Schools Advice

Package – School Advice & Placement

Package 2 - School Advice and Placement

School Advice & Placement

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The ideal package if you don’t have the time or expertise and would like us to help with the full school search process.

We will assess your education requirements and ambitions and develop a short-list of schools that fit your needs. We’ll then set up appointments to fit in with your diary, help review options after your visits and support you through the application process.

Our services would include

  • Detailed needs assessmentUp to an hour’s phone conversation to discuss and plan your children’s education options.
  • Tailored schools searchA schools search centred around your home or future home, building a short-list of schools suited to your child’s needs and with places available for your children.
  • Bespoke appointmentsWe will set up school appointments and hold post viewing discussion for each school visited.
  • Application assistanceAssistance with application forms, preparation for entrance exams and liaising with the schools to ensure this is well planned.
  • Follow upUnlimited email and phone assistance for your future educational questions.
  • Help notes and alertsAccess to Schools Advice’s brilliant “How to” guides and alerts to future education news vital for your family.

Next Steps

Use our online contact form or call us on 020 8563 0520 to discuss your needs.

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Case Study

John and Sarah Mosse were moving back from Hong Kong to the London area. They have two daughters aged 7 and 6 and were looking to make long-term plans for the girls’ education.

Schools Advice helped the Mosses think through the pros and cons of private and state schooling and developed strategies based on differing possible circumstances. We then brought the strategies to life, helping the Mosses visit the schools and managed the application and assessment process.

Sarah Mosse said “Schooling was our biggest worry when moving home. Our girls are happy and we understand our choices clearly. We couldn’t have done this without Schools Advice.”