**AEGIS Autumn Conference, 'Cultural Awareness and Communication', Sedbergh School, Cumbria, Tuesday 25th November 2014.** We hope to see you there! The conference will be repeated at Felsted School, Essex on Thursday 12th March 2015.
Welcome to our new Trustee, Mark Taylor - Executive Director of The Taylor Partnership, specialising in immigration law. The Trustees and all the Committee members contribute a huge amount of time and expertise in shaping the future of AEGIS.
Huge congratulations to Cambridge Guardian Angels Ltd for passing the AEGIS Inspection process. They are now fully accredited. http://www.cambridge-guardian-angels.com/
Welcome and thanks to Ellesmere College, our newest school member to join AEGIS. Ellemere is an independent co-educational school in Shropshire for ages 7 to 18. Founded in 1884 to provide quality classroom education and extra-curricular activities.
AEGIS has moved to a lovely new office on the Bond's Mill Estate in Stonehouse. Our new address: Suite 5, The Wheelhouse, Bond's Mill, Bristol Road, Stonehouse, GL10 3RF. Postal mail sent to our old address will still reach us so do not worry! http://www.bondsmill.co.uk
Welcome to Moira House Girls School, our newest school member to join AEGIS. Moira House, Eastbourne, accepts girls from the age of 6 months to eighteen years (not forgetting Nursery boys aged 6 months to four years). Thank you for your support!
Our June newsletter is out! Time to catch up on all the latest AEGIS news.
Welcome to Adcote School for Girls , our latest member to join AEGIS. Thank you for your support, we value all our members greatly. Adcote is the only independent girls school for 4-18 year olds in Shropshire.
Thank you to everyone who attended our conference at St Edward's Oxford and to the staff at St Edward's for hosting. It was a great success and the feedback on our two speakers, Phil Hardaker and Dr Tom Hughes, has been excellent. Now on to planning the next AEGIS conference!