EduReach recognises that each international school project is unique and influenced by a multiplicity of external factors such as government regulation, local market conditions and school site context. For this reason, the EduReach Approach is flexible and bespoke, designed on a case-by-case basis to ensure that it accounts for the nuances of each school project.

This said, it is underpinned by our values  and desire to provide a sustainable educational experience for each child – blending academic excellence with a strong co-curriculum and supportive pastoral care. Moreover, our approach always starts by ensuring that a suitable partnership structure, based on a shared vision and a long-term commitment by all parties, is in place.

The process of setting up and operating a school is highly complex – with many interlinking parts, deadlines and deliverables to manage. The collective experience of the EduReach Team manifests itself in our best practice project management methodology. We follow an iterative rather than linear process, whereby assumptions and strategies are developed, tested, modified and then executed.


“Our vision was to establish a premium British international school that preserved our Thai identity. Inspired by the success of the British independent school system, we wanted our school to have an academic focus but also offer a well-rounded education. Although we had experience within the Thai education sector, we needed a partner that understood British independent school education, had international experience, and had expertise in opening and then managing schools. EduReach provided us with the ideal solution – they are an invaluable project partner.”

Dr. Temyos Pandejpong – Director and Board Member, Denla British School

Partnership Structures

EduReach adopts a bespoke approach to each project. Find out about typical partnership structures based on long-term commitments to educational quality.

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