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Knightsbridge School Expands
Opinion: Better Together
Modifying the Microbiome
Food for Thought
Championing the International Baccalaureate
If The Shoe Fits
Arkwright Scholar at St Peter’s School, York
Danes Hill Children Support Cobham Food Bank
Millfield Rifle Team are South West Champions
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Kenyan fashion designer Anna Trzebinski remembers her days at Scottish school, Fettes
I lived the happiest of barefoot African childhoods, free, independent and with...
Hurlingham Prep School head Simon Gould calls for prep schools to embrace a more egalitarian era
In science class at Hurlingham Prep School
Amid the chaos...
Catherine Milner argues that we ignore the benefits of children working with their hands at our peril
King Edward’s School Bath Art Department
The National Curriculum...
Annabel Heseltine finds out how independent schools are addressing governmental concerns that too few pupils are learning foreign languages
St Mary’s Calne students on the Great...
Myddelton students and staff, from left, Jack Wright, Ruthin, Libby Argent, Rhyl, Deputy Headmaster Ian Lloyd, teacher Bronya Morgan, from Denbigh, Ffion Lloyd, Dyserth,...
Heads of School
Victoria Lambert talks to author Frances Edmonds about the value of learning to fail successfully
Resilience is one of those life skills we all...
David Aldred goes backstage at Teddies
One of the great things about teaching drama is being in the empty space where anything can happen,...
Annabel Heseltine meets the clinical psychologist who argues that societyhas been ignoring the vital contribution made to society by autistic people.
Why did you write...
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Environmental campaigner, Julia Hailes believes that schools can do moreto prevent eco-anxiety becoming the biggest mental health issue of our time
Over 70 per...
As Winchester College welcomes girls into its sixth-form, Eleanor Doughty finds that heads are divided on the future of single-sex education
Marlborough School, Wiltshire
Focus: Medics, engineers and cyber geeks are the armies of today’s frontline and we need more of them as the pace of change accelerates.
Focus on…. A Call to Arms
Medics, engineers and cyber geeks are the armies of today’s frontline and we need more of them as the...
Mark Mortimer, Headmaster of Bryanston, says the responsibility to address the Everyone’s Invited revelations must be shared by schools, parents and the government
Max Davidson asks, has the A-level had its day? Is it time to embrace the IB with open arms?
Pupils consider their options at Bryanston, Dorset
Pupils are prepared for a life aided by understanding cultural nuance at EIFA International School
As society has become more globally connected, the ability to...
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Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill, is the first choice for international families in London
With 100 per cent success in all exams and graduates...
The pandemic has thrown questions surrounding the traditional university route into sharp focus. Oxford Media & Business School prepares its students for direct entry...
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