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HM's June 2013

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Transcript of HM's June 2013

The Road Ahead...
ISC Census 2013...
Where are we at...?
The Pastoral Strategic
Development Plan

The Emotional Bank Account...
Number of Boarders in the UK
1982 - 112,194
1992 - 97,671
2002 - 79,415
2012 - 68,476
2013 - 66,776
Boarders as a % of all ISC pupils
1987 - 23%
1997 - 17%
2007 - 13%
2013 - 12%
International Boarders
1996 - 7,392 (9.3%)
2013 - 11,153 (16.7%)
Total Number of International Students Boarding in the UK
25,912 or 38.8% of all boarder (+1.4%)
Add to that 5,155 children from families in the forces
Add to that 4,589 British Nationals living abroad
Total boarders who live outside of the UK is 33,656 (53%)
WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE BRITISH BOARDER?
Other Factors to consider...

- Strong competition from Australia and America

- Proliferation of big-brand International Schools

- MoD / CEA collapse
- New children from forces families down from 1,796 to 992 in 2012 and now 879 in 2013

Age Matters

Age 7 123 Age 14 8,956
Age 8 611 Age 15 10,473
Age 9 952 Age 16 12,368
Age 10 1,639 Age 17 12,428
Age 11 3,497 Age 18 2,949
Age 12 4,560 Age 19 513
Age 13 7,697
The Arms Race

2009
£95.0 million £1,417 per boarder

2012
£66.7 million £974 per boarder

2013
£88.4 million £1,324 per boarder
Blundell's Numbers

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Boarding 125 120 139 130 132 119 121 104

Weekly 20 47 50 60 76 76 79 73

Flexi 233 216 201 197 170 164 154 176

Day 185 173 184 177 195 205 222 211

Total 563 556 574 564 573 564 576 564

School House Numbers

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Boarding 15 17 19 9 10 4

Weekly 5 6 5 6 4 5

Flexi 16 22 14 7 7 15

Day 91 76 79 100 108 95

Total 127 121 117 122 129 119
Boarding in School House
Years 9 - 13
School Fees
Sherborne School £10,555.00
Canford School £9,880.00
Blundell's School £9,400.00
Taunton School £9,280.00 (2013/14)
King's Taunton £9,150.00
Kelly College £8,995.00
Wellington School £8,614.00

A-Level Results (2011/12)
A*, A and B's (%)
Canford School 88.3%
Sherborne School 86.4%
King's Taunton 70.0%
Wellington School 69.0%
Blundell's School 67.0%
Taunton School 64.0% (excl. IB)
Kelly College ????

Overall Picture
It is a tough market place...
Dwindling prep school market
Strong competitors
Tough Economics
No explicit USP
What we could do.....
...is offer more concessions and fill the school up...
We're choosing not to because...
We believe in our product
We believe that our pastoral care is worth the extra money
We believe that in tough economic times there is a move to quality and size
We believe that we offer a better product than our closest competitors
We believe that we will get better
We believe that we're good enough to attract full fee payers
1. To ensure pupils are individually known and cared for.
Revitalised Horizontal Tutoring System
Focus on Quality of Tutoring
Continuity between houses
2. To promote moral and spiritual values by expecting high standards of behaviour and courtesy and by encouraging tolerance, understanding and respect in relationships.
High standards of behaviour and courtesy
Basic Courtesies
Reviewed Sanctions
Healthy relationships
Engage with Bullying Policy

3. To provide opportunities for leadership at all levels of the school.
Monitors
Training
Expectations
Roles
School Representative Council
Leadership and Adventure Training
Mentoring
4. To ensure effective and supportive communication between staff, pupils and parents.
Publications
House handbooks, blogs, newsletters, etc
Tutor Contact
Greater responsibility for tutors
Development of Parent Events
Pupil led events
Parent Forums
5. To encourage boarding ethos.
To promote boarding amongst pupils (and their parents)
Taster nights
Tutor group outings and events
Year group events
????
6. To foster a spirit of curiosity and learning through links with the local and international community
Staff
Visits to other schools
HM training and forums
Pupils
Year group assemblies
Links with local schools
International
Pupil exchange programme
7. To present a coherent and explicit programme of character education.
What can we do to make deposits in our clients emotional bank accounts?
What can we do to tend to the boarding landscape so that we nurture the growth of boarding?
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