Working together to tackle threats to independent schools

Peter Tait looks at the threats to the UK's independent schools and how to tackle them, as discussed at the Pressburst Conference on communications and marketing in independent schools.

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Let’s Have a Conference

For school associations and their teachers, the annual conference has become the great ideas market place, the showpiece of their schools and an important shop window for its suppliers and sponsors.

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How to become an educational guardian for international students

‘Anyone can set up as an educational guardian’. Anyone can, it’s true, but the level of hard work, care and commitment required should not be underestimated. Yasemin Wigglesworth of AEGIS explains why.

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Study Tubers and What they tell Us about the World of Education

This year we have seen the explosion of the phenomenon of study-bloggers, yet there are those who are not convinced. Peter Tait discusses...

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Importance of SEN provisions in schools

All students can thrive when correct support and educational provisions are provided, and a number of schools offer SEN provisions, with varying levels of support and services, but what does it mean?

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Global mobility, social mobility: why sending your child to boarding school will make a difference to their future.

There is one message which parents invariably communicate: they want the very, very best for their children’s education - this is where the great boarding schools of the UK, the US and Europe really shine

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Spreading the love...? What parents should ask about pupil relationships in school

Parents should not have to shoulder the entire burden of guiding their teenager through their formative young adult years; they need partners, and this, of course, is where parents should turn to schools.

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William Clarence Education consultants set to advocate for British education in Dubai and China.

Officials from leading London Education Consultancy, William Clarence Education, to attend meetings and engagements in China and the Middle East.

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Two New University Placement Consultants Appointed by William Clarence

The leading London education consultancy welcomes aboard two exceptional team members, taking on key new roles within the firm’s established University Placement and US College Admissions departments.

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Increase in summer holiday private tuition

In the past year, there has been an 120% increase in the number of parents seeking summer holiday private tuition.

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Double nomination for William Clarence Education Consultants at the EducationInvestor Awards 2017

Following the announcement of the Education Investor Awards Finalists this month, the leading London education consultancy couldn’t be happier to be nominated.

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A Rising trend in Homeschooling

While the continued rise in home education in the UK has prompted concerns, if done correctly, home schooling can be highly beneficial, with children receiving bespoke, one-to-one tuition that provides a supportive and liberating learning environment.

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Traits of a gifted child

Naughty child vs gifted child? Disruptive vs frustrated? Our education consultants explain how to distinguish the key traits that make a world of difference in the classroom.

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Why are Families Increasingly Turning to Full Time Tutors?

Our education consultants look at why, for increasing numbers of both international and domestic families, full time tutoring is becoming an attractive option in the UK.

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Why families use Homeschooling Tutors in London?

The reasons for choosing to homeschool are as individual as each family, but numbers of homeschooled students are definitely on the rise. It’s easy to see why, when you look at its many advantages.

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Private Tutoring Around the World: Why is Britain Lagging Behind?

Around the world, the private tutoring culture is flourishing, yet here in the UK, it remains almost hidden. How can we move with the times?

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What Can Be Done About the Gap Between Private and State Education?

That such a gap exists is beyond question. So what could be done, in theory, and what is the next Government likely to achieve, in practice?

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The Inequalities of Tutoring Access

Private tutoring among the highest earning families is growing rapidly. Should this inequality of access be addressed? And how might it best be tackled?

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Buying Your Way into Britain’s Best Schools: Can It Be Done?

The admissions procedures for Britain’s top independent schools are complex. What if, assuming you had the means, you could just buy your way to the top public schools? Our education consultants separate fact from fiction.

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Why are More Overseas Families Choosing British Schools?

British schools evoke images of prestige and tradition, and they're attracting record numbers of overseas families.

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