December edition of IET is out now!

The December issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store

Hot off the press, the latest issue of IET includes news, views and features from the independent education sector. 

Features include:

  • The private education debate starts here: current and future trends in the independent school sector, as discussed by Barnaby Lenon (ISC), Richard Harman (HMC), Alice Phillips (GSA), Robin Fletcher (BSA) and a selection of leading headteachers
  • Encouraging schoolgirls to be entrepreneurial
  • Harnessing the power of natural curiosity
  • A critique of exam league tables
  • Dealing with Year 11 stress
  • In praise of the school play
  • How shared parental leave may affect schools
  • What does the new charity SORP mean for schools
  • The pros and cons of running your own summer school
  • The new national director of the BSA reflects on his job
  • Choosing a catering consultant
  • Innovation special, including preview of Bett 2015
  • The rising popularity of European universities

Click here to read the latest edition for free. 

You can download the Apple and Android apps here and have the latest issue delivered directly to your device every month. 

Independent Education Today has a readership of some 15,000 and reaches more than 6,000 key decision makers in the independent education sector every month including head teachers, governors, bursars and catering managers. 

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