A Curse called Ofsted

June 13th 2016 - Steve Spriggs

Stephen Spriggs, Managing Director of London Education Consultancy, William Clarence, shares his views on proposals for Ofsted-style inspections in private tutoring. Can it really work?

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Defending Private Education

June 6th 2016 - Steve Spriggs

Keeping a person out of a job because of their background is narrow minded. Steve Spriggs explains why recruiters should focus on the best candidate for the role, regardless of private or public education...

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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

May 4th 2016 - Admin

Should independent schools be worried about the rise in online learning? Could elite British 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

Gone are the days of Victorian-style schooling with the distant masters, caning and fags. Boarding schools today offer so much more than teaching...

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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

May 4th 2015 - Admin

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

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What Will Education in the Future Look Like ?

May 4th 2015 - Admin

Many educationalists agree that radical change of one sort or another is needed in our current education system, if future generations are to meet the needs of the workplace as well as their own aspirations. We consider the education systems of the distant future...

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