Now that the excitement of World Book Day has passed, and the costumes have been cast aside, Nigel Lashbrook, Headmaster at Oakham School in Rutland, argues it is time to focus on what really matters – reading.
As educators, aren’t we, in some part, failing those students who make the wrong choice of subjects at university or, indeed, those who regret their choices?
Nigel Lashbrook, Headmaster at Oakham School, argues that careers services need to be an integral part of the curriculum, and not a 'bolt-on', in order to reduce the number of students who are regretting their chosen career path.
Students across the UK, and the world, are receiving their IB exam results today. Yet, the day goes past largely unnoticed. Nigel Lashbrook, Headmaster at Oakham School, discusses the 'forgotten results day'.