Olivia Colman has said it is hard to implement domestic violence awareness classes in private schools.
The headmaster of Saint Nicholas School warns parents of children at independent schools face paying thousands more under Labour.
The ISC’s chief executive Julie Robinson says the portrayal of elite schools is damaging the public’s perception of the sector.
Oxford High School’s headteacher Marina Gardiner Legge has encouraged female pupils to “challenge bias” in society.
James Dyson has donated £35 million to his alma mater Gresham’s School in Norfolk to build a prep school.
Polling shows a majority of the public support the Labour party’s proposal to end the VAT exemption offered to private schools.
Antisemitic graffiti was found yesterday inside a bathroom at Channing School, an independent day school for girls in Highgate, North London
The Economist says taxing private schools "will not fix the biggest issues in schools".
The National Education Union’s General secretary Daniel Kebede has warned that increasing the employer’s contribution to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme is “unacceptable".
Antony Oulton, principal of Hulme Grammar School in Oldham has said that Labour’s plans to impose 20% VAT on school fees would “price out” his poorest pupils.
Independent schools will be unable to claim back past VAT receipts under the Labour Party's plans to impose VAT on school fees.
Research with headteachers, bursars and finance managers at UK private schools reveals that 77% are looking to increase their spend over the next two years to invest in facilities and attract the best teachers.
Education provider Inspired Learning Group (ILG) has acquired Sunninghill Preparatory School in Dorchester.
Dr Helen Wright warns private girls’ schools will be forced to close or accept boys if Labour charges VAT on fees
Rachel Reeves steered away from any mention of taking away charitable status from independent schools in a rabble-rousing speech delivered to Labour's annual conference
Headteachers, bursars and finance managers at UK fee paying private schools are concerned about a potential rise in children leaving their schools because parents can’t afford the fees.
335 private schools have left, or announced they plan to leave, the Teachers’ Pension Scheme since 2018.
Oakley Capital-backed Thomas’s London Day Schools has acquired Richmond Hill campus in West London from the American Institute for Foreign Study.
The Labour Party has abandoned its plans to abolish charitable status for private schools
Katharine Birbalsingh says private schools are scrapping GCSEs because “they are failing to meet the standards they should”¸
Edinburgh Academy has apologised for “brutal and unrestrained” historic abuse at the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.
The Thurlow Educational Trust, which runs Rosemead Preparatory School in Dulwich, south London has been fined £80,000 after a ceiling collapsed.
Partnerships between independent school and the state sector offer little benefit for the state schools involved, a report has claimed.
Eton College is partnering with state school trust Star Academies to open free sixth form colleges in Dudley, Middlesbrough and Oldham
Row over private school fee and holiday cost comparisons
The Welsh government says it intends to amend the current regulations governing independent schools in Wales
The National Secular Society has warned the Welsh Government that some independent schools are omitting education which conflicts with religious teachings.
Demand from buyers and investors at the premium end of the independent school market remained strong in the first half of 2023
Up to 40,000 pupils could be forced to move out of their independent schools if Labour follows through on its plans remove tax exemptions.
Residents of Cornish seaside village Polzeath are preparing to take drastic action to tackle anti-social behaviour from private schoolchilden this summer.
Teachers at the London Welsh School (Ysgol Gymraeg Llundain) have expressed “worry” for its future after the school roll dropped to just eight.
Teachers at a North London private school have taken strike action and are threatening more disruption if their demands are not met.
Russell Tillson, 73, a former head of sixth form at Tonbridge School in Kent, has gone on trial accused of six sexual offences against three pupils.
Officials at The Independent Schools Council described the shadow education secretary Bridget Phillipson as “very chippy” in private messages.
Teachers at two private schools in Coventry are taking strike action in a dispute over pay,
Think Tank EDSK has warned in a research paper that there are flaws in Labour Party’s assertion that £1.6 billion could be raised by its policy of removing charitable status and imposing VAT on the independent school sector.
The Boarding Schools’ Association has announced the winners of its annual Supporting Excellence Awards
Glebe House School and Nursery in Hunstanton, Norfolk has been issued with a warning notice by the Department for Education.