Thai Prime Minister arrives in Phuket, visits school to support educational programs

Phuket –

  Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O’Cha arrived in Phuket this afternoon (June 6th). He first visited the Phuttha Mongkol Nimit School and give educational suggestions and an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) signing for a Partnership School.

The Prime Minister and his delegation arrived at the Phuket International Airport before visiting the Phuttha Mongkol Nimit School which is a free government Buddhist school, in Phuket Town.

PM Prayut led the Partnership School Project between the Phuttha Mongkol Nimit School, Central Group, Paradise Group, and Andara Resort Residences. The project is aimed to support more for students in three main skills which are English Skills, Digital Literacy, and Entrepreneurial Skills in people.

The Partnership School Project is starting with the upgrading of English teaching from kindergarten to model schools. English speaking teachers will be sent to schools to teach English to students.

As Phuket is a major tourism city with many occupations and businesses catering to foreign tourists, workers need to prioritize their English skills, according to the value propositions of the Partnership School Project.


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