All you can eat
Independent schools are known for their longer days and boarding provision, which means a greater responsibility for pupil wellbeing. This month’s special feature is one of our biggest-ever, packed with nutrition advice from experts in the sector.
Elsewhere, we look at outdoor facilities, equal pay and marketing for international schools. Our regular events roundup includes a sneaky peek at what’s on offer at this year’s Telegraph Festival of Education – it’s not too late to book your tickets!
This month we’ve teamed up with the Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA) to celebrate National Boarding Week from 20-26 June. I want to hear your views on boarding school life – whether it’s the challenges of homesickness, the joys of midnight feasts or the difference you’re making to students’ education.
To take part, tweet to @ie_today using #BoardingBecause and, if 140 characters aren’t enough, send in your blogs by 1 June to be featured on the website during National Boarding Week. I’ll also choose a blog to be featured in the July/August issue of IE magazine.
National Boarding Week is part of the BSA’s Golden Jubilee celebrations – read our Q&A with president Tony Little on page 10 to find out more.
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Until next time,
Editor, Independent Education Today