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2014 edition marks start of new era for Which School? directory November 5, 2013

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in Independent Education, New releases.
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Which School

The 2014 edition of Which School? has now been published.

This prestigious directory of independent schools is in its 89th edition but boasts a fresh new look for 2014. It is now in A4 landscape format with a hardback cover.

We also believe the new look gives a fantastic platform for schools to promote themselves to prospective parents, with the opportunity for a full page A4 photograph. We have been thrilled at some of the stunning pictures provided, from busy and vibrant classrooms to picturesque school settings.

Which School pic

Which School? has been helping families make the right choices for their children’s education since 1924. The current edition includes details of more than 1,800 UK independent schools.

As well as the printed book, it is supported by a fantastic eBook and the www.which-school.co.uk website.

To mark the start of this new era for Which School? we have sent a complimentary copy to selected schools, as well as to a distribution network that includes educational libraries, British embassies, consulates and high commissions, foreign embassies in the UK, British Forces’ libraries, educational departments, overseas agents, relocation agencies and the HR departments of top British companies.

In the picture above right, editor Jon Barnes and copy clerk Ian Morphew look at the end product of many months’ hard work leading up to publication of the book. We’d like to thank all the schools we’ve worked with this year.

If you would like to order a copy of Which School? please visit our bookshop.

If you are a school and would like to talk to us about possible inclusion in the 2015 edition or any of our other guidebooks, or for any other enquiries please call 01394 389850 or email enquiries@johncatt.com.

Likewise, if you are a school who has not received your complimentary copy, please get in touch.



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