The Good Schools Guide


Author: Amanda Atha,Caroline Brandenburger
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780953265923
Category: Education
Page: 614
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The Good Schools Guide provides helpful advice on how to select a school, what to look for, what to ask and where else to look if things go wrong. In all it reviews the value of 375 of the UK's top schools, private and state, junior and senior, day and boarding.

The Good Schools Guide


Author: Ralph Lucas
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780953265985
Category: Education
Page: 1227
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'The Good Schools Guide' provides helpful advice on how to select a school, what to look for, what to ask and where else to look if things go wrong. This new edition reviews over 750 of the United Kingdom's top private and state schools.

The Good Schools Guide 2012


Author: Ralph Lucas
Publisher: Galore Park Publishing
ISBN: 9781905735754
Category: Education
Page: 1504
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The Good Schools Guide is recognised as one of the key publications for parents choosing independent schools for their children. Selling to thousands of parents each year, The Good Schools Guide is the only publication that gives a completely independent and unbiased overview of the country's top state and private schools. The new edition features invaluable advice on over 1,000 schools to give parents all the information they need to make an informed decision including information on the school's background and atmosphere, strengths and weaknesses as well as guidance as to how to secure a place, making it a must have for every parent! Key features:· Sells to thousands of parents every year making The Good Schools Guide a 'must-stock' title.· Supported by an extensive PR and marketing campaign. · Features over 1,000 of the UK's top schools, both independent and maintained, providing a valuable source of information and advice.· In-depth, unbiased reviews are based on what parents and others say about schools to help parents make an informed choice.

The Good Schools Guide - Special Educational Needs 2007


Author: Sandra Hutchinson
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780955282119
Category: Schools
Page: 1277
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From the Good Schools Guide team, a new independent guide to Special Educational Needs (SEN), from mild dyslexia to the most severe conditions. Covers over 300 schools that cater well for them across both mainstream and special schools - no advertising or paid-for entries. Comes with FREE website access.One in four UK schoolchildren are diagnosed at some time in their school career as having a Special Educational Need (SEN) - some one hundred and fifty thousand new diagnoses a year. For the parents this is a time of great anxiety. What does it mean? How can I help? What should the school be doing about it? Is moving schools the answer? Where can I get help and advice?This new guide from the well-established Good Schools Guide team provides the answers. It describes the SEN system and the various SEN diagnoses - from dyslexia to ADHD to Asperger's Syndrome. It lists the many sources of information and advice that parents might turn to; how to navigate the system, what makes a good school for a child with SEN, and how to screen out those with their head in the sand. All sorts of people involved with children with SEN have written sections on their own experiences parents, teachers, professionals and the children themselves. The book concludes with write-ups on over 300 schools, from the established to the almost unknown, from state to the private sector; mainstream, special and combined.The Guide comes with free access to a website containing details of all the 1500+ special schools in the UK, as well as many mainstream schools that have provided the GSG team with SEN data.

The Good Schools Guide Boarding Schools in the UK


Author: Beth Noakes
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781909963160
Category:
Page: 1382
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Boarding, twenty-first century style, is flourishing. The number of families choosing boarding schools for their children is increasing and the decision to board is, as often as not, made by children themselves. This book, dedicated to boarding schools, contains over 350 of The Good Schools Guide's highly informative and famously frank reviews. Every single school has been visited by our writers; we check out everything from dorms to food and weekend activities. We also speak to parents and, most important of all, pupils.The guide is packed with maps, reviews, articles and colour photographs. Whether parents are interested in big names, local treasures, state boarding schools or country preps, this is their unbiased guide to all that's best in British boarding.

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The Good Schools Guide
Author: Ralph Lucas,Beth Noakes
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781909963054
Category:
Page: 667
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Good Schools Guide

Special Educational Needs 2008
Author: Sandra Hutchinson
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780955282133
Category: Schools
Page: 1115
View: 8476

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From the Good Schools Guide team, this is a guide to Special Educational Needs, from mild dyslexia to the most severe conditions. It lists the many sources of information and advice that parents might turn to, and comes with free access to a website containing details of all the 1500+ special schools in the UK.

The Good Web Guide


Author: Arabella Dymoke
Publisher: The Good Web Guide Ltd
ISBN: 9781903282465
Category: Internet addresses
Page: 192
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This guide has been completely revised and updated. The authors have revisited all the websites recommended in the first edition and cut out the dead wood, bringing the book thoroughly up to date. It is aimed at every family and household.

The Independent Schools Guide 2011-2012

A Fully Comprehensive Guide to Independent Education in the United Kingdom
Author: Gabbitas
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749464194
Category: Education
Page: 480
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All parents want their child to be happy and successful at school, but few decisions are harder than identifying the right school for your child. The Independent Schools Guide, now in its 17th edition, provides all the guidance and advice needed to make the most informed decisions. The book includes an extstensive reference section for over 2,000 schools; details on fee planning, scholarships and bursaries; guidance for overseas parents, including language support and guardianship; and detailed profiles of over 200 schools and colleges. For any parent, guardian or carer who is considering the independent sector, the Guide is the definitive reference source.

The Independent Schools Guide 2008-2009


Author: Gabbitas Educational Consultants
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 9780749445676
Category: Education
Page: 566
View: 4565

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Few decisions are harder to make for a parent than finding a suitable school for their child. The Independent Schools Guide, now in its twelth edition, provides the detailed information parents need to make a fully informed choice. It includes extensive indices for over 2,000 schools, classified by county, religious affiliation, sex, provision for dyslexia plus details of specialist schools. There is also useful advice on school fee planning, plus details of scholarships, bursaries and other awards. This up-to-date guide provides thorough information on the levels of awards including GCSEs, A Levels, Scottish examinations, GNVQs and the International Baccalaureate. There is also guidance for overseas parents, including advice on language support and guardianship for children attending boarding school in the United Kingdom. Complete with a parent's guide to the sixth form and beyond, covering university entry and careers, and a directory of useful addresses and associations, this is invaluable reading for any parent seeking educational advice.