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Summer is here for Conference & Common Room magazine – read it online April 30, 2012

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in Independent Education, Magazines.
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The summer issue of Conference & Common Room magazine is now available in digital format.

You can read it online by clicking here.

Printed copies will be arriving in common rooms and with subscribers shortly.

C&CR is the professional journal of Headmasters’ & Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) schools. It was founded in 1963 and is read by Heads, bursars and key teaching staff of these schools.

The HMC represents the Heads of 260 leading independent schools in the UK. Schools whose Heads are members of HMC are renowned worldwide and are at the forefront of educational excellence.

In the summer issue of C&CR, Graeme May asks whether the Common Entrance exam is fit for purpose, John Edwards looks at differences in independent schools north of the border, Chris Ramsey writes an open letter to the new director of the Office for Fair Access and David Gibbs looks at the opportunities for HMC schools to link up with academies.

There is also much more to enjoy within the 56 pages, including interviews, book reviews and letters to the editor.

C&CR is published three times a year, at the start of each school term. If you are interested in contributing to the magazine, you can contact Editor Tom Wheare at tom@dunbry.plus.com. Potential advertisers can contact Madeleine Anderson at manderson@johncatt.com.

To subscribe to the magazine, visit our bookshop by clicking here.



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