Ibstock Place School is an independent co-educational day school for pupils aged 4 to 18, providing a rich variety of opportunity in a friendly, supportive atmosphere with a strong family ethos.
Our School is on the edge of Richmond Park in south west London. We are academically strong and our pupils perform very impressively in public examinations. Our pupils’ GCSE and (I)GCSE results for 2015 were outstanding: 79% of all GCSE and (I)GCSE entries were graded at A* or A. This achievement placed us in 13th position in the national table of 239 Independent Co-educational Schools listed in The Times (29 August 2015).
Our A-Level results for 2016 have recorded a record-breaking average UCAS points score of 409 points per pupil. Further details are available from the Examination Results page of this site. Further information is available on our Sixth Form leavers' Higher Education destinations from the links below.
Higher Education destinations
Leavers' Destinations 2015
Leavers' Destinations 2014
Like many other independent schools, IPS participates in Durham University’s tracking of pupils’ progress throughout their time at the school, and on entry into Senior 7, all pupils sit a baseline assessment which is an indicator of academic potential. Analysis of (I)GCSE results five years later provides schools with Value-Added data. This is a measure of how much better pupils perform at (I)GCSE compared to predictions made from the baseline. IPS is consistently ranked in the top 5% of schools nationally in this measure of success and for the summer of 2016 pupils achieved an average of 0.8 of a grade per subject better that predicted, which amounts to over seven whole grades higher across nine (I)GCSEs; a remarkable reflection on the diligence of the pupils and on the inspiration and dedication of the teaching staff.
Open Days are organised regularly through the year. If you wish to attend an Open Morning or Open Evening please , please follow Request to attend an Open Day and kindly complete and submit the online form. Alternatively, please contact the School Office on 020 8876 9991.