Last week, Ben Elliot and Jess Harris hosted our Q Education members launch in NYC, in conjunction with our partner A List Education. This was a really exciting step for us, and we’re looking forward to working with some of our members with more local assistance across the pond to help their children with entry […]
Quintessentially Education explores the advantages and disadvantages of both systems, providing an insight into this commonly debated subject. BOARDING SCHOOLS Boarding schools have a long-standing reputation for prestigious social and academic excellence. The independent school sector educates over 7% of the total number of school children in England and just fewer than 18% of pupils […]
A native French speaker and international journalist with a Master’s degree from Columbia University, NY, Aude Lagorce is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal. She has written extensively about the challenges of educating children in a foreign country in the 21st century. A skilled presenter on the international conference circuit, she has an incisive […]
Quintessentially Education’s fantastic SEN specialist shares her professional insight into the questions parents of children with special educational needs should be asking. Click here to read more.
by James Glasse What keeps me awake? As an education professional, for me it has to be the unprecedented levels of anxiety that modern day schooling inflicts on children. Our exam system coupled with league tables means that children are always effectively being told that what they achieved in the past was not good enough […]