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The Tyranny of Meritocracy

The Tyranny of Meritocracy

19-February-2014

Character education is firmly in the news.....


Head of Junior - Guest Blog

Head of Junior - Guest Blog

14-February-2014

James Hine on childrens' safety on the internet


APPG on Social Mobility

APPG on Social Mobility

14-February-2014

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Social Mobility


Should the wealthy pay for state education?

Should the wealthy pay for state education?

23-January-2014

In response to Anthony Seldon's article


IDPE Bursary Conference

IDPE Bursary Conference

16-January-2014

Early on Tuesday morning this week I bundled into a taxi with Teige Madison outside School House. Teige, a member of our Upper 6th form, was off to Manchester University for an interview. I was going to the Caledonian Club just off Belgrave Square...


China Diary

China Diary

11-November-2013

Fergus' daily diary gives a further insight into his recent British Council trip to China


China -

China - "The Great Mission"

11-November-2013

I have visited Beijing this Half term at the invitation of the British Council, specifically their education section. The invitation intrigued me because...............


Character – is it caught or taught?

Character – is it caught or taught?

28-May-2013

An excerpt from Fergus' Prize Day address


Fergus' View On Co-education

Fergus' View On Co-education

17-May-2013

US Supreme Court Justice Roberts famously observed that “the only way to stop discrimination on the basis of race was to stop discriminating on the basis of race.”


What Legacy Will You Leave?

What Legacy Will You Leave?

13-May-2013

We’ve been thinking a lot about legacies at school this week. This is partly because we have issued a press release about the extraordinary legacy left to the Lord Wandsworth Foundation by one of our former pupils, Mrs Jessie Flower.