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Which London School? & the South-East 2011/12 published April 21, 2011

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Independent Education, New releases.

We have received back from the printers the latest edition of our Which London School & the South-East guide.

Thank you to all those schools who have taken the opportunity to promote yourselves within this 22nd edition of this guidebook to independent education in London and the home counties.

As we speak, the book is being distributed to our controlled list in the UK and abroad, including relocation agencies, educational consultants, British Forces’ libraries, main UK libraries, British Council offices and British Embassies. Copies are sold through leading bookshops and online through Amazon, Google Books as well as www.johncattbookshop.com

In addition to details of all independent schools in the region, and expanded descriptions from selected others, the book also contains an editorial section which parents and professionals will find useful for more information on the independent sector.

It includes an introduction by David Levin, chairman of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference; Arthur Bray, chairman of the Independent Schools Association, telling parents that an independent education still provides good value for money; the Girls’ Schools association, writing about combining sport and academic success; and  Mumsnet, on coping with the school run.

The book is available to buy here.



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