Independent School Admissions Plus - Winter 2019

Independent School Admissions Plus - Winter 2019

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International Students: Working Together to Find the Right UK School.

With numbers of international pupils interested in UK Independent schools holding steady in these uncertain times, what should families be expecting, what questions should they be asking, and how can school admissions departments help?

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William Clarence Education Nominated ‘Pathway Company of the Year’ 2019 by Education Investor

William Clarence Education is proud to have been nominated in the ‘Pathway Company of the Year’ category for the third year running at the Education Investor Awards 2019, after another year of hard work, new opportunities, and rapid growth.

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Brexit - An Unexpected Boost for British Independent Schools?

Could a weak pound and a wobbly economy be just what UK Independent Schools need to get international bums on seats? We discuss the potential hidden upside of Brexit for British Education.

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The Trouble with Exam Statistics and League Tables...

All too often parents can find themselves seduced by the annual explosion of statistics emanating from Independent Schools during exam results days, but Dr. Helen Wright warns parents to take stats and league tables with a pinch of salt when choosing the right school.

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Should pupils suffer for a school’s league table ranking?

Head of School & University Placement, Diana Morant, discusses the concerning trend in schools of removing pupils after GCSE who have not fulfilled strict criteria to enter the sixth form, despite new harder exams.

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Which Independent School for your child, day or boarding?

There is a huge range of world class schooling available in the UK independent system, both day and boarding. Diana Morant urges parents to go with what is best for your child and works for your family in our latest blog.

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A Move at Sixth Form - Key Facts and Dates

For students considering a change of school for sixth form, now is the time to finalise your plans. William Clarence Head of School and University Placement outlines what you need to do, and when to hit the ground running...

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How to Prepare for your First Term at University

For many school leavers, the summer between school and university can seem a bit like an unreal bubble, but taking time to prepare for University can only be a good thing. Education Expert Dr. Helen Wright, shares her top tips...

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Education Experts respond to call for social mobility in UK’s independent school sector.

Leading names in UK Independent school admissions and marketing weigh in on David Goodhew’s plea for more focus on social mobility, bursaries and scholarships in Independent School Admissions Plus Magazine

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New Publication: Independent School Admissions Plus

Launching 16 May 2019, ‘Independent School Admissions Plus’ is a new, free print and online resource published by William Clarence Education to guide UK marketers and independent school recruitment registrars to admissions success.

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Independent School Marketing and Admissions Departments

In a climate where UK’s Independent School sector is facing uncertainties and challenges, William Clarence School Services launches this week, offering transparent and expert support for marketers and admissions staff.

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Independent School Admissions Plus - Summer 2019

Independent School Management Plus - Summer 2019

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How to win a place studying Medicine at a UK university

Getting into medical school in the UK is an extremely competitive process. In order to gain a place at a top University, it’s necessary to demonstrate exceptional grades and commitment. Here are some tips for application success from our University Application Consultants...

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Independent Schools are facing serious headwinds

Changes in economic policy and/or a change of government could result in independent schools closing, jobs being lost and thousands of children moving into state education. To prevent this from happening, senior leaders need to alter the way they run their schools and recruit their students.

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The Dark Side of putting bright children on TV | William Clarence

Seeing children crumble after being put under immense pressure to perform isn’t entertainment. Stephen Spriggs warns of the lasting implications of putting super-bright children on TV shows like Channel 4's Child Genius.

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Agents, Commissions, Conflicts of Interest? Tackling bias in Education Consultancy.

William Clarence MD, Stephen Spriggs, calls out money-grabbing school placement agencies and proposes new protections for schools and students.

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