Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) Compliance Inspection 2017
The report of the ISI Compliance Inspection that took place on 29-30 March 2019 is available here.
The ISI Compliance Inspection seeks to provide a judgement as to whether an independent school meets or does not the standards in the Education Regulations 2014. We are delighted that we successfully met all the standards; subsequently no further action is required as a result of this inspection.
Ofsted Inspection 2014
The report of the Ofsted Inspection that took place on 29-31 January 2014 is available here
This was our first inspection and we were judged ‘Good’ in all areas. Following this inspection, we joined the Independent Schools Association and so are subsequently inspected by the ISI.
Overview of inspections
Independent Schools that fall within the remit of the ISI are normally inspected at an interval of three to six years. There are two types of inspection:
- Educational quality inspections – report on the two main outcomes for pupils: achievement and personal development. Reporting is with reference to contributory factors such as the curriculum, teaching and pastoral care.
- Regulatory compliance inspections – report on a school’s compliance with the Independent School Standards Regulations.