The professional journal for management and staff
Editorial Content & Approach ‘Strength Through Truth’
The Independent Schools Magazine is produced by experienced journalists dedicated to accuracy and relevance.
Informs… interests… inspires…
Editorial is targeted at both academic and business-orientated managers and includes:
Latest Trends and Surveys
Exclusive Interviews, including the ever-popular Head ‘Profile’ on the centre pages
Independent Schools News
Classroom Ideas and Initiatives
Interesting Products and Services
Legal, Financial, Educational and Marketing Updates
The Independent Schools Magazine seeks not only to provide this compelling, readable content but also to provide a forum for the exchange of informed views and to champion the cause of fee-paying independent schools amongst opinion-formers.
The magazine always welcomes contributions.
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Changing Faces... Changing Places...
ISM features new heads in every issue. There is no charge. Please be sure to send brief biographical details and a head-and-shoulders image to.
If your new school is looking for a new head, please use our free listing service. Please be sure to send the name of the school and the county for publication.
ISM welcomes news about schools for possible inclusion. We can’t promise every item you send will be featured, but we’ll do our best to give you coverage each term.
Content is guided editorially by a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board of people with a unique insight into the sector
Richard Brown: Head, Handcross Park School, Sussex
Tory Gillingham: Managing Director of AMDIS – the Association of Marketing and Development in Independent Schools
Elisabeth Lewis-Jones: a governor of Bloxham School, Oxfordshire; 2008 President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and Director of Liquid Public Relations, a consultancy with expertise within the education sector
Henry Briggs: Consultant, HW, Chartered Accountants Birmingham and a former school Governor
Emily Roberts: Communications Officer, Independent Schools Council
Alex Beynon: Former Head of Press Relations, Independent Schools Council (ISC)
Kevin Fear: Head, Nottingham High School
Deborah Leek-Bailey OBE: Advisor to Lord Nash on Cross Sector partnerships, Director of DLB Leadership Associates Ltd., former head of Babington House School, Kent
Helen Davies: Bursar, Tormead School, Surrey
Natalie Sanderson: Managing Director of Sublime Public Relations – journalist and independent PR specialist with particular expertise in the independent education sector