From the new Woman's Hour presenter to a VP of Facebook, MHSG has a proud history of turning out...

A short adventure to the Middle East turned into a career where the focus on education, rather than...

Schools who focus on fundraising could be surprised by the generosity of donors, even in the...

Not many schools give girls the chance to train as Formula 1 race marshals, writes Sarah Lillicrap...

Expert Alex Stanford-Tuck explores what to consider to ensure the successful sale of an educational...

A special course for international students returning to the UK this autumn allowed them to connect...

Independent schools will benefit from a better recruitment pool if they embrace flexible working,...

We must prepare children for the future world of work, where young people could become 'urban...


Schools faced with parents threatening to home educate need to know all the arguments against it, writes successful home educator Emma White


Jo Nugent explains how a very traditional school has embraced modern approaches to learning - and even has a teacher who designs video games


Chris King reflects on the efforts schools made to contribute during the Covid-19 lockdown, stressing they would do it all again if duty called


Chris Seal reports on Thailand's straightforward approach to Covid 19 and recalls how he and staff made the most of a summer 'stuck' in a holiday destination


Running an international school in Hong Kong has been a rollercoaster this year, but Mark Steed is upbeat about the future


INTERVIEW: ISC chair Barnaby Lenon has had enough of the ‘obsession’ with state/private school ratios, but supports efforts to help disadvantaged students


All parents want the best for their children, but those living overseas may have some extra motivations and concerns, writes Dr Helen Wright


Schools should remember that Covid security is far from the only horse in town, says expert Emily Richards


Independent schools face a challenge as geo-politics threatens the flow of overseas students from China, writes Andrew Lewer, MP


The aftermath of putting staff 'on the bench' during the Covid crisis will raise tricky challenges for school managers


The CAP awards recognise the work of cleaners and caterers at a time when their work has never been more important


A survey from the Girls' Schools Association finds members take a broadly similar approach to pupils' access to mobiles and other devices


Schools should make the most of parents being more involved in their children's education during lockdown


Schools may decide they want to adopt some of the positive aspects of distance learning in the long term