Professor Robert Burgess, Vice-Chancellor of Leicester University, visited the School on 24 June. He addressed the Lower Sixth on both the subject of Leicester University and on how to choose the right university. He then met with Housemasters, Housemistresses and Heads of Department to discuss UCAS. As well as being Vice Chancellor of Leicester University, he is also Chairman of UCAS and gave us some important advice and information. Robert Burgess is Chair of the Higher Education Academy, the Research Information Network, the UUK/Guild HE Teacher Education Advisory Group and the ESRC/Funding Council’s Teaching and Learning Research Programme. He is a member of the British Library Board and an Academician of the Academy of Learned Societies in the Social Sciences. He is currently chairing the UUK/Guild HE implementation group on the Higher Education Achievement Report and Degree Classifications on which he has produced three reports.