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Which London School? and the South-East 2010/11 June 7, 2010

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Independent Education, John Catt Educational news, New releases.

Which London School? & the South-East is our guide to independent schooling in and surrounding the UK capital – and the 2010/11 edition is now back from the printers and being distributed nationwide and beyond.

The book is available to buy from all leading internet bookshops, including www.johncattbookshop.com, and is also distributed to major reference points in the UK and around the world – such as libraries, British Councils and the HR departments of Blue Chip companies.

In addition to a comprehensive directory of day, boarding and nursery schools, international schools as well as specialist sixth-form schools and colleges, the guidebook also contains a useful editorial section.

In this 21st edition, our editor Alex Sharratt has included articles from Simon Clegg CBE, former chief executive of the British Olympic Association; popular parenting website Mumsnet on Coping With The School Run; Edward Elliott, Head of the Perse school in Cambridge; David Boddy, Head of St James Independent School for Senior Boys; and Go4It and Northwood College.

We were also fortunate enough to feature a forward from Chris Woodhead, chairman of the Cognita group, and former HM Chief Inspector of Schools.

We would like to express our thanks to all those who contributed editorial and photographs to the book, and of course to all the schools who took the time to help us ensure that Which London School? remains the most comprehensive and accurate guide to independent education in the south-east.

The physical book is, of course, backed up by its sister website www.whichlondonschool.co.uk, which has also been fully updated and revised.



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