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New release: Which London School? & the South-East 2014/15 April 10, 2014

Posted by Jonathan Barnes, editor in Independent Education, New releases.
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We are very pleased to announce the publication of the 2014/15 edition of Which London School? and the South-East.

It is the 25th edition of this guidebook, which provides information on more than 1,500 schools in the Greater London and surrounding area.

We have given the guide a fresh look this year, in line with our stable of guidebooks, and this means we are able to display the copy and images of profiling schools better than ever before.

Copies of the book will soon be arriving with schools, as well as distributed to key reference points – including educational libraries, HR departments and embassies – for families as they search for the right school for their children.

What is particularly pleasing this year is the excellent editorial on offer in this edition. I was delighted to receive excellent pieces from Neil Chippington at St Paul’s Cathedral School; Louise Simpson at Bromley High School; Mark Steed at Berkhamsted School; Jo Glen at Dolphin School; Stella Ottewill at the St Michael Steiner School; Simon Smith at Haileybury; and Simon Hitchings, of Swanbourne House School.

I will be placing many of these articles online in the next few weeks, and they are well worth a read, sharing the benefit of vast experience and raising topics that will interest anyone connected to independent schools.

If you would like to order a copy of Which London School? & the South-East, please visit our bookshop. For any other enquiries about this guide or any other of our publications, please email us at enquiries@johncatt.com.



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