Managing Homesickness at UK boarding schools: every parent’s nightmare

Managing Homesickness: every parent’s nightmare

September 18th 2018 - Dr. Helen Wright

Boarding schools provide an amazing all-round, complete education, and one of the best decisions you can take as a parent is to choose to send your child to one, but there's one nightmare parents dread - Homesickness. Here's how to tackle it...

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UK University Tuition Fees after Brexit

UK University Tuition Fees after Brexit

September 6th 2018 - Admin

While the Government promises that European University students won’t be faced with higher fees or have their loans withdrawn on March 29, 2019, it’s inevitable the position of overseas students will change in the future. Stephen Spriggs makes his predictions on the future of EU students in the UK.

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The biggest headache for UK Schools - The Unconditional University Offer

The biggest headache for UK Schools - The Unconditional University Offer

September 6th 2018 - Admin

For an increasing number of teenagers, there won't be any pressure this exam year because they were handed an unconditional university offer months ago. Our education consultants explain why this is such a headache for UK schools...

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Creating a New Curriculum

Creating a New Curriculum – Answers on a Postcard

July 16th 2018 - Peter Tait

Is it time to approach the UK curriculum anew? Even if it involves dismantling and rebuilding the education paradigm we are comfortable with? Peter Tait discusses...

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Job interview

Should potential employers ask what school you attended ?

July 7th 2018 - Admin

Imagine you’re at a job interview. You’re asked a bit about your background – qualifications, work experience, reasons for wanting the position and the slightly awkward question of...

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Data and Artificial Intelligence

What is data and how does it link to Artificial Intelligence?

July 2nd 2018 - Adam Anstey

Data, a word recently inundating our lives, is derived from the Latin word Dare, literally meaning, “something given”. No irony is lost in the fact that as a society, we...

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Threats to the UK's independent schools

Working together to tackle threats to independent schools

June 4th 2018 - Peter Tait

Peter Tait looks at the threats to the UK's independent schools and how to tackle them, as discussed at the Pressburst Conference on communications and marketing in independent schools.

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For school associations and their teachers, the annual conference has become the great ideas market place, the showpiece of their schools and an important shop window for its suppliers and sponsors.

Let’s Have a Conference

June 2nd 2018 - Peter Tait

For school associations and their teachers, the annual conference has become the great ideas market place, the showpiece of their schools and an important shop window for its suppliers and sponsors.

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What is required to become an educational guardian for international students in the UK?

What is required to become an educational guardian for international students?

May 2nd 2018 - Yasemin Wigglesworth

‘Anyone can set up as an educational guardian’. Anyone can, it’s true, but the level of hard work, care and commitment required should not be underestimated. Yasemin Wigglesworth of AEGIS explains why.

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This year we have seen the explosion of the phenomenon of study-bloggers, yet there are those who are not convinced

Study Tubers and What they tell Us about the World of Education

April 25th 2018 - Peter Tait

This year we have seen the explosion of the phenomenon of study-bloggers, yet there are those who are not convinced. Peter Tait discusses...

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All students can thrive when correct support and educational provisions are provided, and a number of schools offer SEN provisions, with varying levels of support and services, but what does it mean?

Importance of SEN provisions in schools

April 5th 2018 - Craig Van-de-Velde

All students can thrive when correct support and educational provisions are provided, and a number of schools offer SEN provisions, with varying levels of support and services, but what does it mean?

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British Boarding Schools Consultant

Global mobility, social mobility: why sending your child to boarding school will make a difference to their future.

February 26th 2018 - Dr Helen Wright

There is one message which parents invariably communicate: they want the very, very best for their children’s education - this is where the great boarding schools of the UK, the US and Europe really shine

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What parents should ask about pupil relationships in school

Spreading the love...? What parents should ask about pupil relationships in school

February 12th 2018 - Dr Helen Wright

Parents should not have to shoulder the entire burden of guiding their teenager through their formative young adult years; they need partners, and this, of course, is where parents should turn to schools.

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William Clarence Education consultants set to advocate for British education in Dubai and China.

William Clarence Education consultants set to advocate for British education in Dubai and China.

October 31st 2017 - Admin

Officials from leading London Education Consultancy, William Clarence Education, to attend meetings and engagements in China and the Middle East.

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UK University placement consultant London

William Clarence Education welcomes two new university placement consultants

July 28th 2017 - Admin

The leading London education consultancy welcomes aboard two exceptional team members, taking on key new roles within the firm’s established University Placement and US College Admissions departments.

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Increase in summer holiday private tuition

Increase in summer holiday private tuition

July 28th 2017 - Admin

In the past year, there has been an 120% increase in the number of parents seeking summer holiday private tuition.

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Double nomination for William Clarence Education Consultants at the EducationInvestor Awards 2017

Double nomination for William Clarence Education Consultants at the EducationInvestor Awards 2017

July 26th 2017 - Admin

Following the announcement of the Education Investor Awards Finalists this month, the leading London education consultancy couldn’t be happier to be nominated.

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Homeschooling Tuition London

A Rising trend in Homeschooling

July 14th 2017 - Admin

While the continued rise in home education in the UK has prompted concerns, if done correctly, home schooling can be highly beneficial, with children receiving bespoke, one-to-one tuition that provides a supportive and liberating learning environment.

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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

Naughty child vs gifted child? Disruptive vs frustrated? Our education consultants explain how to distinguish the key traits that make a world of difference in the classroom.

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Why are Families Increasingly Turning to Full Time Private Tutors?

Why are Families Increasingly Turning to Full Time Tutors?

May 4th 2017 - Admin

Our education consultants look at why, for increasing numbers of both international and domestic families, full time tutoring is becoming an attractive option in the UK.

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