Resources for the Independent School Admissions Process

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Resources for the Independent School Admissions Process

This list is designed to be read in conjunction with Chapter Ten of The 11+ and 13+ Handbook: A Parents' Guide to Selecting and being Selected for an Independent School in the UK. This book, by Victoria Barker, is available from Amazon.co.uk. The book provides 150 pages of advice and information about how to go about gaining admission to an independent school. 

The lists below are in the following categories:

  1. General Information about education in the UK
  2. Information about independent schools in general: facts and figures
  3. School inspection reports
  4. Websites and books for school searches
  5. Information and guides on boarding schools in the UK
  6. League Tables
  7. Forums
  8. Shows and exhibitions
  9. Newspapers with guides to independent schools
  10. Syllabi
  11. Specimen exam papers
  12. Educational textbooks and tests
  13. Information about senior school qualifications
  14. Cognitive Ability Test (CAT) Information
  15. Children with Special Educational Needs
  16. Advice for international students
  17. Advice for members of the Armed Services
  18. Information about the UK's universities and colleges
  19. Websites for children at Independent Schools
  20. Advice and consultancies
  21. Tutoring agencies
  22. Magazines focusing on independent education

 

 

1.    General Information about education in the UK

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independent_school_%28United_Kingdom%29
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_independent_schools_in_the_United_Kingdom
Those who are new to education in the UK - or those who are sketchy on the details - may like to visit the following wiki pages for a quick refresher course.

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2.    Information about independent schools in general: facts and figures

The Independent Schools Council (ISC)
http://www.hmc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/ISC_Census_2012_Final.pdf
The Independent Schools Council (ISC) is a non-profit organisation that represents over 1,200 schools in the United Kingdom's independent education sector. This page of their website provides a survey of information derived from the annual survey of schools in the UK membership of the constituent associations of ISC.

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3.    School inspection report

The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI)
http://www.isi.net/reports/
Inspections of schools in England in the membership of the Independent School Council are conducted by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI). The Inspectorate is responsible for inspecting both the standards of education and the boarding house provision of its member schools.

Government inspectorates in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report
Independent schools in England not inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate are inspected by the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted).

Independent schools in other parts of the UK are inspected by:

Estyn (Wales)
http://www.estyn.gov.uk/english/

Education Scotland (Scotland)
http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/inspectionandreview/reports/school/index.asp

DENI (Northern Ireland)
http://www.deni.gov.uk/index/facts-and-figures-new/inspection-reports.htm

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4.    Websites and books for school searches

The Independent Schools Council
www.isc.co.uk
The Independent Schools Council (ISC) is a non-profit organisation that represents over 1,200 schools in the United Kingdom's independent education sector. Its website allows you to search for member schools geographically.

The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference (HMC) 
http://www.hmc.org.uk/schools/
The website of the HMC reports: 'The HMC has 253 members in the UK and Republic Of Ireland, a further 63 international members and 12 additional members. As a membership organisation, HMC has been providing support and advice to Heads for more than a hundred years. It is the oldest and most influential association of its kind in the English speaking world.' The website contains useful profiles of all its member schools, plus a geographical school finder.

The Scottish Council of Independent Schools (SCIC)
http://www.scis.org.uk/
'The Scottish Council of Independent Schools (SCIS) is an independent, educational charity representing over 70 member schools in Scotland, which educate more than 32,000 children of mixed abilities from diverse backgrounds.' The website allows you to search for member schools in numerous categories.

Independent Schools of the British Isles: School Search
http://www.isbi.com/
This website provides information on schools which can be searched by a wide variety of categories, using a handy 'Advanced Search' function that includes about 30 different ways of selecting these schools: those that offer bursaries, IB, SEN provision and so on. It also has several pages of general advice to parents searching for a school.

The Good Schools Guide
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/home
The Good Schools' Guide is a huge text, which lists and gives detailed and informative reviews of over 1200 schools - independent, grammar and state - which the authors believe to be the best in the country. (Note that it is not a comprehensive list, but rather a survey of the schools the authors deem 'good'; there may be good schools not listed.) The Guide can be accessed online via subscription as well.

The Good Schools Guide website
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/find-a-school
Besides publishing The Good Schools Guide, this company also have a website which allows you to search the schools featured in the volume and others besides, using a range of search criteria. You can then access the Guide via subscription. There are also articles on a range of issues surrounding education in the UK, from primary school through to university.

best-schools.co.uk
http://www.best-schools.co.uk/find-a-school.aspx
'The website allows you to search for a school by their name or geographical location and then request a prospectus for a maximum of 4 schools.'

To search for a Muslim School:

The Association of Muslim Schools (AMS UK)
http://www.ams-uk.org/muslim-schools

To search for a Jewish School:

'Find a Jewish School'
http://www.findajewishschool.co.uk

To search for a Christian School:

The Christian Schools Trust (CST)
http://www.christianschoolstrust.co.uk

The Catholic Independent Schools Conference (CISC)
http://www.cisc.uk.net

The Catholic Education Service
http://www.catholiceducation.org.uk

Scottish Catholic Education Service
http://www.sces.uk.com/

Methodist Education
http://www.methodisteducation.co.uk

The National Society for Promoting Religious (Church of England) Education
http://www.churchofengland.org/education/national-society.aspx

To search for a Montessori School:

The Montessori Schools Association (MSA)
http://www.montessori.org.uk/msa

Montessori School Finder
http://www.montessorischoolfinder.org

To search for a Steiner School:

Steiner Waldorf Schools
http://www.steinerwaldorf.org

To search for International Schools:

The British Association of International Schools and Colleges (BAISC)
http://www.baisc.org.uk
'The British Association of International Schools and Colleges (BAISC) is a group of educational centres which provide a full academic curriculum in the United Kingdom to students from other countries.'

To search for a British School outside the UK:

The Council of British International Schools (COBIS)
http://www.cobis.org.uk
Cobis is a global network representing  162 schools in 59 countries, with 85,000 pupils. You can search the schools by location on their website.

To search for a school for children with Special Educational Needs:

The National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained Special Schools
http://www.nasschools.org.uk
'The National Association of Independent Schools & Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS) is a membership organisation working with and for special schools in the voluntary and private sectors within the UK. NASS is proud of its role in improving opportunities and standards for independent and non-maintained special schools.'

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5.    Information and guides on boarding schools in the UK

UK Boarding Schools
http://www.ukboardingschools.com/
'The UK Boarding Schools Website is the best place to find the right school for your child. Search our extensive database of schools to find out what they can offer you and your child – or you may prefer to contact our FREE helpdesk service (English speaking only) and tell us what type of school you are looking for. We will do the rest!'

The Boarding Schools Association (BSA)
http://www.boarding.org.uk/
'The Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA) is the United Kingdom Association serving and representing member boarding schools, training staff and promoting boarding education in both independent and state boarding schools.
While our member schools are listed here, and a prospective parent can browse for school websites of particular interest to them, the BSA does not operate an advisory service for parents seeking a boarding school. They are all our member schools and we do not recommend one more than another.'

The Metropolis UK Boarding Schools Guide
http://www.metropolis.co.uk/business-publishing/uk-boarding-schools-guide
'The guide provides parents with a comprehensive range of in-depth profiles of UK boarding schools allowing them to research all the options available and to request prospectuses.'

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6.    School league tables

Department of Education Performance Tables
http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/
These tables are not particularly useful in that many independent schools do not submit their results (or submit only the most basic results) to the Department of Education, and also because the Department of Education does not include some of the qualifications that the independent schools prefer.

The Telegraph
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/leaguetables/10275529/GCSE-results-2013-Independent-schools-table.html
The Telegraph collates information published by the Department of Education and publishes separate league tables for primary schools, secondary schools, independent schools and universities, which are useful for bare statistics. In the same section are a huge range of articles on all matters relating to education in the UK.

The Sunday Times: 'Parent Power'
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/public/parentpower/article818425.ece
This guide is published in November each year: 'The top 2,000 schools in Britain are published in the 21st edition of The Sunday Times schools guide, Parent Power. Using the latest results from public examinations, the guide’s rankings of state and independent secondary schools are the last word on academic performance.'

BBC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-11950098
'This table lists the 200 schools in England with the highest attainment at A-level, AS-level and other Key Stage 5 (16-18) qualifications. Pupils are awarded points for each qualification gained and the schools are ranked on the average number of points per pupil.'

The Independent
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/secondary-tables-2012/the-top-100-independent-schools-at-alevel-6294994.html
'Under the average point score, equal weight is given for each A-level - with 270 points awarded for an A, 240 for a B, 210 for a C, 180 for a D, and 150 for an E. The International Baccalaureate is also recognised with 1,380 points for a maximum diploma score of 45.'

best-schools league tables
http://www.best-schools.co.uk/best-schools.aspx
The website best-schools.co.uk composes lists of the 100 top-performing schools in a number of categories: GCSE, A-level, boarding, girls', boys, etc. It bases the table on information supplied by the schools themselves, so is arguably more comprehensive than other tables.

'League Tables' by Ross Clark
http://www.spectator.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/education_mar_13.pdf
In this edition of The Spectator is a useful article showing how league tables differ from each other.

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7.    Forums

IndependentJunction
www.independentjunction.co.uk//forum/index.html
This website is presently launching its own community forum, the only such forum for the parents of independent schools, in which parent can share information and concerns about both 11+ and 13+ exams.

ElevenPlusExams
http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/forum/11plus/index.php
This website is designed for the parents of grammar school candidates, but includes a subsection which has traditionally been the only meeting place for independent school parents for discussion of 11+ exams. It is useful for those who are applying to both grammar schools and independent schools.

Mumsnet
http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/secondary
Under the 'Talk' section of this website are a number of sections, covering all manner of interests. Discussion of senior independent school entry occurs in the 'Secondary School' forum.

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8.    Shows and exhibitions

The Independent Schools Show
http://www.schoolsshow.co.uk/
This show is held annually in November in Battersea Park, London. In 2012, over 175 independent schools (from nursery to 6th Form) exhibited and a number of speakers on all issues of interest to independent parents: principally, how to choose a school. In 2014, the company will also stage exhibitions in Dubai and Geneva.

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9.    Newspapers with guides to independent schools

The Spectator Guide to Independent Schools
http://www.spectator.co.uk/the-spectator-and-education/
Twice a year, in March and September, The Spectator publishes a supplement with a series of articles that discuss various trends in independent education, along with articles of general interest to parents of independent schools children.

Tatler Schools Guide
http://www.tatler.com/guides/schools-guide/2013
Tatler reviews over 100 schools every year, with a sunny and succinct account of the high points of each.

The Sunday Times: Parent Power
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/public/parentpower/article818425.ece
This yearly edition includes The Times league tables and other articles of interest to parents about education in the UK. Unfortunately, you need to be a subscriber.

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10.    Syllabi

Independent Schools Examinations Board (ISEB) syllabuses
http://www.iseb.co.uk/syllabus.htm
The syllabi for 11+ and 13+ Common Entrance coursework for those subjects which ISEB examines.

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11.    Specimen exam papers

Sample exams provided by independent schools
www.independentjunction.co.uk
On this website is a database giving details of over 250 specimen papers provided by independent schools themselves. Many independent schools will also provide specimen papers to parents who register for the school. These papers are an extremely valuable resource.

Independent Junction free papers
www.independentjunction.co.uk
This website provides a number of free sample exam papers in English, Maths and Verbal Reasoning in the manner of those widely used in the independent schools.

Independent Schools Examinations Board (ISEB) 13+ specimen papers
http://www.iseb.co.uk/syllabus.htm
A range of specimen papers for some, but by no means all, of the 13+ Common Entrance Exams.

Independent Schools Examinations Board (ISEB) past papers
www.galorepark.co.uk
The past papers of the Common Entrance exams, set by ISEB, are available to buy from a company called Galore Park, along with other preparation materials. Note, however, that many prep schools use these past papers for their own internal exams and as practice papers in the schools - so you ought check that the school before giving them to your child.

Elevenplusexams.co.uk free grammar school practice papers
http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/free-11-plus-practice-papers
These practice papers are intended for the 11+ grammar school exams, but the Reasoning papers in particular may be useful for the independent school exams as well.

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12.    Educational textbooks and tests

There is a vast array of books in the educational sections of any large bookshop, which will keep you busy for hours. A word of warning, however: much of the material that you will find marketed for use in '11+ Exams' may not be for you. It may be for the grammar school market, where children sit exams that generally speaking are more heavily focussed on abstract Reasoning exercises. The materials you need for 11+ exams for independent schools may include the Verbal Reasoning materials, but tends to be more generic in nature. The largest and most well-established publishers of educational materials for children at 11+ and 13+ level are Bonds, CGP, Letts, Schofield & Sims and Susan Doughtrey. Look Chapters Five and Ten of The 11+ and 13+ Handbook for discussion of individual subject areas.

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13.    Information about senior school qualifications

GCSE
http://www.aqa.org.uk/
http://www.edexcel.com
http://www.ocr.org.uk/
Information about GCSE subjects, exams and grading, plus past papers, can be found on the websites of the Examination Boards that set and administer the A-level exams, including AQA, Edexcel and OCR.

IGCSE
http://www.cie.org.uk/programmes-and-qualifications/cambridge-secondary-2/cambridge-igcse/
http://www.edexcel.com
The International GCSE courses are set and administered by Cambridge Examinations and by Edexcel. Information about the courses, syllabi and exams can be found at their websites.

A-levels
http://www.aqa.org.uk/
http://www.edexcel.com
http://www.ocr.org.uk/
Information about A-level subjects, exams and grading, plus past papers, can be found on the websites of the Examination Boards that set and administer the A-level exams, including AQA, Edexcel and OCR.

Cambridge Pre-U
http://www.cie.org.uk/programmes-and-qualifications/cambridge-advanced/cambridge-pre-u/
The Pre-U courses are set and administered by Cambridge Examinations. Information about the courses, syllabi and exams can be found at their website.

International Baccalaureate Organisation
http://www.ibo.org/
The website of the International Baccalaureate Organisation details the four educational programs of the Organisation, including the IB Diploma 16-18 year olds, and includes a great deal of promotional material about the value of these programs.

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14.    Cognitive Ability Test (CAT) Information

**NB:  Do not confuse these CAT tests with the UK Clinical Aptitude Tests, taken by prospective medical students, which also include various types of reasoning test.

GL Assessment
http://www.gl-assessment.co.uk/products/cat4-cognitive-abilities-test-fourth-edition/cat4-digital-demo
For those schools that conduct Cognitive Ability Tests as their means of pre-testing, ISEB directs parents to this site for a digital demonstration with sample questions and further details of the test.

CEM Assessment
https://www.intuproject.org/demos/entrance/welcome.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2Fdemos%2Fentrance%2FDefault.aspx
CEM is the company that operates the Durham University CAT tests. This is the demonstration video, with notes to inform candidates of the experience of sitting these tests.

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15.    Children with Special Educational Needs

Independent Schools Council (ISI)
http://www.isc.co.uk/find-a-school/information-for-parents/special-educational-needs/special-educational-needs-schools
A list of ISC member schools with dedicated resources for supporting the needs of children with SEN.

The National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained Special Schools
http://www.nasschools.org.uk
'The National Association of Independent Schools & Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS) is a membership organisation working with and for special schools in the voluntary and private sectors within the UK. NASS is proud of its role in improving opportunities and standards for independent and non-maintained special schools.'

John Catt, Which School? for Special Needs 2013/14
'Now in its 22nd edition, this guide contains a comprehensive directory of independent and non-maintained schools in the UK, which provide for children with sensory or physical impairment; learning difficulties; social, emotional and behavioural difficulties; and autism spectrum disorders.'

The Council for the Registration of Schools Teaching Dyslexic Pupils (Crested)
http://www.crested.org.uk/
'We maintain a register of schools which meet our criteria for the teaching of pupils with (Specific Learning Difficulties. All schools included in the Register are visited regularly to ensure they continue to meet the criteria set by CReSTeD. We act as a source of school names which parents can use as their first step towards making a placement decision which will be critical to their child’s educational future. The majority of schools on the register are mainstream schools that are also able to give excellent help to pupils with SplD: dyslexia and also – when combined with dyslexia – dyscalculia, dyspraxia, ADD, and pragmatic and semantic language difficulties.'

IPSEA
http://www.ipsea.org.uk/
'IPSEA is a national charity providing free legally based advice to families who have children with special educational needs in England and Wales. All our advice is given by trained volunteers.'

British Dyslexia Association
http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/
The vision of the British Dyslexia Association is a dyslexia friendly society enabling all dyslexic people to reach their potential. The Association's mission is 'to campaign and lobby for long lasting and sustainable change for the benefit of dyslexic people; provide impartial and objective advice and support to dyslexic people and those with whom they come into contact; set the standards for and accredit dyslexia knowledge and professional expertise; deliver innovative solutions which break new ground in the field of dyslexia; disseminate and share best practice regionally, nationally and internationally; promote research.'

Dyslexia Action
http://dyslexiaaction.org.uk
'It is our aim to remove the barriers facing those with dyslexia by providing help and support to those with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties. All Dyslexia Action Centres offer free half-hour consultations as well as assessments, screenings, tuition and consultancy.'

The Dyspraxia Foundation
http://www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/
The Foundation 'answers approximately 10,000 enquiries and distributes more then 20,000 leaflets about the condition, annually. The Foundation seeks every opportunity to increase understanding of Dyspraxia, particularly among professionals in health and education and encourages its local groups to do the same. It continues to encourage the smaller local groups to thrive and develop their own ideas and to distribute information and fundraise for themselves.'

Disability Rights UK
http://disabilityrightsuk.org/
'Disability Rights provides advice to disables students studying in the UK. The site contains Links to organisations who provide information on different disabilities, provide advice on benefits, care and debt as well as government departments.'

Royal National Institute for the Blind
http://www.rnib.org.uk/information-everyday-living/education-and-learning
'Most blind and partially sighted children are educated in mainstream schools, or in special schools that do not specialise in vision impairment. In this section you'll find information about how to support children's education, from the early years to transition into adulthood.'

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16.    Advice for international students

Association for the Education and Guardianship of International Students
http://aegisuk.net/
'AEGIS brings together schools and guardianship organisations to promote the welfare of international students and also provides a forum for best practice through regular workshops and conferences. It is the authoritative association for inspecting and accrediting guardianship organisations in the UK in accordance with a strict Code of Practice and current child care legislation.'

The British Council
http://www.britishcouncil.org/education
'The British Council is committed to working with quality agents who represent UK institutions. Our work with agents, advisors, counsellors and consultants centres around promoting and supporting quality, professionalism and integrity. Training is a core component of our strategy.'

UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)
http://www.ukcisa.org.uk/
The Council offers information and advice for prospective students from around the world at all levels of education in the UK and looks after the needs of international students in the UK.

The UK Border Agency (Information on UK Visas)
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk
Non-EU nationals will need a visa for study in the UK. For a child aged 4-17, a Tier-4 (Child) Student visa must be obtained for any course of study that exceeds six months. Information about how to obtain the visas can be obtained from this UK Government website.

Exam English
http://www.examenglish.com
This website contains information about the relative levels of various systems commonly used for the testing of English language abilities.

To search for International Schools:

The British Association of International Schools and Colleges (BAISC)
http://www.baisc.org.uk
'The British Association of International Schools and Colleges (BAISC) is a group of educational centres which provide a full academic curriculum in the United Kingdom to students from other countries.'

To search for a British School outside the UK:

The Council of British International Schools (COBIS)
http://www.cobis.org.uk
Cobis represents  162 schools in 59 countries, with 85,000 pupils. You can search the schools by location on their website.

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17.    Advice for members of the Armed Services

The Children's Education Advisory Service (CEAS)
https://www.gov.uk/childrens-education-advisory-service
'The Children's Education Advisory Service (CEAS) provides expert and impartial advice about the education of Service children. It was established to provide information and support to Service families and eligible MOD civilians on all aspects of the education of their children in the UK and overseas.'

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18.    Information about the UK's universities and colleges

Universities and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS)
http://www.ucas.com/
The Universities and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS) is the British admission service for students applying to university and tertiary education more generally. The website includes a vast amount of information about university and college courses and about applying for them. The website also includes data on applications, applicants and accepted applicants over a number of years and is broken down into a number of sub-categories, for example, gender or age group.

The Russell Group
http://www.russellgroup.ac.uk/our-universities/
'Russell Group universities are committed to the highest levels of academic excellence in both teaching and research. Our universities are to be found in all four nations and in every major city of the UK.  They operate globally, attracting international students and academic staff from many different countries, but also have a strong role and influence within their regional and local community.
Students can choose from a wide range of internationally renowned courses - from medical, biological and physical sciences to business, social sciences and the humanities.  More than half a million students are enrolled at Russell Group universities - one in five of all higher education students in the UK.'

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19.    Websites for children at independent schools

The Student Room
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/
A fabulous resource for kids in UK senior schools, with forums on a huge range of subjects -  universities, health, lifestyle, relationships & more - advice, information,  revision help and study planner tools.

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20.    Advice and consultancies

There are many companies that give information and advice to parents seeking help finding an independent school for their child. These advice services can sometimes be pricy, geared to the interests of international parents whose companies are footing the bill. Companies that give advice to prospective independent school parents include Enjoy Education, Gabbitas Educational Consultants, The Good Schools Guide Advice Service and the Holland Park Tuition and Education Consultants.

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21.    Tutoring agencies

The Tutors' Association
http://www.thetutorsassociation.org.uk
Recently, The Tutor's Association was established in 1913, with the stated aim to 'advance the private tutoring industry and encourage professional standards. The Association aims to support tutors in their work, by investing in continuing professional development and accreditation, and by informing the public of what should be expected of a professional tutor.' Founding members of the Association were British Home Tutors, Carfax Private Tutors, Fleet Tutors, Enjoy Education, Harrison Allen and Knowledge Seekers. While the Association does not yet provide a search function to allow you to locate tutors, affiliation with this group implies subscription to the Association's code of conduct.

There are many reliable tutoring firms operating across the UK, and many more competent tutors working on a freelance basis, and not all will be members of the Association.

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22.    Magazines focusing on independent education

Absolutely Education
http://zest-media.com/magazines-2/absolutely-education
This magazine is published in Autumn/Winter in conjunction with the Independent Schools Show.

Attain
http://www.attainmagazine.co.uk/
'Attain is the leading magazine for the independent sector and the official magazine of IAPS - the Independent Association of Prep Schools. The magazine is published termly and distributed to parents and staff at schools across the UK and overseas. It is also available on subscription.'

Independent School Parent
http://www.chelseamagazines.com/Independent-School-Parent
'With separate editions for prep and senior schools, Independent School Parent is the only magazine to address the issues that really matter to parents who have chosen to educate their children privately. Whether you need advice on your choice of school, pastoral care, the best way to tackle exams, or even how best to confront teenage problems, Independent School Parent provides the answers.'

Private Schools Revealed
http://www.ps-magazine.co.uk/
Private Schools Revealed is published three times a year, with articles of general interest to parents of independent school children.

School House Magazine
http://www.schoolhousemagazine.co.uk/
'Whether you’re looking for a new school for your child, searching for a reliable tutoring service, want news about the latest government policies on education or are looking for an educational break for the family, School House has everything in one place.'

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