Private schools have risen to the challenge of Covid-19 with many transforming themselves into providers of virtual education – but it remains to be seen how they will overcome the need for social distancing in the months ahead
Spear's meets Hugh Dickinson at his club, the Cavalry and Guards Club off St James’: an establishment tells you something about the man. He's well-spoken, and possesses that vague air of camaraderie that defines an ex-army officer, and it’s here that Dickinson is plotting a venture that could well change the landscape in education.
As global Britain gears up for Brexit, the timing couldn’t be better for Europe’s first English-Mandarin bilingual school to open in London, writes Olenka Hamilton
David Wellesley Wesley provides details of the Independent Schools Show he founded.
Having a net worth of one million dollars may not be what it used to be. But it’s still a mark of success for those who are able to achieve it. Which college degrees helped to produce the most millionaires?