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|Fees for new SELECTIVE school (eg need to pass test to get a place) will be £6,000. That is double InterHigh but a tiny fraction of what it costs for a normal private school.
For average private school the fees are about £16,000 pa....
So this new WEY education school will be only be 1/3rd the price but will likely produce the same results or better.
Here's a typical example of the competition (WEY is way better) :
Average £16K pa private school has about 900 pupils.
That equates to £5.5M revenue for WEY (when they reach that figure) . Not sure of the profit but one assumes that could generate £2M+ profit (20 teachers wages about £700K plus other costs). Then we have the expanding InterHigh - no idea what sort of money that could generate but could be a lot (especially via ex-pats etc)...
Anyway will be interesting times, reading what the results have to say about the future couple of years!|
|gr1982: I dont go back to when I originally bought, I bought yesterday... And I will buy again at higher prices as time goes on. I have not seen how much they are charging but I noted that it was/is based in Northern England (Where all the press currently is printing that our state education system is failing us..
I think the results will, hopefully fill us in with further details on this new school, but ELEVEN job adverts for teachers is a BIG DEAL.... (£300,000 in wages alone). This is BIG news.|
|Hi netcurtains and the rest :-)
I actually bought in around 4.2p so sitting on a tidy sum so far but it was thanks to @mginvestor who flagged it up with his purchase.
Need to get round to updating the header with the latest info but will def so do after the results.
Plenty of potential here esp with the new launch of infinityeducation - have you seen how much they're charging?! do the math!|
|Hi Net not had chance to look yet but will later on ...saw your links yesterday. All good for Wey|
come on - the above is quite a big item... Anyone with any thoughts on this new school?|
|Infinity Education - We will probably get an update about this in the results.
Wey Education are launching Infinity Education as an on-line selective school catering for bright students looking to...
Its going to be quite big as they are currently looking for ELEVEN TEACHERS...
News from 28th March
From link: "private education increasing"
or more interestingly ...
|I bought a few more. I will be accumulating from time to time. Whatever the price.|
From the link:
Last year, the e-learning market was worth an enormous $166.5 billion (2015). It’s been estimated that this will grow to $255 billion by 2017. Its growing financial value is matched only by the swelling numbers of students choosing to follow an online course.
further links on MOOC
Now factor in how many UK online schools can you invest in?
I'd say this is it!|
|Can we have a, b and c...|
|could be going up because:
a) shortage of stock
b) big buy in the wings
c) market expects good results (about 2 weeks time)
ps - the concept is pretty much brexit proof (eg you do not have to live in the UK to benefit from internet schooling)|
|Price action today is WEY too good..|
a) I know no more than you
b) There probably is a relationship to the number of twitter followers to actual real numbers (you can get the numbers of twitter followers from your local comprehensive and then guesstimate the numbers interhigh have (it would be a guess as not like for like).
c) WEY dont just own Interhigh, they might have other pans in the fire.... We just have to wait and see.
Interesting times - I am a believer, so you probably want to speak to more people who hate the idea to get a balanced view.
For example this looks interesting:
|Net.... they certainly praise Wey but they seem to be existing students when,imo, they need more new students to bolster the figures and therefore the share price. There were plenty of links to look at but all appeared to be students that were doing great and enjoying the experience of the Wey Education system.
We will see next month when they report. Thanks again for the link.|
|Netcurtains, thanks for the link. I have had a quick look and will study it later.|
|666james: no it should not over advertise - it probably gets more enquiries than it can cope with anyway.
look at this twitter from 22nd march (just a few days a go)
That is from "The horses mouth"|
|Has any of you any thoughts on how Wey Education can get their message across to the public about the services they offer.
I only heard of Wey by looking at various blogs and web sites but was not looking for "Education" particularly but where I could make some money.
Wey needs to get its message across somehow to the general public. I think it has a great product but cannot see how it can advertise itself easily.
For it to progress the share price northwards it needs some form of outlet (imo)
It looks like a very slow day again with it dropping on a sale of around 18000 shares|
|..another £30M new school for just 900 pupils.
Just think of the money saved using WEY education, (no more pollution caused by the school run), the better exam results (top 15%), and no more bullys in the play ground just your local friends that you feel comfortable with.
Its a no brainer - WEY education (and schools like it) will just grow and grow and grow. I cannot see anything in the way, its a clear, blue skys, product.|
|Nice 10,250 buy... by me. Hehehe|
|No trades but still marked down. I think it got a bit of ahead of itself in the last rise|
|At the very least Haverstock shows why WEY economically speaking (as well as intellectually speaking) is such a good idea.
It cost £21M to just build the building at Haverstock!!! Never mind run the school each year.
From the above Wikipedia link:
The school is Camden's first private finance initiative (PFI) school and underwent a £21 million re-build in 2006
If you look at the Camden council link you will find that it probably educates no more pupils than WEY. Pound for pound WEY is probably 10 times as cheap with just as good results.
|666james: Its the HARD copy and its on the first BUSINESS PAGE... I think (but not sure) the school name is: Haverstock School
Are they American owned? Financed?
Ah, found the link on advfn .... This HICL company built the school and now they have raised £260M.. I guess to build more stuff... Does not look like competition - but not certain.
HICL looks a good company. Worth a punt perhaps.|
|Net, I have had a look at the evening standard on google but I cannot see anything to do with schools only the bad attack in Westminster.|
|In tonights evening standard it says the owners of a school in Camden raised £230 million (only glimpsed the article so might be wrong).
Anyone got a link?