In the Chair: Imogen Schon, President (Lent 2014) With widening differences between the rich and poor, would sending your children to private school entrench their privilege? Do you have a societal duty to provide for equality of opportunity or is your primary duty to your children? With 7% of the population, but 40% of Oxbridge students, privately educated, will you send your children to a private school? We are hosting a wide range of interesting and well-informed panellists, which include: PROPOSITION: BARNABY LENON Independent Schools Council Chairman, Barnaby Lenon was formerly Headmaster of Harrow School. He helped start a Free School in East London in 2012. KATY RICKS Headmistress of Sevenoaks School since 2002, Katy Ricks has taught widely in the private sector. She specialises in motivational teaching for young people. OPPOSITION: FIONA MILLAR A British journalist, Fiona is a vocal campaigner on education issues. She is co-founder of the Local Schools Network. ARCHIE BLAND Senior Writer at The Independent, Archie Bland was educated at Winchester College and is now a vociferous opponent of private schools. JAMES WESTHEAD As External Relations Director for Teach First, James is responsible for building public understanding of Teach First and its vision of ending educational inequality as well as securing the funding needed to achieve it.