The release of the Harry Potter books ten years ago coincided with a mysterious resurgence in boarding numbers. Wizardry or happenstance? Hilary Moriarty of the BSA investigates.
By the time you read this, you will know which film got the Oscar for Best Film this year. I write, thinking, ‘How could it not be ‘The King’s Speech’ – how could it not?!’ But I am aware that stranger things have happened, and there is no doubt it is a very British film,… Read More »
Hilary Moriarty reports from the Boarding Schools’ Association’s deputy heads conference When the National College’s chief executive Steve Munby addressed deputies at the Boarding Schools’ Association’s annual deputy heads conference recently, he referred to people “assuming the mantle of leadership”, a garment which, he asserted, fitted some people very well from the off. Other people… Read More »