SPRING SUMMER ISSUE
Don’t miss an issue of our printed magazine
How Independent Schools Look Beyond the Curriculum
The Best Prep Schools for Gardening
Everything you Need to Know About Mindfulness
What Age Can Children Walk to School Alone?
Why Study a Law Degree?
Sixth Form Options: A-level or IB Diploma?
School Boat to Deliver Queen’s Mail
Summer Fields Announces Places for More Boys
Malvern St James Hold Mock Election
2 days ago
3 days ago
The schools encouraging a green-fingered approach from a young age
5 days ago
Cyrus Afkhami, founder of My Tutor Club, explains how revising the right way can be the key to success
7 days ago
Amid a growing complaint that children spend too much time cooped up inside, independent schools are integrating outdoor learning into the curriculum
1 week ago
1 week ago
Time to put your maths, English, science and history to the test
2 weeks ago
How pastoral care has evolved to address the pervading worries surrounding mental health
Listen to the small stuff, otherwise you might never hear the big stuff
Victoria Lambert looks at how schools are working to protect their pupils inside and out
Andrew Halls and Dr Nihara Krause are on hand to ease the pressure
Gareth Jones considers the role of schools in preventing mental health problems
3 weeks ago
Every teen should be eating these superfoods for increased concentration, memory and wellbeing
Are you smarter than one of the junior mathematicians taking part in Dauntsey's Dodecahedron this year?
Most UK independent schools are conscious of bringing up their pupils to embrace a global environment but some schools have always waved the international flag
UK independent schools are nurturing creative and artistic pupils, but nobody ignores the academic results
Ever wondered what matron is thinking? Now's your chance to find out...
Revision tips and techniques for a happy study leave
4 weeks ago
Patronage is not a new concept and neither are independent schools, but put them together and the impact can be electrifying
When a child suffers from a learning difficulty, it's all about speaking their language, says Jonathan Hetherington
Richard Cairns, headmaster of Brighton College, puts up a spirited case for co-education