ISC chairman, Barnaby Lenon, responds to figures released today (26 July, 2018) by admissions service Ucas, which show a significant rise in the number of unconditional university offers made to 18-year-olds from England, Northern Ireland, and Wales.
ISC chairman, Barnaby Lenon, assesses the issue of exam difficulty in light of recent reforms.
ISC general secretary Julie Robinson responds to an announcement by education secretary Damian Hinds, which details educational improvement measures including a Joint Understanding with ISC in support of independent-state school partnerships.
Friday, 27 April, sees the publication of the 2018 Independent Schools Council (ISC) Census - the authoritative source of data providing a picture of where independent schools sit within the UK's education landscape.
With A-level and GCSE students up and down the country preparing for their summer exams, ISC chairman Barnaby Lenon has offered pupils his top revision tips.
ISC chairman, Barnaby Lenon, says the decision taken by the Scottish Government to end business rates relief for independent schools does not make financial sense, and puts efforts to fund 100% bursaries at risk.
ISC response to the proposal that a 25% tax should be levied on the fees charged by independent schools
ISC chairman, Barnaby Lenon, writes that the recent proposal put forward in the House of Lords is an ill-conceived idea which would irrevocably damage the good work independent schools do for education in the UK.
The ISC has issued a statement following the Education Select Committee hearing looking at the integrity of public exams in both the independent and state sectors.