ISC chief executive Julie Robinson responds to independent school tax proposals announced by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.
Press releases and statements
Year 11 results: 'We hope the grades young people receive today enable them to pursue their goals with confidence'
ISC chairman Barnaby Lenon wishes all young people well as they receive their grades today, after what has been yet another difficult and uncertain year for exam pupils, as well as for wider school communities.
ISC chairman Barnaby Lenon congratulates A-level pupils and teachers for all they have achieved as they await the publication of this year's grades.
ISC chairman Barnaby Lenon congratulates all pupils for their efforts and says they - along with universities and employers - can be confident they have been awarded fair and accurate grades.
Barnaby Lenon, chairman of the Independent Schools Council, responds to an article in The Sunday Times titled “Schools lobby Oxbridge for private pupils”.
Julie Robinson, ISC chief executive, comments on Ofsted’s review of sexual abuse in schools and colleges.
The ISC's chief executive, Julie Robinson, has said she hopes Ofsted's review "will develop practical priorities for schools to take forward in supporting their communities better than ever before in this most important area of social development".
ISC chief executive Julie Robinson responds to the Everyone's Invited movement, highlighting that schools are having meaningful conversations with students, alumni and parents as they look at what further actions they can take to address this issue.