This week an extraordinary panel of leading figures from the sector gather to discuss the prospects for British independent schools in the 21st century. This is a great opportunity to meet the heads of three of Britain’s most well-known schools – St Paul's, Winchester and Westminster, plus a former head of Harrow.
With the press asking 'Are private schools really worth the money any more?' this is a unique opportunity to hear what the sector's leaders think.
Topics covered will include:
Is boarding still relevant?
Are children learning the right things?
Are universities / employers now discriminating against the privately educated?
How diverse is the sector?
Is the current state/private polarisation sustainable?
Who is private education for?
Will British schools remain global leaders?
Many schools are now 'brands'. Do overseas satellite schools offer the same education?