Who are we?

Private Education Policy Forum (PEPF) is a think tank which aims to significantly reduce inequalities relating to private schools and private education by platforming research and debate.

Getting In...Getting On

We held a debate in collaboration with the University of York and The 93% Club about the experiences of state and private school students in accessing, experiencing and exiting university



“My private school peers can struggle to grasp the privileges we’ve had”

Former private school student Martha Loach gives her view on what it means to be highly selectively educated

“Britain divided into Bullingdon boys and impoverished state schoolers is too simplistic”

Joe Seddon, start-up founder and former state school student

‘This House Believes Private Schools Are A Force for Good’

Two PEPF cofounders speak at a Cambridge Union debate

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