarding international school for boys and girls aged 2-18 through its third decade, and build upon a foundation of success under ten years of the current Headmaster’s leadership.

Four hundred and fifty years after Bromsgrove UK came into being, Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST) was founded in 2002.  The Ramkhamheang Early Years campus serves children aged 2 to 7, while the Primary and Secondary campus stands in Windsor Park Golf Club. In 2008, the first boarding house was completed, and the first cohort of students sat the IGCSE examinations. Following sustained growth in boarding numbers, a second boarding house opened in February 2011.

BIST now has students from over 27 nations and 95% fully qualified British teachers. Students’ learning is based upon the English National Curriculum leading to IGCSE and A level (with BTEC qualifications also offered) in the Secondary school.  Great store is set by the quality of pastoral care, and the co-curricular offer as described in the BIST Learner profile; Music, the Arts and Sport thrive in excellent facilities. Graduates go on to study in the UK, Europe, USA, Hong Kong and other ASEAN countries.

BIST has long been a member of the Council of International Schools (CIS), and is a member of other organisations including the Federation of British International Schools in Asia (FOBISIA) and Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA). Relations with Bromsgrove UK are deep, strong, and manifest in both formal and informal structures and arrangements.

The new Head will be kind, compassionate and inspiring, with heightened cultural sensitivity and the ability to offer strong, unifying, visionary leadership while being respectful of Thai culture and all that the School has achieved. BIST has no intentions of becoming a large school, but some further growth will be possible. Boarding experience is not essential, but the willingness to learn rapidly is.

This role will commence in August 2025, and the position comes with an accommodation allowance and a competitive remuneration package.

For a preliminary, confidential conversation about the role with Jean Sullivan, Head of International Search, please contact jeansullivan@rsacademics.com

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 8 May at 10:00 (UK) / 16:00 (Thailand).To apply, candidates should complete an application form electronically and submit it to RSAcademics, together with a letter of application, CV/résumé, and completed data sharing agreement.

Please click the Apply Now link on the right side of this page. You will be taken to an online portal where you will be able to download the application materials. Please follow the instructions provided to complete your application. Guidance on the letter of application can be found in the candidate information. Please make sure your letter is tailored to this role; an application letter that is largely generic is discouraged and may lead to your application not being considered.

Should you have any queries relating to submission of your application, please contact Alison Hooper, Project Coordinator, at applications@rsacademics.com. Alison can also be reached by calling +44(0)1858 383163.

Bromsgrove International School Thailand is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its employees and volunteers to share this commitment. Safeguarding and child protection issues will be discussed throughout the appointment process and candidates must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including reference checks with previous employers and criminal records and social media checks.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020.

The safeguarding responsibilities of the role are indicated in the candidate information.

RSAcademics is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and to promoting diversity and inclusion in schools.

Key Dates

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 8 May at 10:00 (UK) / 16:00 (Thailand).

Preliminary interviews will take place by video call with RSAcademics colleagues and are expected to take place during the week commencing 13 May.

Further interviews for those who progress beyond preliminary interviews will take place by video call with members of the BIST team. This is currently expected to be in late May.

Final stage interviews are likely to take place in Thailand in late May/early June. Candidates who will have any difficulty attending in person at this time should mention this if they are invited to the preliminary interview.