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New release: Which London School? & the South-East 2012-13 April 10, 2012

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in New releases.

The latest edition of Which London School? & the South-East is back from our printers and on sale now.

Thanks go to all the schools who have taken the opportunity to promote themselves in the 2012-13 edition of this guide to independent education in London and the Home Counties.

The book will shortly be 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

It includes a comprehensive directory of independent schools in the capital and surrounding counties and important information on educational organisations and examinations and qualifications.

There is also an editorial section featuring top advice and opinion from leading figures in the independent education sector, including John Wood, chair of the Independent Schools Association, and David Rose, Headmaster of The North London International School. We also hear from the Girls’ School Association about how technology is revolutionising the classroom.

Here’s an extract from David Rose’s article:

“Since my return [to London in 2005] I have become very familiar with the other international schools that encircle London and also I am getting to know the many impressive, traditional independent schools that are located in London. There is such a wide choice of schools available to parents that I am sure did not exist in 1975 – independent faith schools, Montessori schools, International Baccalaureate World Schools, schools like mine that are part of a global network, brand new state of the art schools and those with histories and traditions that go back centuries. And what a time it is now to be leading a school in London with the Olympic Games getting closer and of course all the pomp and ceremony of a Diamond Jubilee celebration due!”

To buy the book, click here



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