Exams put children under 'vile, cruel pressure', head of Wellington says

Sir Anthony Seldon says children should not be told school is the best days of their lives, because they...More

Department for Education backs major Highgate School initiative for care leavers

Highgate School has been awarded £50,000 by the Department for Education to support an intervention...More

Spring might be here but our early bird ticket offer is on its way out

With the clocks going forward on Sunday we can all look forward to lighter evenings, blossom-laden trees...More

Independent schools do 'almost triple amount of sports than state counterparts'

Independent school pupils in the UK do almost triple the amount of sports compared to students at state...More

Parents are wary of technology, says independent headteacher

Some parents are unsure about the increasing use of technology in the classroom and prefer their children...More

Eton head says single-sex schools ‘preserve innocence’ for longer

Single-sex schools allow pupils’ innocence to ‘last a little longer’, the head of Eton has saidMore

From March’s issue the magazine: The world’s your oyster

With international education booming, what opportunities are available for senior leaders looking at posts...More

From March’s issue the magazine: The big tax debate

Whilst many school leaders have expressed outrage at recent threats to private schools’ charitable...More

From March’s issue the magazine: Getting it pitch perfect

Every independent school wants to be able to say they boast the best sports pitches, and artificial turf...More

Prep school attended by Prince Charles receives damning Ofsted report

School inspectors have delivered a damning verdict on the private prep school Hill House in London, which...More

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The future for the independent schools sector – Wednesday 4 November, central London

Sessions at this seminar will look at future challenges and opportunities for independent schools

Using technology in education – Tuesday 9 June, central London

Bringing out the latest thinking on the use of technology in education, this seminar follows the

Primary schools ignore government call for investment in play and sport

Thirty eight per cent of primary schools have a poor provision of play equipment despite the gove

Former head and office manager accused of taking £13,000 from primary school

A former headteacher and his office manager have appeared in court charged with helping themselve

Exams put children under 'vile, cruel pressure', head of Wellington says

Sir Anthony Seldon says children should not be told school is the best days of their lives, becau