Why a Private School Can Be Better for Your Children

The United Kingdom is not necessarily among those nations with low education standards.  On the other hand, public schools in the UK are often lacking when you when want to make sure that your children get the best education they can have.

One problem with public schools can be that they are notoriously underfunded.

This means that many public schools often have outdated education equipment, sports facilities that are in a poor state and so on.

Educational excursions with the class will also be rare, if they even happen at all in a school that is in need of money.

Worse, the best qualified teachers might choose one of the better schools in the UK. As a result, some of our schools are not only underfunded but are severely lacking when it comes to education standards.

None of the above problems is affecting the numerous good private and independent schools in the UK. With smaller average classes, better paid teachers and modern equipment, a private school is often significantly better when compared to their public counterparts.

This advantage of private schools in the UK is one reason why more families are now considering private schools for the education of the children. Fortunately, private schools are not just a domain of the rich and wealthy any longer but are now increasingly accessible also for the average family.

If you are interested in sending your children to a private independent school in UK, I recommend to you that you take your time when you make this decision. Compare several private school site site and look closely what they can offer for your children. This is especially important if your children have interests such as music or sports. Make sure that the school is suitable to support and grow your children’s interests.

Always know about the importance of your children’s education. A good private school can be the best way to make sure that your children will grow into responsible and successful adults. At private school Hertfordshire you can get more information about how a private, independent school can benefit your children.


Aviation Convention 2015


Cologne, Germany will host this year’s Aviation Convention 2015 which will start tomorrow on Thursday, September 24. One primary purpose for this event is to strengthen the links between the aviation industry and academia.

At this year’ Aviation Convention, participants will be able to share the experiences and learn from each other in all matters of aviation research.

Today, aviation managers are facing various obstacles with regards to the industry’s future. There are pressing issues such as the growing uncertainty regarding regulations, emerging markets that need to be developed and many more. The convention can help overcome those challenges of today’s aviation industry.

The event is organised by Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants in partnership with the RWTH University of Aachen. It will be held from Thursday, September 24 till Friday, September 25 at the Conference Centre of the DLR in Cologne

You can find more information about the convention at their official website at http://www.aviation-convention.com/location/how-to-find-dlr/

Upcoming Aviation Events in the UK


Here is a list of all major upcoming aviation shows in 2015 for the UK! I included all shows for February, March & April
February 2015

1st – Vintage Sunday Fly-in, Old Sarum, Wiltshire
14th – Valentines Day Social, Sywell Aerodrome, Northamptonshire
15th – Valentines Day Fly-in, Old Buckenham, Norfolk
21st – Lightning Night Shoot, Bruntingthorpe Proving Grounds, Leicestershire

March 2015

1st – Vintage Sunday Fly-in, Old Sarum, Wiltshire
3rd – Open Cockpits Evening, RAF Museum, Hendon, Greater London
5th – RAF Northolt Nightshoot, Middlesex
7th – Indoor Aeroboot / Aerojumble Table Top Sale, Newark Air Museum, Nottinghamshire
15th – Handley Page Halifax III Nightshoot, Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, North Yorkshire
21st – Fenland Full English Spot Landing Fly-in, Fenland, Lincolnshire
22nd – LAA and Homebuilt Fly-in, Old Buckenham, Norfolk
22nd – VAC Spring Gathering, Turweston, Northamptonshire
28th – Icicle & Newbold Aerobatic Competition, Sandtoft, Lincolnshire

April 2015

5th – Vintage Sunday Fly-in, Old Sarum, Wiltshire
5th – Homebuilt Aircraft Fly-in, Breighton, North Yorkshire
5th-6th – Dan Smith Glider Aerobatics Competition, Dunstable, Buckinghamshire
11th-12th – Handicap Air Race, Leicester Aerodrome, Leicestershire
11th-12th – John McClean & Cavendish Aerobatic Competition, Breighton, North Yorkshire
11th – Brenzett Aerojumble, Brenzett Aviation Museum, Kent
12th – Jodel Club Fly-in, Popham Airfield, Hampshire
12th – LAA Wessex Strut Fly-in, Henstridge, Somerset
18th – VAC Daffodil Fly-in, Fenland, Lincolnshire
18th-19th – Microlight Competition, Shobdon, Herefordshire
19th – Gatwick Aviation Enthusiasts Fair, K2 Leisure Centre, Crawley, West Sussex
24th-25th – The Nathaniel Alony and Roy Legg Aerobatic Competition, Elvington, North Yorkshire

Also make sure to check out http://www.aeroexpo.co.uk/ which will start off on 29th May in the Sywell Aerodrome!