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Richard Metcalfe remembers the day he was first...
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Classroom teachers in state sector felt generally...
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Geoff Barton of ASCL says the idea of taking GCSEs and A-levels online is 'pie in the sky'
Many families earning over £60,000 would now think about switching children to independent schools to ensure better home learning provision
Classroom teachers in state sector felt generally less anxious than normal during lockdown, a study shows
Independent schools are among those considering alternatives
ISC chair Barnaby Lenon warns of the dangers of the politicisation of elite university admissions
Official figures show a 12 per cent absence rate last week, as children returned to school during the pandemic
Researchers in Bristol will saliva-test 4,000 pupils and 1,000 staff
Schools at risk of 'grinding to a halt' as staff and students wait for tests, say heads
Admissions & Marketing
Rather than rely on their instincts alone, schools can benefit hugely from being able to visualise performance, writes Nathalie Sinyard
Covid has stopped trips to international recruitment events, but there are other ways to build relationships, writes Lucy Barnwell
Digital advertising has been a game changer but don't forget the power of print
'The demonic crunch of the algorithm' has helped many see why exams are so vital, writes Emma White.
UK-based independent education providers could come to be seen as 'colonial and unwelcome' in China, writes Andrew Lewer MP
Students will need prepare in new ways to be ready for the 'new normal' of Zoom university interviews
Bursars & Finance
Tim Ryan explains how to mitigate the problem and avoid unwittingly committing an offence
Richard Metcalfe remembers the day he was first appointed as a bursar, nervous that his lack of a pair of brogues would hold him back
Independent schools must remain vigilant and improve their defences against attack, writes Martin Taylor
There are many factors to take into account when setting up a bursary fund
Variety is the key to the success of Bolton School's commercial subsidiary, which funds bursaries for secondary pupils
If predictions about a Covid-driven surge in pupil numbers don't come true, schools will need a safety net
A good relationship between bursars and marketers is vital for independent schools
Development and Fundraising
Lockdown could mean this year's cohort of leavers is probably the most ready to engage with development officers
Heads & Governors
David James reflects on the difficulties staff have faced during the Covid crisis - and how it has brought people together
Nicola Griffiths explores the most constructive ways to let pupils and teachers know how they are doing
Ian Power from the HMC says 'vast majority' of teachers trained on SCITTs now have jobs in the state system
Independent schools' ability to move fast and decisively has worked to their advantage in the pandemic, writes IAPS chief executive Chris King
Exposure to great role models and a broad range of experiences will help children find their purpose, writes Professor Ger Graus
A student and staff questionnaire would help schools benefit from lockdown experiences, writes Peter Tait
Future careers will be defined by uncertainty, so let's rethink education
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