Hot off the press, the latest issue of IET includes news, views and features from the independent education sector.
- Lloyds Bank advise on whether or not schools should opt for fixed borrowing rates
- Preparing schoolchildren for adulthood
- Legal advice on a recent ruling on holiday pay and overtime
- Integrating the performing arts across school life
- Reaching reluctant readers
- Advice for teachers considering working abroad
- Why books still matter
- Hands-on medicine from Classroom Medics
- Making the most of outdoor learning and play spaces
- Whatever happened to good old-fashioned student exchange schemes?
- Previews of the Education Show, Bett and Education Innovation
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Independent Education Today has a readership of some 15,000 and reaches more than 6,000 key decision makers in the independent education sector every month including head teachers, governors, bursars and catering managers.
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