IAPS has produced a series of short videos detailing aspects of the services we provide to member Heads and their schools.

A new video is added each week to the Headlines newsletter received by all member Heads both in the UK and overseas, but all of those produced can be found here. Please click the image to view the video.

Mark Brotherton outlines the IAPS Courses & Conferences programme and introduces the IAPS Digital Academy:


IAPS Chair Andrew Nott interviews Dominic Norrish about his career in education and what brought him to IAPS as its new Chief Executive in the summer of 2023:


Highlights of the IAPS Annual Conference in September 2023 at the ACC, Liverpool:


Emilie Darwin summarises the work she does to provide Contracts and a Staff Handbook for members:


IAPS Chair elect Tania Botting, Head of Greenfield School, explains the importance to her school of the IAPS kitemark of educational quality:


Tim Wheeler explains his role as Grants Secretary to the IAPS charitable fund itrust and the help it provides to pupils who might not otherwise be able to enjoy an independent education:


Matt Warne, of RGS The Grange Prep, explains his role as a member of the IAPS Digital Advisory Team:


IAPS Sports Event Manager Emily Nunan outlines how member schools can benefit from participation in the extensive programme of sporting competition we offer:


Emilie Darwin explains the assistance on offer to member schools in the Safer Recruitment Pack:


Jackie Moore outlines the important initiatives and developments IAPS is undertaking to improve sustainability:


Dominic Norrish explains the importance of the new IAPS Board structure, summarising its first meeting in December 2023:


IAPS Digital Communications Officer Fran Keaney outlines the benefits to schools of sharing their social media with IAPS:


Richard Brown, one of the team of 11 IAPS Regional Support Representatives, outlines the important role they play in acting as a conduit between member Heads and IAPS head office:


Stewart Heeley, IAPS Head of Communications, outlines the theme and aims of the 2024 iart competition and hopes all member schools will consider entering their pupils: