Christina Astin, head of partnerships at The King's School, Canterbury, discusses how her school is working to increase the number of musical opportunities for children in local primary schools.
Caroline Bond, deputy head (pastoral) of Pangbourne College, argues the most recent PISA data shows the critical importance of pupil wellbeing initiatives.
Nicola Huggett, head of Cheltenham College, writes about the many benefits associated with cross-sector partnership working.
Helen Pike, master of Magdalen College School, outlines the work her school is doing to promote good sleep on World Mental Health Day.
Dr Joseph Spence, head of Dulwich College, discusses the value careers-based workshops can bring to independent schools and their state school partners.
Dr John Hind, principal at Dame Allan's Schools, discusses the ways schools can inspire girls to engage with STEM subjects.
Iain Simpson, director of sport at Oakham School, discusses why the development of psychological behaviours such as commitment, grit and perseverance has become a key part of his school's sports coaching.
Zanna Meynell, a Year 13 pupil at Monkton School, discusses her experience attending an independent school for her sixth form years. She writes how her preconception that independent school pupils must be 'posh and entitled is entirely inaccurate'.