The value of ISA schools was highlighted in an article in this weekend’s Independent newspaper (30/08/13).
In an interview with ISA’s CEO Neil Roskilly, the newspaper underlined the fact that smaller, less well known schools can often offer far more value.
ISA’s Oakhyrst Grange School in Caterham was used as an example.
“A school can be outstanding in every category of inspection and have low fees,” says Neil Roskilly, Chief Executive Officer of the Independent Schools Association.
“Parents should check inspection reports carefully, as they could find that a lesser-known private school in their area could provide great value for money and also offer an excellent potential outcome for their child.”
The full article can be read by clicking here.