Meetings with Parents and Students


We are happy to welcome you at our office in Munich for a personal consultation at any time. We are also available for consultations throughout Germany on various weekends.

Alternatively, we can arrange an online consultation via Zoom or MS Teams.

Dates for in-person meetings with parents:

 

Hamburg:

1 June 2024

Dusseldorf:

8 June 2024

Berlin:

15 June 2024

Hamburg:

12 + 13 July 2024

Dusseldorf:

31 August 2024

"Helene had a great experience of success in hockey, and was able to be part of a community with a team spirit that she never experienced in Germany."

Visits by British Boarding Schools

Our British partner schools visit us regularly. If you are interested in meeting one of the schools in person, please feel free to contact us.

Upcoming visits by British boarding schools:

27 May 2024 King Edward's School, Witley Munich
3 June 2024 Kingsley School Munich
4 June 2024 St. Clare's, Oxford Munich
10 June 2024 Queen Anne's School Munich
21 June 2024 Felsted School
incl. Drinks Reception
Munich
22 July 2024 Wycliffe College Munich
8 August 2024 Gordonstoun Munich
9/10 October 2024 Haileybury
incl. candidate interviews
Munich
16 October 2024 Framlingham College  Munich

"And also from our perspective, it was a successful year for our daughter, who now deals with the language in a completely different way, has broadened her horizons on many levels"

22.05.2024

Rugby School: low-tech solution for a modern problem

Gareth Parker-Jones, Head of Rugby School, supports the thesis of social psychologist Jonathan Haidt in his book ‘The Anxious Generation’ that excessive safety concerns by parents and the frequent use of smartphones give children a restricted and unhappier childhood. Haidt, who is known for his research on moral psychology and social issues, argues that children are growing up in an over-regulated environment and are being deprived of formative experiences. At Rugby School, as at most British boarding schools, smartphones are deliberately restricted to allow pupils to have a healthier development and happier childhood. According to Parker-Jones, these measures are showing positive results: Pupils and parents often welcome the relief from social media exposure. The headteacher sees the school as a pioneer in this area and emphasises the importance of providing opportunities and activities away from screens. You can read the full article here.

14.05.2024

Abingdon School announces move to co-education

The prestigious Abingdon School, one of the oldest public schools in England and previously an all-boys school, has announced that it will become co-educational, allowing girls to benefit from the same academic and extra-curricular opportunities as boys from 2026. Abingdon School wants its education to reflect today's society - one that promotes gender equality and where both girls and boys should be able to be as ambitious as each other and in control of their own future success. The school believes that important life skills such as teamwork, emotional intelligence, mutual understanding and the ability to relate to others are better developed in a co-educational environment.

Read more here

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