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Researching your future school choices at ages 11, 13 or sixth form entry at 16+ can be a very confusing process. Glossy brochures, dinner party banter, family traditions, first time buyer puzzlement or state of the art websites, make it tricky to get to the nitty gritty of what differentiates one senior school from another.
Harrogate and the surrounding area has a plethora of outstanding schools in both the state and independent school sectors. This all goes to make deciding on the right future schools for your children a tricky minefield to navigate.
Through years of experience advising families with planning and making their future school choices, we passionately believe our Future Schools Fair event format will give parents the guidance they need to carry out time-efficient, effective research into all of their school choices, in support of the decision making process.
Free to attend (registration for tickets required), these regional events offer opportunities to meet both state and independent schools from across the region in one place, as well as the chance to attend free advisory seminars delivered by key senior education professionals, on topics which support parents with this decision making process.
Whether you are planning to move from state primary to independent school at age 11, are planning your 13+ senior school choices post Common Entrance, can’t decide if boarding school is for you, or you wish to move to a new school to study IB at sixth form; whatever your objectives in seeking a move of school for your child, attending our Country Life Future Schools Fair in Harrogate will give you answers to many of the questions you have.
Bearing all the above in mind, attending our exclusive, free Country Life Future Schools Fair event in Harrogate offers you:
- A time saving one stop shop to research regional future school choices, all in one day
- Opportunities to talk to regional schools face to face about future schools for your child
- Comparisons between independent schools vs. state school options
- Exploring your boarding options, flexi, weekly or full-time boarding
- Free seminars giving advice on many aspects of choosing the right future school
- Tips on the planning, process and preparation for your future school applications
Due to restrictions on visitor numbers, ticket numbers are limited, so, take action now.
We are delighted to announce that Matthew Wilcock, winner of the BBC “The Great Pottery Throwdown 2015”(https://www.ceramicreview.com/matthewwilcock/), will be at the event from 12-4pm, doing pottery demonstrations.
Although there will be snacks available at the Pavilions of Harrogate, Fodders has kindly offered to give all visitors a 10% discount should you want to go and eat once you have been to the Future Schools Fair.
You can still enter our Facebook competition and win a Hamper full of lovely treats, including
A bottle of champagne to celebrate the end of the school holiday
Two massage vouchers for the Academy to help you unwind
Afternoon tea for two at Bettys so you can catch up on gossip with a friend
Six bottles of Theakston’s Old Peculier to keep Dad happy
A voucher for the newly-opened Everyman cinema so you can enjoy a date night without the kids
A year’s subscription of Country Life magazine
All you have to do, is to go to our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/FutureSchoolsFair/, and Like and Share to as many of your friends as possible.
Matthew Wilcock will be presenting the Hamper on Saturday 1st October at 1pm at The Pavilions of Harrogate.
Planning your trip to Pavilions of Harrogate…
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We look forward to meeting you at the Harrogate Fair.