News

15 September 2021
Welcome to the new SATIPS website!

You may have noticed that things look a little bit different here… SATIPS is pleased to announce that after hard work over the summer, we have launched our brand new website. While the content remains the same, we hope to have created a site that is more attractive, more engaging, easier to navigate, and overall […]

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10 September 2021
Results of the SATIPS 2021 National Handwriting Competition

Many congratulations to all the schools and their pupils who took part in this year’s competition. The Winning School is: High March School, Beaconsfield. High March is awarded The Nexus Shield. Runners-up: St. Bernard’s, Slough Individual Winners and Runners-Up CLASS A Winners: RN, York House TBC, High March Runners-up: TH, York House Sienna Evans, High […]

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21 June 2021
The SATIPS Art Exhibition goes virtual

The annual SATIPS Art Exhibition is always a popular event with our members. This year, in line with the move of many of our services to online delivery, the exhibition will be a virtual event. Organised in conjunction with Cheltenham College Preparatory School, artwork from schools across the country will be exhibited on the SATIPS […]

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9 June 2021
The 2021 SATIPS Challenge concludes

The 2021 SATIPS Challenge has now concluded. Despite COVID complications, we had 2,000 entrants this year from schools across the country and, as ever, the range and depth of pupils’ knowledge was impressive. Congratulations to Harry Calcraft (Westminster Under School) who successfully defended his crown in the Senior Challenge, as well as Alex Diosi (MCS) […]

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3 May 2021
How homeschooling changed parents’ opinions of teachers

The last year brought all sorts of negatives – especially for children and parents. But one positive to come out of the COVID pandemic could be a renewed respect for teachers. According to a survey by primary school learning platform Learning Ladders, two thirds of parents said their opinions of teachers have improved as a consequence […]

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29 March 2021
Foundation for Education Development launches 100,000 Voices Questionnaire

The Foundation for Education Development (FED) has released its ‘100,000 Voices Questionnaire’ as it works towards the publication of the National Consultation Report on the 26th April . The questionnaire aims to capture at least 100,000 voices across the education system, including: children, young people, parents, carers, teachers, lecturers, support staff, education leaders, business leaders, community members and politicians […]

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