ISI Inspection Report
Schools in England seeking membership of the Independent Schools Council are inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), which sends a team to visit the school over a period of a week.
The process of monitoring standards does not end with accreditation. As a condition of continued membership, schools are required to undergo periodic rigorous inspection by the ISI to ensure that standards are maintained and improved. These inspections are led by independent inspectors and are conducted under a framework approved and monitored by the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted).
Inspections lead to a detailed published report including a summary which the school must send to parents. Parents and other interested parties may also obtain the full reports. A school must have a satisfactory report in order to retain ISC accreditation and remain in membership of an association.
To read the Immanuel College ISI Report of March 2010, click here