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Prep School’s new editor! July 8, 2010

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Independent Education.
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The autumn issue heralds a new era for Prep School magazine, a publication John Catt have proudly published for a number of years.

We will let satips chairman Michael Denton explain…

Over the past 20 years, satips is proud to have been associated with IAPS in the successful publication of Prep School magazine, which has reflected the interests of both organisations. Now satips plans to continue with the publication on its own, with the help and support of many individuals and organisations involved in the prep school world.

Prep School would not be the success it is without experienced editorial guidance, and we owe an enormous debt to David Tytler, who has done a magnificent job as editor over the last 14 years. He leaves the magazine in good heart and we thank him warmly for everything he has done.

Stuart Thackrah, as chairman of the Joint Editorial Board, has led the team skilfully and with good humour. It has been a pleasure to have worked so closely with him and, as I take on the chairmanship, I hope that Stuart will continue to give advice and guidance in the future. On behalf of satips, I offer Stuart my grateful thanks.

The new editor is Michèle Kitto, whom many of you will know from her work organising professional courses and our annual Art Exhibition. We welcome her and wish her well with her brief, Reflecting the best in the prep school world.

Michele (pictured left, looking very happy) is currently working hard on her first issue, which will be out in UK prep schools in August, and I know she is very excited about her involvement in the magazine. We have been working on a slightly new look, a bit fresher and brighter, and I have been proofing the articles today – it’s all looking very exciting.

We would like to extend our thanks to previous editor David Tytler, who took over the magazine way back in 1996. David has done a fantastic job over the last 14 years and the current popularity and reputation of the magazine is in no small part down to his hard work.

A copy of the magazine are sent to every independent prep and junior school in the UK, but extra copies can be ordered through our bookshop: www.johncattbookshop.com

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