Almost half of all independent school A level entries received either an A* or an A in 2016. At 48.7%, the A*/A percentage is nearly double the national average of 25.8%.
Charlotte Vere appointed to the House of Lords
"The independent schools sector is used to adapting to change and is alert to the potential consequences of the EU vote"
Independent Schools Council reaction to the vote for Britain to leave the European Union.
Julie Robinson, General Secretary of ISC responds to Matthew Parris' opinion piece in The Times where he states 'sneering at posh boys' must continue.
"The fact is private schools are part of the solution, not the problem" - a response to the Independent
As the Independent's economics editor opines on the perceived wrongs of independent schools, ISC asks for less cynical hostility and just a touch of balance.
"Affordability is a priority issue for schools and they work hard to remain both competitive and affordable" - a response to the Independent
Our schools do everything they can to offer help with fees, so children can come to our schools whatever their background.
Independent schools weather the economic storm and return to pre-recession strength - ISC Census 2016
The number of independent schools in the UK has returned to its pre-2008 recession level, 2016 Census figures reveal.
As the Times Magazine wills 'crisis' upon Britain's private schools, ISC figures tell a very different story.