The Independent Schools' Bursars Association“
ISBA aims to support and advance the financial and operational performance in schools. It achieves this through: providing accurate and timely training, advising and assisting schools so as to help them benefit the public through achieving the highest standards of administration and ancillary services.
Latest income: £2,467,004 (December 2019)
Income and spending over time:
Financial data is adjusted to 2019 prices using the consumer price inflation (CPIH) measure published by the Office for National Statistics.
Where this organisation works
The Independent Schools' Bursars Association works in 30 countries
In the UK, the Independent Schools' Bursars Association works in England And Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
placeRegistered office: E12000008