Our schools have to reach a very high standard to be eligible for IAPS membership, with a strict criteria on teaching a broad curriculum, maintaining excellent standards of pastoral care and keeping staff members' professional development training up-to-date.
Whether you are looking for a single-sex or co-ed school, day or boarding, one with a particular religious affiliation or one that provides special educational provision and facilities, there is an IAPS school for you.
itrust is IAPS's charitable trust which supports the education of children and their teachers
This is a comprehensive database of information about our member schools (nursery and preparatory: 0 to 11, 13 or 16 years). If you are an IAPS school and would like to update your details here, please contact our communications manager
Any questions? You might find the answer here. If not, feel free to contact us
All IAPS schools must pass an inspection by either the Independent Schools Inspectorate or an appropriate government inspectorate.
IAPS is proud of the quality of its schools and takes any complaints about them seriously.