Harrow School has launched a £15,000-a-year “virtual sixth form” to teach overseas children for A-levels. The 450-year-old boarding school, which counts Sir Winston Churchill and six other British Prime
From Kate Middleton and Prince William's fateful meeting at St Andrews University, to Prince Charles becoming the first royal to gain a formal education outside the gilded halls of Windsor, setting off
Cambridge admits record number of state educated students as private schools call for disadvantage to be measured 'intelligently'
Leading private schools have urged Cambridge University to measure disadvantage "intelligently” after it emerged that record numbers of state school pupils will be admitted this academic year. More than
Friends were outraged she turned down Oxbridge. But she’s right to reject our outmoded attachment to status and class Last March, my daughter turned down a place at Oxford University, and at the end of