Parents who pay sky-high private school fees should get free FLIGHTS as a 'thank you', says former Eton headmaster
Parents who send their children to private schools should get a number of incentives such as free air travel as a reward, according to the former head of Eton.
Tony Little, who was the headteacher at the prestigious Berkshire school for 13 years, said the UK could follow what a number of overseas institutions do.
He added that independent schools in the Middle East have started rewarding parents for choosing them in a bid to create a brand loyalty.
Mr Little said a 'number of benefits' have been offered to parents and in some cases they have been given reduced fares for flights.