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New release – Which School? 2013 September 10, 2012

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in Independent Education, New releases.
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The 2013 edition of Which School? – the authoritative guide to British independent schools – is now available.

It is the 88th edition of this highly-respected guide, which was first published in 1924.

Which School? features details on more than 2,000 independent schools and brings together a wealth of information about boarding and day senior schools, prep and junior schools and selected international schools.

The aim of this long-standing publication is to guide parents and children through the process of choosing the right school.

This year, consultant editor Tom Wheare has assembled an excellent selection of editorials, with contributions from Richard Cairns, Head Master of Brighton College, and Dr Ian Walker, who reflects on 26 years as Head Master of King’s Rochester.

Other contributors include:

● Dr Christopher See, offering a tutor’s perspective on how to get into Oxbridge.

● Maureen Bosch, from the Girls’ Day School Trust, on how to add 50,000 scientists and mathematicians to the UK workforce.

● Alex Claydon, from Crackergroup, explaining how the internet can be used to boost engineering and science careers.

● Julie Booth, of Capita SIMS, with some ideas for schools for cutting costs and keeping down fees.

We are also very pleased to feature an article from SFIA offering independent advice for parents on managing school fees, as well as informative pieces outlining the services, aims and purposes of each of the leading independent school associations.

To order a copy of Which School? click here to visit our bookshop.

You will also find information on schools featured in the guide at www.schoolsearch.co.uk.

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