Navigating the new normal
Post-lockdown, many London families are reconsidering whether a city or country school would best suit their child. London has some of the world’s most academic independent schools, and children growing up in the capital enjoy extraordinary access to the city’s rich cultural diversity. But outside the city are a multitude of independent schools with acres of space, superb facilities and extended days, offering all the holistic benefits of residential education.
The Independent Schools Show Summer Fair is designed to help London parents consider all the options as they plan their child’s future.
The Fair brings together leading London and UK schools. Over 45 independent schools are exhibiting, making this a highly efficient way to gain an overview of the sector. Parents can meet key admissions teams, speak with heads and enquire about entry requirements at all stages. The Fair is organised into two distinct sections: one for families looking for London day schools; the other for boarding and relocation outside the capital.
Knight Frank, one of the Fair’s sponsors, will be on hand to help parents relate their school choices to property choices.
The Summer Fair is the climax of a nine-week programme of events, featuring leading London and UK schools, plus education, property and financial experts. This online programme visits schools, meet leading heads and educationalists, discusses financial planning, scholarships and bursaries, and provides market intelligence about the London and re-location property markets.
Three Parent Forums will be recorded live from the Brewin Dolphin sponsored theatre at the Fair. Chaired by Ed Vaizey, these talks will also be available online.
Online talks are free for parents to watch.
Family Tickets for the Fair cost £25.Partners
The Independent Schools Show Summer Fair is sponsored by:
Bonas MacFarlane Education
Country & Town House Magazine
Independent Schools Council
The Good Schools Guide
Staying Safe At The Summer Fair
With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions and growing demand from London parents eager to find the right school solutions, the show will follow safety guidelines and restrictions to ensure everyone’s safety and make it an enjoyable visit.
The Fair is split into four-time slots so visitors can pick when they plan to attend and we are limiting numbers to ensure there is no overcrowding.
1000 – 1200
1230 – 1430
1500 – 1700
1730 – 1930
On arrival, temperatures will be read and full track and trace regulations will be followed.
What schools say about the Independent Schools Show:
“The show was truly brilliant. To have all that spread of expertise, passion, vigour and rigour under one rather spectacular roof is inspirational and uplifting.”
What parents say:
“More recently the family have started looking at country preps, which we liked a lot. We are now unsure whether to stay in London or to move out to Hampshire / Oxfordshire area. We are coming to the Fair for some guidance and to clarify our thoughts.”
What David Wellesley Wesley, the Show’s Founder, says:
“After 12 months of lockdown, I am looking for ways to give my children more space and better access to the countryside. At the same time, I fully appreciate the benefits of growing up in London. Like all parents attending the Fair, we will be using the event to help us decide what will be best for our two children.”
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