UK education consultants on GCC tour
Manama, January 10, 2013
Sue Anderson Consultants (SAC), education consultants and UK boarding school specialists, will tour Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and Oman, offering free advice to parents about boarding schools and English language schools in the UK.
SAC will start their Middle East 2013 Tour on January 17 with a visit to Kuwait followed by a two-day visit to Bahrain before heading to Qatar and concluding in Oman.
The Education Consultants will be in Bahrain January 18 at the Royal Golf Club in Riffa from 1 to 6 pm, and January 19 at the British Club in Mahooz from 12 to 5 pm.
“We have been holding the Middle East Tour in the region for nine years and it has proved to be a great success,” said Sue Anderson, education consultant.
“Parents have concerns and questions about schools, the curriculum, scholarships, activities and appreciate our free impartial advice and guidance.”
Sue Anderson Consultants have visited more than 350 boarding schools in the UK and are able to recommend schools for your consideration to meet the individual needs of each child’s academic ability and interests, for both girls and boys age seven to 19 years of age, she added.
“For some parents with little experience of boarding schools, the experience can be a daunting prospect. Most rely on friends and family for help and advice. Each child is unique and each school is different,” Anderson said.
“With a little help from the experts you can find a school where your child will blossom and grow to reach his or her full potential. Meeting with parents during the tour is an excellent starting point for selecting the best school for your child by brainstorming ideas and discussing concerns face-to-face.” – TradeArabia News Service
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