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New headteacher appointed at Belmont Grosvenor School

Sophia Ashworth Jones will join Belmont Grosvenor School in September 2018

What students don't know about their UK uni offer chance

Sponsored: Lucy Stonehill, CEO at BridgeU, looks at why schools need to go beyond stated entry...

Inventing tomorrow at the Global Education & Skills Forum

Editor Lucinda Reid attended the sixth annual GESF in Dubai to hear from outstanding speakers ...

Content for Firefly parental engagement webinar announced

Sponsored: How Kensington Prep school achieved 100% tech adoption amongst students, teachers a...

Schools should subscribe to the news of the world

It's a mistake to avoid discussing current affairs with students, says Danuta Tomasz. Instead,...

Using technology to make the most of your library space

SPONSORED: D-Tech International, looks at current library technology in the education sector

Measuring value by degrees

Hilary Moriarty looks at the university landscape and how it could impact the next generation ...

Why schools should remove 'mindless' homework

Ben Evans, Headmaster at Edge Grove School, explains why schools need to rethink the purpose o...

Four is the magic number at Glenalmond College

Glenalmond College's Jenny Davey describes the school's recent decision to insist that every p...

Intelligence: all we've learned or our future potential?

Charlotte Avery, Headmistress of St Mary's School, Cambridge, discusses why we shouldn't confl...

Why is it socially acceptable to be 'bad at maths'?

Dr John Hind, Principal at Dame Allan's Schools, tries to solve the puzzle of why a lack of ma...

Mixed messages could discourage young UK scientists

Almost 90% of UK adults say they would encourage children to pursue a science-related career, ...

Should You Advise Students to Pursue a Career in Property?

Sponsored: Why there is still money to be made in property development

Safeguarding, big data and student protection webinar

Everything your IT team needs to know about big data & student safeguarding

Surge in demand for GCSE Easter Revision courses

So says the Council for Independent Education, the professional association for 22 of the lead...

Educating students on the ins and outs of car ownership

Sponsored: How to ensure your students are adequately insured

Bristol Grammar becomes an IB World School

The school will be offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma to students in its sixth f...

Why do some children succeed and others do not?

Andrew Cook, Headmaster at King's House School, explores why some young people succeed and oth...

Well, what do you know?

Does everything have a right and wrong answer? Hilary Moriarty looks at the subjects which can...

Addressing the languages deficit

The study of Modern Foreign Languages should be valued in the same way as STEM subjects, insis...

The important role of a school library

Ahead of World Book Day on 1st March, Julie Littler, Librarian at Abbey Gate College, discusse...

EPQ success for Badminton School girls

Seven pupils celebrated success, with all grades awarded for their Extended Project Qualificat...

Kings Monkton daydream for National Storytelling Week

Pupils at Kings Monkton are celebrating the joy of storytelling by turning day-dreams into wri...

Becoming an Arts Award Adviser with Trinity College London

SPONSORED: Annabel Thomas explains how becoming an Arts Award Adviser benefits your students, ...

Combined Studies at Abbey College: Alternative to A-levels

Liz Elam, Principal at Abbey College Manchester, discusses the new Combined Studies Programme ...

Steiner Waldorf look to counter 'exam factory' culture

Ofsted's Amanda Spielman has criticised schools operating as 'exam factories' and obsessing ab...

St Anthony's School for Girls achieves 'Outstanding'

The quality of teaching, learning and assessment was one of the areas rated Outstanding

Supporting primary schools with outreach boxes

Graeme Lawrie, Director of Innovation and Outreach at Sevenoaks School, discusses helping loca...

The spring 2018 issue of Independent School Sport is live!

What will 2018 hold for independent school sport? Six independent schools reveal their plans.....

Banking on Barnard Castle: why a headmaster changed careers

Three months into his headship at Barnard Castle School, Tony Jackson describes the rich rewar...

King's Ely: Putting languages at the core

Stop treating learning languages as an 'intellectual pursuit' rather than the acquisition of ...

A world of wonderful words at Bickley Park School

Patrick Wenham, the Headteacher, discusses the importance of teaching languages to children i...

How to become an All-Steinway school

Caroline Daniel, Director of Music at Bromley High School, explains how the school achieved St...

How can we encourage creativity in the classroom?

Deborah Fisher - Head of SIMS Independent, Capita - has some pertinent suggestions to share

The state of the arts: moving from STEM to STEAM

Hannah Vickers asks eight senior leaders about the future of the arts and how they think creat...

The real thing: authenticity in the classroom and beyond

By Hilary Moriarty, an independent advisor for schools, and former Head and former National Di...

Bickley Park School predicts 2018 education trends

The independent pre and prep school for boys, based in Bromley, offers expert thoughts on what...

How to maximise your teaching talent pool

Denise Inwood, Managing Director of BlueSky, explains how systematic succession planning helps...

How can library technology solutions save your school money?

SPONSORED: James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International looks at ways library technology can ...

Lockers Park Chapel Choir performs at festival

The pupils were taking part in Berkhamsted's Festival of Light