The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) is a body approved for the purpose of inspection under Section 162A of the Education Act 2002. ISI is the agency responsible for the inspection of schools in membership of the Associations of the Independent Schools Council (ISC).
ISI inspection is for the benefit of the pupils in the schools and seeks to improve the quality and effectiveness of their education and of the care for their welfare. Inspection also provides objective and reliable reports on the quality of schools and, by placing reports in the public domain, makes the information available to parents, Associations, government and the wider community. In this way, it helps schools, their staff and governors/proprietors to recognize and build on their strengths and to identify and remedy any weaknesses.
To start the online survey at surveys.isi.net, you will get two questionnaire keys: One for parents and one for children. To preserve anonymity all parents have been given the same keys. These keys are twelve letters long and allow us to identify the school being inspected and which style of questionnaire you should be shown.
Before taking the survey online at surveys.isi.net, this is the general introduction of the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) from www.isi.net: “On this website you can access reports on inspections ISI has undertaken since 2000. You can also find the latest information, news and documents relating to our inspections. We are a body approved by the Secretary of State for Education for the purpose of inspecting independent schools in ISC under Section 162A of the Education Act 2002.”
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