‘Education is letting our young people down by not giving them an effective political education’

Independent schools must lead the way in bringing politics to young people, says Andrew Bowman, New Hall School's head of politics

‘By 2024 in Paris I plan to be a contender’: former Roedean pupil

When Roedean School opened its doors to local, talented girls, Amber Anning got the chance to start her journey towards becoming an Olympic medallist, writes Jo Golding

Learning a musical instrument aids academic success, says Reigate Grammar School

The independent school found its music students achieved better results in their A-levels

Vegan know-how

Amanda Ursell, consultant nutritionist for CH&CO Independent, gives sound advice for Veganuary 2020

Bolton School teacher rewarded for iPad rollout success

Nic Ford has been nominated for an i25 award, recognising the independent sector’s “leading influencers and innovators”

Last chance to register for The Schools & Academies Show 2019

Show organisers explain why The Schools & Academies Show is a key event to receive industry-tested practical advice, guidance and solutions

If only I’d known about this before the start of term: school fees

New research* from School Fee Plan indicates many parents aren’t sufficiently informed when it comes to the available options for paying fees. An affiliation with School Fee Plan could be just what schools, and parents, are looking for

Best value private schools revealed

An interactive tool allows people to see how one school fares against others in terms of value for money

The Schools and Academies Show returns this November

The two-day event, taking place on 13–14 November, will present senior government speakers and association leaders from across the sector

St Swithun’s to provide two full bursaries every year

In order to provide two full bursaries every year, St Swithun’s School has re-launched its Bramston Bursary Foundation


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