Saturday 14 November 202010:00-17:00 Sunday 15 November 202010:30-16:30
Battersea EvolutionBattersea Park
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This year there are more talks than ever before, on three stages.
An in-depth guide to the early years of education in the capital, tackling issues from nursery choice to selection at 7/8+.
An overview of the current state of the sector in the UK, covering the latest political challenges and developments.
What's going on with Pre-tests and Common Entrance? Every parent needs to be up-to-date.
11:15 Saturday 12:00 Sunday
Mike Buchanan, Executive Director of HMC, considers what makes a great school. How he tackles this question helps parents to understand that they are choosing a school not for themselves, but for their children.
Bring your own questions and hear from experts in education and parenting on making the best choices for your child.
12:00 Saturday & Sunday
Exams every year from the age of seven, hyper competitive entrance exams for boys and girls at 11+ and 13+, Common Entrance; many parents are asking is there another way?
A ‘rounded education’ could be the tagline of the independent system, but what does it actually involve? Our experts discuss the newest approaches that are making ‘rounded’ students successful ones.
A summary of the respective strengths of the IB Diploma and A-levels, the types of students that they suit and how the two curricula are regarded by universities worldwide.
Many parents are considering taking their families out of London. How can you leave London, increase your family property assets and give your children a rural idyll or country town life?
This is one of the most debated subjects in education. Does single-sex education really benefit girls more than boys?
Elaine Halligan explores the concept of growth mindset and looks at ways of motivating our children to do their best.
Building a curriculum for the 21st Century.
An exploration of the way sleep is connected to stress and anxiety levels.
Should parents in London who value rural childhoods be considering boarding, flexi-boarding, relocating or putting their child on a bus?
Sixth form is a critical time in any young person’s education and many students move after GCSEs. Our experts will discuss the wide variety of options available.
More students are applying to the US for university. This talk will give an overview of how best to prepare for the process.
What are the signs to look for, how do you get a diagnosis and what can you do to help your child thrive at school?
Each year, fee assistance continues to increase. Since 2011, the value of bursaries has increased by more than £80 million. Susan Hamlyn will discuss what support is out there and how you can find it.
As well as British schools, there are multiple international options at the show, featuring London and easily accessed overseas schools. This panel will broaden your horizons.
What factors should you consider when relocating to give your family the best school and home life?
What independent schools are really looking for and what you should be too!
Whether a grandparent, new parent, high earner or international parent, our experts will aim to help you consider all of your options.
Emotional intelligence, practical business skills, and the ability to present ideas persuasively are vital attributes that can be learned through the lens of entrepreneurship.
How do we educate children for a fast-paced digital future when the technology is constantly evolving?
With 24/7 learning environments, astonishingly well-equiped campus settings and phenomenal added value, no parent should rule out the boarding option.
Where is the value today? Comparing state and independent schools, and if combining how to manage changing lanes.
How should you prepare your child for senior school admissions tests?
Our panel will help you to decide whether fifteen years in the same school will be right for your child.
Teenage anxiety is more prevalent than ever. So what are schools doing to identify, combat and remedy the worrying trend?
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