Independent Insight helps heads and bursars of UK independent schools make more informed decisions. It is a termly publication.
The magazine focuses on the sector’s strategic and financial issues, with insight provided by sector experts. It also carries its own exclusive research in both key and unexpected elements of the sector so that it is a must-read for senior leaders.
It also contains scenarios: one for the head, the other for the bursar, to guide them through potentially difficult situations.
To see the latest edition, click on the cover shown (left).
What our readers say:
"I find Independent Insight incisive, thought-provoking and, above all, useful. I often take it with me to read on various tube journeys in and out of London.”
Nick Shryane, bursar, Harrow School
“There are many education sector publications that drop into my in-tray but few have as much relevant and quality content for my role as Bursar in a large independent school. The articles are targeted towards the strategic and financial issues that are key to informing me, the Head and the Board in making the right management and leadership decisions for the school. The Autumn Term issue already has 6 markers against articles for further research and/or circulating to others!“
Diana Robinson, former bursar, Royal Masonic School for Girls
"Independent Insight is the 'go to' journal for all Independent School leaders. Andrew Maiden pulls together an impressive array of leading experts for each edition to discuss and tackle the key, current issues impacting upon our sector. Practical, direct, entertaining and no nonsense, this journal keeps me up-to-date with all matters relating to independent education. Andrew and Independent Insight, more than other journals, really embraces and understands the very 'broad church' that makes up our sector."
Matthew Adshead, head/proprietor, ISA chair 2018-2019
"Independent Insight is always an interesting and useful read, with a wide range of relevant topics. The latest issue alerted me to the tightening on governors’ disqualification."
Miles MacEarcharn, bursar, Exeter School
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