“Digital Detox” is a phrase that we hear more and more, instantly conjuring up loss of control, fear of addiction... Read More
All eyes, tomorrow, will be on the inauguration of a businessman and former reality television star to the highest political... Read More
Would you spot a large, potentially life-threatening animal standing in front of a shop window as you walked along the... Read More
We have slow food, slow travel, even slow journalism.
Responding to the relentless 'McDonaldisation' of the world, the slow food movement... Read More
Top girls' schools and their pupils have hit back at comments by Brighton College head Richard Cairns that pupils at single-sex... Read More
Last Saturday Cobham Hall ran the first of the two Open Days we hold this and every academic year.
It was... Read More
Guy Claxton, visiting professor at King’s College, London and Emeritus Professor of the Learning Sciences, Winchester University caused a bit... Read More
New research is helping pupils to learn why they feel and behave as they do, and how to cope with... Read More
Family A invite child B (aged 5) to a birthday party at the local dry ski slope. Family B seem... Read More
Last weekend I was at Box Hill School for a conference of Round Square schools from all over Europe.
Apart from... Read More