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Keystone's founder Will Orr-Ewing was quoted in today's Times article on the impact of Russian sanctions on UK independent education. Read the full article here.

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Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, shares his thoughts on education-driven property purchases.

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Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, discusses the pros and cons of getting a tutor for your child.

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Keystone's founder was quoted in today's Telegraph article on Oxbridge entrance from top independent schools. Read the full article here.

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Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, has featured in a piece by the Times. The article focuses on Marlborough College and how Emerald Fennell, a successful actress, excelled there.

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Keystone was featured in an article by the Times. This piece covers the impact of the latest lockdown on parents who are home-schooling their children. Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, contributed to the article. He observes, "Many families want to ensure that their children do as well as possible in their teacher-assessed grades.

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Keystone's Who's Who Report has featured in today's Tatler. Harriet Blomefield, Keystone's Head of Consultancy, produced the report that analyses the education backgrounds of individuals who feature in Who's Who and Who Was Who. Analysing 66,000 datapoints from the Who's Who database we have been able to see some fascinating the trends as to which schools are educating the "nation's elite".

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Keystone's Who's Who Report has featured in the Telegraph. Keystone published a report that analyses the education backgrounds of individuals who feature in Who's Who and Who Was Who. Analysing 66,000 datapoints from the Who's Who database we have been able to see some fascinating the trends as to which schools are educating the "nation's elite".

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Keystone's Who's Who Report has featured in the Dail Mail. Harriet Blomefield, Keystone's Head of Consultancy, produced the report that analyses the education backgrounds of individuals who feature in Who's Who and Who Was Who. Analysing 66,000 datapoints from the Who's Who database we have been able to see some fascinating the trends as to which schools are educating the "nation's elite".

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Keystone was featured in an article in Business Insider on the impact of Covid-19 on private tutoring. Read the full article here.

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Keystone was recently mentioned in Forbes in a piece covering the fall of international students applying to UK schools and universities. Keystone's head of consultancy in China, Felix Hamilton, contributed to the article. He observes, "I think there inevitably will be a short term drop in demand". You can read the full article here.

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Keystone Founder and Director was interviewed by The Exam House about the future of school assessments and exams. Listen to what he has to say here.

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Keystone Tutors was featured in today's Telegraph piece on private tutoring. The piece described Keystone's unique approach to employing tutors full time: "Exclusively employed by Keystone, this highly-trained posse of 33 (so far) do almost half of Keystone’s tutoring and are a far cry from other agencies, whose tutors are freelance, often working across multiple agencies." Read the full article in The Telegraph.

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After Jenny McGowan, our Head of Operations in Hong Kong, lead a seminar whith Frank Knight, Keystone were featured in their latest news article.

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Keystone was recently mentioned in the Spectator in a piece covering the benefits of home-schooling. Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, contributed to the article. He observes, ‘the one-on-one teaching allows them (the tutor) to cater for the child’s specific needs and strengths.

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Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, shares his thoughts on tutoring and the 11+ exam.

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Keystone Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, discusses his journey to build up Keystone and looks at the success of the company so far.

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The article discusses the impact of Brexit and the effect on UK private schools.

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Keystone’s World Class Education report published by Keystone Tutors and Wild Research is the focus of an article in IS News. The item looks at the appeal of UK private schools and the quality of its education.

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Keystone's report, World Class Education, published by Keystone Tutors and Wild Research has featured in Forbes online. The article focuses on the education of a successor to wealthy families.

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Verdict has featured Keystone's findings from the World Class Education report in an article focusing on the impact of Brexit and British Private Schools.

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South China Morning Post has featured Keystone's findings from World Class Education, an inaugural report published by Keystone Tutors and Wild Research. The report is based on surveys and more than 150 interviews with respected figures in the UK’s independent education sector.

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Keystone has today published a report providing a snapshot of global high net worth (HNW) and ultra high net worth education trends and assessing where the UK fits in. A survey and in depth interviews with HNW advisers inform the report.

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Keystone has featured in an article explaining how tutors are now more than ever in demand. More than 25% of British families now employ private tutors.

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Keystone's Director of Education, Ed Richardson, has been featured in the latest edition of FOCUS magazine. Ed answers frequently asked questions by new parents on nursery and primary education.

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Keystone has been featured in the latest edition of The Pie News, a well respected publication that provides news and business analysis for professionals in international education.

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Keystone has been featured on Knight Frank's 2018 edition of Private View in an article "exploring the close relationships between education and the UK's prime housing markets.

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We were featured in the latest edition of Prime Resi, in an article: "Education, Education, Education: Schooling drives £2bn investment in prime London’s housing market each year".

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Keystone's Director of Education Ed Richardson was quoted in today's Economist article on why schools are struggling to retain newly qualified teachers.

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Ed Richardson contributed an article to the June 2018 edition of Fabric Magazine. He shared his thoughts on useful revision strategies.

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Keystone's Founder, Will Orr-Ewing was featured in the May 2018 addition of Absolutely Education. The article covered the work that The Tutors' Association is doing to raised standards in tutoring.

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Keystone's founder Will Orr-Ewing was quoted in today's Economist article on the current trends in single-sex education.

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Keystone Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, was quoted in today's economist. The article explored "why more British students are choosing foreign universities".

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Keystone Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, wrote a piece that was published today by the Financial Times. Will's article considered whether state or private schools are the best option for expats.

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Keystone has recently been featured in a round-up of Singapore’s best tuition and enrichment centres in Singapore for every age.

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With Keystone recently reaching its tenth anniversary our founder, Will Orr-Ewing reflects on the past decade in School House Magazine.

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We are delighted to announce that Keystone Tutors has become a registered centre to administer the UKiset at our office in Singapore. The UKiset is a global test designed for entry into British curriculum schools. The accreditation allows us provide test taking facilities to students in Singapore who are required to sit the test as part of the entrance process for UK schools.

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Ed Richardson, Keystone's Director of Education was quoted in today's Independent. Ed commented on the attraction of British Schools for overseas families.

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Keystone's Director of Education, Ed Richardson commented in the latest edition of Knight Frank's annual Wealth Report. Ed gave his thoughts on why international families are attracted to British private schools.

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Keystone Tutors were featured in today's edition of the Times Educational Supplement. The article focussed on the growing trend amongst teachers to move to private tutoring as an alternative career.

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Keystone was featured in this month's issue of the West Journal.

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Keystone director, Will Orr-Ewing contributed to an article in the latest copy of "The International View", Knight Frank's inhouse magazine.

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Keystone was mentioned in today's Sunday Telegraph article on tutoring in state schools. Keystone's low cost after school Latin classes were highlighted in the piece.

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Keystone was featured in an article in the Spectator on tutoring. The article highlighted how selective Keystone is in choosing the tutors it represents.

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Keystone Director, Will Orr-Ewing was quoted in today's Mail on Sunday. In the article Will commented on how changes to school admission procedures had led to a rise in demand for tutoring. 'One of the most important factors has been that Eton ripped up the system of giving priority to children registered at birth, and most independent schools followed suit,' he said, 'Now children apply to six, seven or eight schools.

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The Times today ran a piece on Keystone Director, Will Orr-Ewing's, speech at yesterday's National Tutoring Conference. During his speech Will explored the reasons behind the rise in tutoring. He observed, "Neither poor teaching nor bad schools were behind parental demand for tutoring". Instead he cited changes to school admissions processes (at schools such as Eton) as well as demographic changes in London.

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Keystone founder, Will Orr-Ewing commented in today's Telegraph article on Easter Revision. Will emphasised the importance of taking a balanced approach. He commented, "Easter has become synonymous with exam revision, and families need a plan. Balance is best – it is counterproductive to give over the whole holiday to intensive revision camps.

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Keystone Director Will Orr-Ewing was featured in today's Sunday Times article on tutoring over the Christmas holidays. In the article Will emaphsised that balance was important for holiday revision programmes.

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Keystone Director Will Orr-Ewing was featured in today's Telegraph article on tutoring over the Christmas holidays. In the article Will urged schools to move their entrance exams back by a month to allow children to have a proper break over Christmas.

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Keystone Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, has appeared on both BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio London. In interviews for the two programmes he discussed the tutoring landscape in London and warned parents about the dangers of using unqualified tutors for very young children.

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Keystone Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, has appeared today on LBC Radio. In interviews for the programme he discussed the tutoring landscape in London and warned parents about the dangers of using unqualified tutors for very young children.

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Keystone was featured in today's Telegraph warning parents about taking on unqualified tutors for very young children. Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, commented, "In many cases tutoring is done by graduates who may have excellent academic credentials but no experience of working with very young children. There is a lazy assumption that the younger the children are the easier they are to teach but the reverse is actually the case.

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Keystone was featured in today's Independent warning parents about taking on unqualified tutors for very young children. Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, commented, “Three or four is far too young an age for a child to be tutored. The youngest appropriate age we advise is seven, and then only once a week and by tutors who are experienced primary specialists.

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Keystone's warning regarding unscrupulous placement agents was reported on Yahoo news.

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Keystone Tutors was featured today in the Times warning parents about poor advice and bad practice amongst educational consultants.

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Keystone Tutors was featured in today's Telegraph warning parents, particularly from overseas, about the poor practice of many school placement agencies.

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We were delighted to be nominated as a finalist in the Education Investor awards in the Tutoring category.

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We were so pleased to receive such a positive review in the Good Schools Guide. The review described, 'a very professional operation... We were overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of Keystone's fan club, both parents and tutors.

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Keystone was featured in today's Daily Mail on private tutoring. In the article Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing described Keystone's approach to professionalising private tutoring.

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Keystone Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, appeared on the Today Programme this morning with John Humphrys. During the programme Will discussed computerised testing and its role in selecting students for top UK independent schools.

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Keystone was mentioned in today's Guardian in a piece covering the rise of private tuition. Our unique approach of hiring full-time professional tutors was described in the article. In the piece Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, commented, "The disposition of a teacher and the seriousness with which they go about it is far more impactful than their hobbies or what they may want to do with their life.

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We are delighted to announce that we have joined the recently formed Tutors' Association. We strongly support the aims behind the association and look forward to supporting its efforts to professionalise the UK tutoring industry.

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Keystone was mentioned in today's Sunday Times article that touched upon maintaining standards in private tutoring. Keystone's Founder and Director, Will Orr-Ewing, commented, “We are trying to make tutoring into another profession, like law or accounting. Parents want more these days, they want the same five-star service from their tutoring company as they get when they call their law firm.

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The Education Investor have published an article on Keystone's efforts to professionalise the UK tutoring industry.

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Keystone Founder and Director Will Orr-Ewing appeared this evening on BBC 2's Newsnight with Jeremy Paxman. Will commented on prospective changes to A-Levels.

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Keystone Founder and Director wrote an article in today's Evening Standard that compared the professionalism of tutoring companies in the United States with the relative "amateurism" of the London tutoring market. Will touched upon Keystone's efforts to replicate much of this best practice and commented that "London students of all backgrounds deserve a more professionalised body of tutors, one that upholds tutoring as a lifetime calling.

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Keystone was featured in today's Independent on the increase in private tutoring.

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Keystone's pioneering work in online tutoring was featured in today's Telegraph. Keystone's Founder and Director commented, "The truth is, though, that children feel it's far less of a chore to sit down in front of a computer than it is to sit down in front of a pile of books. And if anything, an online teaching session is more structured than a face-to-face situation.

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Keystone was featured in today's article in the Evening Standard on the rise of tutoring in London. Keystone's Founder and Director commented, "Keystone takes children whose needs are not being met in the classroom: most of our families, contrary to assumptions, have been referred to us by schools.

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