Independent Schools Council

Independent Schools Council

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The Independent Schools Council (ISC) is a non-profit organisation that represents 1,271 schools in the United Kingdom's independent education sector. The organisation comprises eight independent school associations and promotes the common interests of its member schools in the political arena, which includes the Department for Education.


The ISC was first established (then as the Independent Schools Joint Council) in 1974 by the leaders of the associations that make up the independent schools. In 1998, it reconstituted as the Independent Schools Council.

In 2000, the Director of ISI, Tony Hubbard, was involved in running the new inspectorate ISI, which was part of ISC. The Independent newspaper article quotes him in 2002. ISI was part of ISC until, in late 2007, the ISI became its own limited company, thereby separating itself from ISC.

The current chairman is Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas and the current chief executive is David Lyscom.


In addition to their political activity, the ISC issues regular guidance and information to member schools on a wide variety of political, legal educational, and practical issues. It also takes responsibility for inspection and the induction and recruitment of teaching staff.

ISC’s operations are supervised by a Board of Directors on which all eight associations are represented. The Board and Executive are guided by a Governing...
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