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Hello world! March 25, 2010

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Uncategorized.

Hi everyone,

Welcome to the John Catt Educational blog. If you’re reading this, the chances are that you are probably already aware of what we do. If not, here’s a (very) brief outline…

Founded in 1959 to provide services for schools, John Catt is principally engaged in the publication of books, directories and educational guides and magazines. For many years the main office was situated in a converted Victorian schoolhouse in Suffolk, UK, but in August 2008 we moved to new offices in Melton, Woodbridge.

Despite our rural situation, the company is international in aspect and serves clients from around the world. Our products are similarly distributed worldwide and the internet enables us to continuously transmit up-to-date information 24 hours a day.

We wanted to set up these pages to further our mission of promoting independent and international education by encouraging dialogue about the products we publish, schools, teaching and education as a whole. By talking openly about our publications, readers can help us achieve ever greater standards of quality and functionality.

And by discussing hot topics in education, we can increase awareness and understanding of the sector and keep developing confident and internationally-minded learners. And of course, like any good conversation there’s always the possibility of readers moving off on a tangent to other less serious topics…

So if there is anything you’d like to discuss, feel free to leave us a message or see if anyone is available for a chat. See you again soon,

Alex, assistant editor



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