Episode 10: Boarding

Joining Matthew this week is Tim Hands of Winchester College and James Priory of Tonbridge School. We discuss how boarding has had to adapt due to the pandemic and some of the positive effects these changes have brought to school communities.

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Joining Matthew this week is Tim Hands of Winchester College and James Priory of Tonbridge School.

We discuss how boarding has had to adapt due to the pandemic and some of the positive effects these changes have brought to school communities.

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Tim Hands is Headmaster of Winchester College.

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James Priory is Headmaster of Tonbridge School.

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