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Enjoy Education, London’s leading private tuition and schools advisory company, is pleased to announce that from 12th May 2017, the schools advisory arm of the business will have grown to become a full consultancy service to meet client demand.

In January 2016, Vivienne Durham, former headmistress of Francis Holland, Regent’s Park joined Enjoy Education to launch and build out the schools advisory process. Enjoy Education has benefitted from her expertise and understanding of the market and is delighted now to launch its full programme of consultation services. As more families come to the UK looking for the best in British education, there has been a sharp increase in families looking for advice on finding the right schools for their children and Enjoy’s advisory programme has trebled in these last six months.

Parents often ask for very specific advice on schools and I’m delighted that we are able to offer these invaluable insights.

Kate Shand

Kate Shand, founder and MD of Enjoy remarked, “I am thrilled that we are able to offer parents the full programme of support when they are considering schools for their children. I’d also like to thank Vivienne for her involvement and expertise in bringing our consultancy to this stage. Parents often ask for very specific advice on schools and I’m delighted that we are able to offer these invaluable insights.”

Enjoy has a remarkable team of schools advisors including David Levin, former head of City of London School for Boys, Wendy Challen, former head of Garden House and Lucy Watts, former head of Eaton House, Belgravia. This new team will ensure that parents have access to expert and former headteachers at every level of their children’s education, to offer the best possible advice.

 

Enjoy Education was founded in 2006 by Oxford graduate, Ms Kate Shand. Enjoy Education were the winners of the Education Investor Award in 2013 and 2015, finalists in 2016 and featured in the Spears 500 and recommended tutor list from the Good Schools Guide.

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