TKHSW Head Accepted as a Member of ISA


The Head Teacher of The King's House School Windsor, Lyndsey Harding, has been elected as a Member of the Independent Schools Association (ISA).

ISA exists for its Members, recognizing that high quality support is essential if Heads are to run successful schools.

The ISA is a heads’ association and founding member of the Independent Schools Council, which provides professional support to its 440 member Headteachers.

Founded in 1879, the Independent Schools Association is one of the oldest of the independent schools’ organisations. Staff of Members’ schools benefit from high quality training opportunities and access to a wide range of membership services, while pupils enjoy an extensive programme of local and national Sporting, Arts and Cultural events.

The ISA value their reputation for offering professional, practical advice and are delighted to offer an expanding range of member benefits.

For more information, please visit ISA.