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Carol Dweck and Vicky Colbert win largest education prize

Inaugural Yidan Prize Award was presented to Carol Dweck and Vicky Colbert for their outstandi...

Putting students in the driving seat of achievement

Barnaby Sandow, principal of Jerudong International School, outlines how his school encourages...

A place in the scrum

St Albans School discuss their unforgettable rugby tour to South America

What can independent schools do to stay strong in 2018?

John Hutchison, Chief Operating Officer at Gabbitas Education, offers some suggestions

Derby High pupil joins Adam Peaty for marathon challenge

The challenge was organised by the Perfect Day Foundation and raised thousands for young Zambi...

A postcard from Machu Picchu

Sixth form pupils from Oundle School recently enjoyed a challenging trip to Peru

How globalisation will ensure independent schools thrive

Phil Hardaker, International Student Consultant, explains why a global approach can be benefic...

How to teach languages in a global world

Andre Chadwick, Head of Faculty at Bellerbys Cambridge, discusses teaching English to internat...

King's Ely climbers conquer new heights

Courageous King's Ely students put their climbing skills to the test on the beautiful cliffs o...

Why we must recognise the importance of cultural learning

Mary Memarzia, Director of Student Services at Bellerbys College, acknowledges the cultural di...

Austrian music institutions in new partnership

St Gilgen International School and Mozarteum University Salzburg are combining to offer an Int...

Bellevue Education chooses AccountsIQ and iSAMS solution

International schools group opts for affordable middle market Cloud accounting platform to mee...

Wycombe Abbey to open second international school in China

The Hengqin Wycombe Abbey International School will open in September 2019

Exceptional results for Abbey College International students

The Manchester college sails through their International Foundation Programme Pathways with un...

The Right Fit

Shelley Nadler, Legal Director at Bird & Bird looks at structures available to independent sch...

Why are British pupils applying to American universities?

As 65% of schools have students who go to overseas universities, Hilary Moriarty discusses the...

Malvern College: More than just a name

How does a British independent school successfully transfer its brand overseas? Lucinda Reid f...

What are the challenges facing international schools?

Lucinda Reid talks to a panel of senior leaders about their experiences overseas

Ellesmere College to open outpost in Asia

The college has teamed up with Matrix Global Schools

Worldstrides winners at the Telegraph Festival of Education

Zara Daswani from St Peter's School and Helen Cook from Dowdales School walk away with GoPros ...

A broader perspective: headship abroad

Tim Wilbur, Director of School Consultancy at Gabbitas Education, looks at why school leaders ...

Personalising learning in an international context

Greg Watson, Chief Executive of GL Education (GL Assessment in the UK), discusses the importan...

How can overseas schools reach parents?

Carolyn Savage of Winter's International School Finder, discusses how schools can engage with ...

A British education abroad

In a brand-conscious world, the British school brand takes some beating says Richard Gaskell, ...

Pupil releases single with Zulu reggae artist

Giggleswick School student, Wil Richmond collaborated with emerging Zulu reggae artist Ras d B...

How translation software can help schools

Schools up and down the country are dependent on the children themselves to communicate with t...

We have a global responsibility to take care of each other

Lucinda Reid visits UWC Atlantic College to speak to students and staff about their life-chan...

Technology and the international learning experience

How tech can help bridge the gaps between language and culture in international classrooms

University of Southampton introduce admissions policy for IB

University of Southampton is the first Russell Group University to officially recognise the IB...

With burning desire

Tim Wilbur, Director of Schools Consultancy at Gabbitas Education, reflects on how a strugglin...

Palaces, mosques and paella: pupils get a taste of Spain

Oundle School treats a group of year 9s to a trip to Granada

Geneva English School receives an 'Excellent' rating by ISI

Geneva English School becomes first international school in Switzerland to receive an 'Excelle...

Which is more important: high grades or high values?

Chris Jeffery, Head of Bootham School, compares Singapore's education system with the UK's

The importance of guardianship in independent schools

Tim Wilbur, Director of Schools Consultancy at Gabbitas Education, highlights the importance o...

Taking testing seriously

Alastair Montgomery, Director of UKiset, reflects on how schools and families benefit from ad...

Going global at Brighton College

Ian McIntyre, Director of International Schools at Brighton College, discusses ambitious progr...

Kings College, Taunton climb Mount Kenya

King's College, Taunton recount their journey to Mount Kenya and their community work in local...

How pencils are helping to change children's lives

Evan Lewis, Founder of Hope, asks: if you had a million spare pencils, what would you do with ...

Innovative prinicipal takes over UWC Atlantic College

Peter Howe joins UWC Atlantic College in Wales from Masstricht, The Netherlands with a wealth ...

Transformations: an international perspective

The 36th COBIS Annual Conference will bring together many key figures from international Briti...