Julie Robinson, ISC general secretary, outlines the systems in place if a school is concerned about the provenance of money it receives.
Julie Robinson, ISC general secretary, responds to media reports suggesting the Treasury might be considering imposing VAT on school fees in the upcoming Budget on Monday 29 October.
Were it not for independent schools, UK GDP could have been £73 billion lower last year – according to new research revealing the independent education sector’s value to the national economy.
ISC chairman, Barnaby Lenon, outlines the importance of welcoming international students to the UK following the publication of a Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report entitled 'Impact of international students in the UK'.
Year 11 exam results 2018: Nearly two thirds of entries achieve A / 7 or higher, three times the national average
Nearly two thirds of GCSE entries at Independent Schools Council (ISC) schools were awarded an A/7 or higher, according to research published today.
The quality of the broad education offered by UK independent schools is evidenced by this year’s exam results, with figures published today by the Independent Schools Council (ISC) showing more students following different pathways post-GCSE.
ISC chairman, Barnaby Lenon, makes his observations on the 2018 AS and A-level results.
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.