Unlock Your Child’s Educational Journey: Why You Can’t Miss the Independent Schools Show

Last Updated on : 2nd May 2024

As parents, we understand the importance of making the right decisions when it comes to our children’s education. That’s why we’re thrilled to invite you to the unmissable event that will help to shape your child’s educational journey.

Why Attend the Schools Show?

Explore a Wide Range of Schools: With a vast range of top independent schools in attendance to offer you the opportunity to explore a diverse range of educational options under one roof. From traditional to progressive approaches, you’ll discover schools that align with your child’s unique needs and aspirations.

Expert Advice and Guidance: Gain invaluable insights from leading educational experts, admissions directors, and school representatives who are on hand to provide personalised advice and guidance tailored to your child’s educational journey.

Financial Assistance Information: VAT, Cost of Living Crisis.. It’s all happening, visit the Shows to understand the value? Learn about scholarship and bursary opportunities available to help make high-quality education accessible for your child, ensuring that financial considerations don’t hinder their educational aspirations.

Networking Opportunities: Connect with other parents, educators, and professionals, building a supportive network to share experiences, insights, and advice on navigating the educational landscape.


 

The Schools Show Summer Fair
Date: Tuesday 21st May 2024
Location: The Hurlingham Club, London, SW6

Kickstart your child’s educational journey by attending the Schools Show Summer Fair.

With a focus on providing a relaxed and informative atmosphere, this event is perfect for families seeking to explore educational options in a casual setting.

FREE advance tickets are available now

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