The Independent Schools Show Evolution Centre, Battersea Park, London.

A show which is going to see some of the most significant independent schools in the country in attendance, is about to take place, and many traditional co-educational schools in the country, such as Marlborough College, are going to be in attendance.

There are also other smaller independent schools which are going to be in attendance, many of which offer specific bursary programmes in order to allow everyone to attend the schools.

There will also be both prep schools from London and around the country present, for those families looking for schools in London, as well as for 8+ boarding or to move out of London when they have found the perfect school, ensuring all options are covered.

The Show is an invaluable resource for any family looking into independent education. Exhibiting schools are rightly proud that together they offer the world an exemplar in what is best in education.

Along with a vast selection of schools, one of the highlights of the show is the theatres. There is a packed timetable, with talks from the heads of Harrow, Newton Prep and Bedales, Barnaby Lenon from the Independent Schools Council, Lord Wei and Jane Ritchie, the leading authority on choosing the right ‘early years’ path in London.

There is a dedicated Parents Area where parents have the opportunity to question a team of experts on a range of issues from nursery education to the International Baccalaureate.

‘I know from personal experience that looking for schools is confusing’ says David Wellesley Wesley, the Show’s instigator and Director ‘I was in a fuss as to where and how my son should be educated from the day he was born – and I work with schools all the time’.

‘We view the Independent Schools Show in Battersea as the definitive schools show in the UK. The workshops and seminars provide an excellent forum for schools and parents to discuss key educational issues and concerns.’ Keith Budge, Headmaster, Bedales Schools

 

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