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Summer 2013 issue of Prep School magazine available now May 20, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in John Catt Educational news, Marketing.
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The summer issue of Prep School magazine is available now – in print and online.

The magazine, produced in partnership with SATIPS (Support and Training in Prep Schools), will be arriving with schools and subscribers this week.

You can also read it online here: www.prepschoolmag.co.uk

This issue has a focus on ICT and encourages schools to use the summer term to consider the challenges that lie ahead.

In her welcome notes, editor Michele Kitto writes: “Now is an excellent time to look at the demands of the curriculum and to build in new experiences. The sustainability article (by Robin Davies, Barfield School) shares the sorts of discussions we should be having about how we can embed this philosophy into our schools. Or maybe it is time to go all iPad, or Google? What about developing a digital curriculum? Is it time to look again at your pupils’ emotional needs? How about doing something different to help the move from junior to senior school? Can phonics teaching be spiced up? Perhaps puppets could help in the classroom? Is handwriting being neglected?

“This issue is packed full of ideas to get your staffroom talking and thinking: use it to plan next year’s educational journey. On this journey you may need to change route or double back on yourself. You’ll almost certainly need to take detours – and the odd risk. I am afraid your satnav won’t work. But the view when you get there will be fantastic.”

Prep School is published three times a year. Potential contributors can contact editor Michèle Kitto at editor@prepschoolmag.co.uk while advertisers can get in touch with Madeleine Anderson at manderson@johncatt.com.

To subscribe to Prep School magazine, please visit our bookshop.



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