The number of Chinese students attending private schools in the UK has soared by almost a fifth in a yearMore
A record number of parents are sending their children to independent schools, according to new figuresMore
Two independent schools in Essex have been inundated with calls from parents hoping for a place after...More
Independent schools are suffering from a greater decline in languages than state schools, a public school...More
Independent schools are suffering from a decline in language learning that is “more severe” than that...More
A head has claimed that single sex education allows girls to learn without the pressure to impress boysMore
Does the word ‘hashtag’ send a shiver down your spine? Do you recoil in panic when someone mentions...More
Christ’s Hospital in Sussex is a school steeped in tradition – students don Tudor-style uniforms and...More
In 2007, Perse Girls was a seven to 18 traditional girls’ school with a falling roll of 600. Jess Pike...More
Even the most ship-shape senior leadership team will feel nervous at the sight of an inspector at the...More
April 2015 Independent Executive
A Balancing act
Independent Executive is a management magazine and website for forward-thinking school leaders of independent schools. The magazine covers everything the modern school leader encounters, with news and analysis relating to the changes in the changing education sector. Our strapline, ‘Independent thinking for independent schools’, drives everything that makes us unique and leading in this sector.
We feature a host of editorial content to help decision-makers in the independent sector choose the right options to ensure they do best by their pupils. From case studies, to in-depth sector analyses, quick tips to news, Independent Executive has all the information the modern independent school leader needs to make those decisions, whether they be financial, managerial or strategic in nature.
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