When is a Disruptive Child a Gifted Child? We explore the traits and next steps for a gifted child.

Traits of a gifted child

May 4th 2017 - Admin

When is a Disruptive Child a Gifted Child? We explore the traits and next steps for a gifted child.

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Why are Families Increasingly Turning to Full Time Tutors?

Why are Families Increasingly Turning to Full Time Tutors?

May 4th 2017 - Admin

We look at why, for increasing numbers of both overseas and domestic families, full time tutoring is becoming an attractive option.

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Why families use Homeschooling Tutors in London?

Why families use Homeschooling Tutors in London?

May 4th 2017 - Admin

The reasons for choosing to homeschool are as individual as each family, but numbers of homeschooled students are definitely on the rise. It’s easy to see why, when you look at its many advantages.

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Tutoring Around the World: Why is Britain Lagging Behind?

Tutoring Around the World: Why is Britain Lagging Behind?

May 4th 2017 - Admin

Around the world, the tutoring culture is flourishing, yet here in the UK, it remains almost hidden, spoken of in hushed tones outside the school gate, and in many ways considered rather “Un-British”.

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What Can Be Done About the Gap Between Private and State Education?

What Can Be Done About the Gap Between Private and State Education?

May 4th 2017 - Admin

That such a gap exists is beyond question. So what could be done, in theory, and what is the next Government likely to achieve, in practice?

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The Inequalities of Tutoring Access

The Inequalities of Tutoring Access

May 4th 2017 - Admin

Private tutoring among the highest earning families is growing rapidly. Should this inequality of access be addressed? And how might it best be tackled?

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Buying Your Way into Britain’s Best Schools: Can It Be Done?

Buying Your Way into Britain’s Best Schools: Can It Be Done?

May 4th 2017 - Admin

What if, assuming you had the means, you could just buy your way to the top public schools? Let's separate fact from fiction.

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Why are More Overseas Families Choosing British Schools?

May 4th 2017 - Admin

Around the world, this phrase conjures up images of historic schools, British traditions, rigorous academics and hearty sportsmanship. A British education has always carried a certain prestige, and even in today’s egalitarian age, that shows no sign of diminishing.

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The Importance of Sport In Your Child's Education

May 3rd 2017 - Admin

Is your child the sporty type? Is he or she more likely to be found in the pool or on the pitch rather than engrossed in a book?

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Changing Trends in Teacher Training – and Why It Matters

Changing Trends in Teacher Training – and Why It Matters

May 2nd 2017 - Admin

The way in which teachers train is changing – what kind of impact can we expect this to have in the future?

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The Unstoppable Rise of the International School

The Unstoppable Rise of the International School

May 1st 2017 - Admin

With over 7000 international schools worldwide and the numbers are growing rapidly, what might this mean for education here in the UK?

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William Clarence Education, London - Single Sex or Mixed?

Single Sex or Mixed: Decisions Decisions

July 14th 2016 - Admin

Research shows that boys and girls learn differently and they can benefit by being taught separately.

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The Impact of Brexit on Education

June 20th 2016 - Admin

Baroness Warsi has switched sides from leave to remain, proving that with four days to go until the referendum, not everyone is decided.

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A Curse called Ofsted

June 13th 2016 - Admin

Are there words that strike fear into a teacher more than "Ofsted is visiting"? Cue sleepless nights producing a week's worth of lesson plans, a rainforest's worth of admin and cro...

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Defending Private Education

June 6th 2016 - Admin

We would like to muscle in on the latest playground scrap. After MP Matt Hancock suggested employers weed out privileged job applicants by asking them if they were privately educat...

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Solving Britain’s Maths Problem

Solving Britain’s Maths Problem

May 4th 2016 - Admin

With fewer graduates in maths and sciences, the UK is less able to compete in the global economy. But what can we do about it?

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The Impact of Online Education on Britain’s Independent Schools

The Impact of Online Education on Britain’s Independent Schools

May 4th 2016 - Admin

Should independent schools be worried about the rise in online learning? Could schools like Eton really be replaced by virtual classrooms?

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To Board or not to Board? That is the question

May 4th 2016 - Admin

At the age of two, the Queen's great granddaughter Mia Tindall has started a constitutional row - to go or not to go to boarding school. Mia's dad (and former day boy) Mike Tindall...

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Are the Middle Classes Being Priced Out of Private Education?

Are the Middle Classes Being Priced Out of Private Education?

May 4th 2015 - Admin

Private schooling is becoming increasingly unaffordable for the stretched middle class. So what are schools and the Government doing to help?

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The Appeal of a British Education

The Appeal of a British Education

May 4th 2015 - Admin

As it becomes more and more expensive, what is it about a British education which so appeals to families from overseas?

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