What’s new at the Independent Schools Show

Last Updated on : 24th September 2021

NEW this year, more ways than ever to get advice and support at the Show.

  • Double the number of theatres – more topics, more answers to your questions;
  • A NEW program of online Parent Forums take you live into leading UK schools;
  • NEW Premium tickets provide a unique VIP entry to the show

Everything you need to know about independent education.


NEW this year we are doubling the number of education theatres:

  • ISC Leadership Theatre featuring the sectors decision-makers
  • Good Schools Guide Forum advice from the school choice experts
  • London Parents Forum our year-round programme, live at the Show
  • Scholato Main Stage features the big topics and latest insight

 Theatre talks at the Show are free to attend. The full programme will be announced on October 11.


Our VIP Premium Tickets have long proved popular with parents who would like additional advice to help them maximise their time at the Show.

NEW this year we are adding a whole new level of value to the Premium tickets with:

  • A VIP Reception in the Brewin Dolphin Pavilion
  • ‘Inside Information’ talks by Bonas MacFarlane to help you get the most from meeting schools at the Show
  • ISS Event Goody Bag

The price is unchanged – a Family VIP Premium ticket still costs just £30.

Entry to the Independent Schools Show will always be FREE for parents who book in advance.

Our Gold Tickets provide an in-depth advice service for families needing tailored support.

Click here for tickets


NEW this year, our live ONLINE Parent Forums provide even more advice and support for parents.

Online Forum events are free to attend, but we do ask parents to register in advance. Recordings of Past Parent Forums are made available here.

Independent Schools Show

13 & 14 NOVEMBER 2021

Click here for Tickets

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