Independent Schools

Barely surving a nightmarish camp

A traumatising letter from St Paul’s arrives

The folly of public schools’ race to embrace the religion of wokeness

Lucy Kellaway’s memoir is a must-read for anyone considering the profession

A student spectator on the wokification of the curriculum

Musa Okwonga’s memoir about his time at Eton is a confused account of having access to everywhere but belonging nowhere

As Winchester College prepares to turn co-educational, Alexander Larman asks if single-sex boarding schools may soon become a thing of the past

Claudia Savage-Gore on the tricky social nuances of London day schools

Simon Henderson’s top-down revolution at Eton has lost the trust of too many parents, staff, and donors for him to remain in place

The DfE has banned new admissions to Ampleforth following a child abuse scandal. But this former pupil remains thankful to the school’s Benedictine monks