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  • Barnaby Lenon, ISC Chairman

    "ISC schools are the envy of the world for their first rate academic achievements, the excellent all round education they offer pupils and for their outstanding pastoral care."

  • Barnaby Lenon, ISC Chairman

    "The strength of ISC schools lies in their very independence. They are free to choose their own curricula and qualifications and teachers who are specialists in their subjects."

  • Barnaby Lenon, ISC Chairman

    "ISC independent schools are committed to widening access and our schools are making strenuous efforts to raise money to help with fees."

ISC in the news

In terms of media, June felt relatively upbeat and stories focused on various subjects.

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31 May 2016

May 2016 press coverage

May proved a quiet month in media terms, although strong attacks on the sector from the national media continued.

30 Apr 2016

April 2016 press coverage

In terms of press coverage, April was very quiet until the last two days of the month when ISC published its 2016 Census.

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6 Jul 2016

IB - The forgotten results day

Students across the UK, and the world, are receiving their IB exam results today. Yet, the day goes past largely unnoticed. Nigel Lashbrook, Headmaster at Oakham School, discusses the 'forgotten results day'.

5 Jul 2016

"Have you considered how being at ease with the media could be very positive for your institution and for you professionally?"

Former school head of department, broadcaster and now media relations trainer, Roger Crisp, asks if school leaders are prepared for dealing with the media.

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Rob Jones, Head at Rendcomb College in Gloucestershire, discusses his motivations for reducing fees and how this has impacted the school so far.

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