Merchant Taylors’ School for Girls is pleased to confirm that it has passed its latest regulatory compliance inspection by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.
The overwhelmingly positive report by the ISI incorporated Merchant Taylors’ Primary School at Stanfield and took place on 13th and 14th November 2019.
The ISI inspection report praised the education provision, academic performance and behaviour at both school sites and its efforts to safeguard and promote the welfare and personal development of girls.
Elements such as facilities, environment, information and parental communication were also considered positively by the inspectors, while the school leadership was found to fulfil its management role and offer good skills and knowledge to ensure standards are met.
Claire Tao, headmistress at Merchant Taylors’ School for Girls, said: “The ISI inspection has given a resounding endorsement of our procedures to ensure that girls of all ages receive a high quality education and excellent care and wellbeing.
“We were particularly pleased to see the report highlight our commitment to the personal development of each girl as responsible, tolerant citizens who will make a positive contribution to future society.
“As we continue the development of our wonderful school, we remain committed to finding new areas of innovation across all aspects of our academic, co-curricular and pastoral provision.”