我们经常组织各种形式的会谈、讲座和研讨会,让家长和学生有机会充分接触到英国和美国教育界的顶尖思想教育家和受业内尊敬的教育领导者。

London Parents Forum | Applying to both US & UK Universities

Date: Thursday 26 September 2019, 18:00-19:30
Venue: Southbank International School, 377-381 Euston Road, London, NW1 3AU

Applying to the world's most competitive universities is a unique and daunting challenge. In this talk, aimed at parents and students, James Higgins, Director of University Admissions at Bonas MacFarlane, will discuss how to take a strategic approach.

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London Parents Forum | The Pre-Test Explained

Date: Tuesday 15th October 2019. 10am-11:30pm
Venue: North Bridge House Prep School, 1 Gloucester Avenue, London, NW1 7AB

Please join us for an informative talk on the entrance test that is now implemented by many independent senior schools across the UK. 

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Webinar | A Parent’s Guide to Effective Holiday Revision

Date: Wednesday 18 March, 10.00am – 12.00pm
Venue: Online Webinar

This Bonas MacFarlane webinar is designed to help parents organise their child’s study at home to be productive, well-balanced and effective.

Ensure that you are aware of the most up-to-date revision techniques and relevant methods with which to encourage your child’s success. 

Whether your child is preparing for internal school exams, GCSEs or their A-Levels, or working from home because of the Coronavirus the panel of speakers will cover all bases; from fostering good sleeping habits and controlling stress, to methods of encouragement and the best revision resources available.

The talk will include a Q&A at the end to ensure that parents get the most they can from the event.

Speakers: William Petty (Director, Bonas MacFarlane) & James Higgins (Director of University Admissions, Bonas MacFarlane).

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What next for British private education? - Will Petty

William Petty, Director, Bonas MacFarlane

WHAT NEXT FOR BRITISH PRIVATE EDUCATION?

Instagram live event.
Thursday 9 April 10am 

TOPICS COVERED

1) Public Examinations - the cancellation of A-levels, iGCSE/GCSEs and the IB

  • What it means for today's Year 11 and 13 students
  • What do the awarded grades represent? Are they the same as in any other year?
  • Will universities take any other measures?

2) If school closures continue beyond September, what does it mean for my child who is due to join a new school at that point?

  • Will I get any of my upfront payments returned in full or in part?
  • What remote learning measures will be employed by schools?
  • How can we support our child whilst they wait for schools to reopen?

3) For the coming Summer Term, what arrangements will schools put in place for the reduction of fees?

  • What sort of discounts will schools be offering on their fees whilst they remain closed?
  • Are we as parents entitled to transparency for our schools to justify the fee reduction offered? 
  • Will schools enter into negotiations will individual parents or the parent body as a whole?