The latest instalment in a series in which I answer the ongoing question “How do you fit it all in?”, which people ask me when I tell them what I do. (more…)
In a quiet little town nestled in the Sussex countryside is a secondary school you’d be forgiven for not noticing if you were just driving through. Established in 1614, it’s a co-ed state school that caters to both day and boarding pupils from Years 7-13.
It’s also, in my opinion, the best school in the world. But I’m a little biased.