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192.com publishes an online directory including full names, addresses, age guides, property prices, aerial photos, company & director reports, family records and schools.

www.192.com
For 14 years this premium, quarterly magazine has delivered respected, high-quality journalism with inspiring features, hot-off-the-press news and comprehensive directories to London’s parents – from pregnancy through to the pre-teen years.

www.angelsandurchins.co.uk

 

Many people live outside their passport countries and understand that living in a new place is very different from simply moving there. Daily life takes over and priorities change - how to you find a mechanic, make new friends, exchange your driver’s licence, take a day trip, and find the best playgrounds, restaurants or schools. Angloinfo is an online doorway to an offline community.

www.angloinfo.com
The Equestrian Index is the UK’s leading authority on specialist equine business information. We support The Good Schools Guide with links to UK Schools with Equestrian facilities or teams, thus providing an up-to-date source of contacts for parents and supporting your children as equestrian stars of the future.

www.equestrianindex.com

 

Created by treaty in 1948, the Fulbright Commission aims to foster cultural understanding through educational exchange in two ways: our prestigious awards programme and our EducationUSA advisory service.

www.fulbright.org.uk
The Parent Brief, a small but perfectly formed publishing company based on the Isle of Wight titles include Independent School Entrance and University Entrance. The books are fully endorsed by The Good Schools Guide.

theparentbrief.com  www.gresham-books.co.uk

 

The Independent Schools Show in Battersea Park is the ultimate forum for parents to meet the biggest names in British education. The leading schools, the brightest thinkers and the most respected Heads are gathered for the world's biggest open day.

www.schoolsshow.co.uk
The Junior League of London is a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International. Founded in 1985, it is an organisation of women volunteers committed to promoting voluntary service, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

www.jll.org.uk

 

Trade online - fast, fun and free. Place your ad in seconds and reach thousands. Buy/sell anything, from a bike to a house. Schoolstrader is open to all – and is a Sunday Times "Top 10 Site".

www.schoolstrader.com
Microsoft's Bing is the world's second largest search engine. The Good Schools Guide powers Bing school search.

www.bing.com

 

Netmums is one of the UK's largest websites for parents featuring a family of local sites across the UK. Established in 2000, the network offers information to both mothers and fathers about parenting on a national level.

www.netmums.com | August 2017 Press Release
The UK's most comprehensive property website, focused on empowering users with the resources they need to make better-informed property decisions.

www.zoopla.co.uk

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