Welcome to our Virtual Open Day
Although we are unable to welcome you in person to look around our beautiful School and meet pupils and staff at the moment, we are delighted to provide you with a variety of specially created resources on this page for you to watch, listen to and read in your own time.
We ask that you begin with the two important video addresses made by the Headmistress and the Deputy Headmaster. We suggest that you then watch the Guided Tour of the campus led by the Head Boy and Head Girl. From there, please click on the links in a pathway of your own choosing for further information in a variety of digital formats.
Should you have any questions arising from any of the information provided, or in relation to a potential application to join us, then please do get in touch via: email@example.com and we shall be pleased to respond to your enquiry.
The Admissions and Entry Procedure for September 2021 is set out in a pdf which may be accessed from a link displayed at the bottom of this page. Please note that our previously published ‘Admissions Guide’ for 2021 has been revised. In particular, you are requested to note the modified arrangements for assessments which will be carried out in January 2021. At the very bottom of the page a link is provided for you to make an online Registration.
We hope you enjoy your visit today!
The Senior 7 Curriculum
More about subjects in Senior 7
Examination Results and Leavers’ Destinations
A Virtual Tour
Please note that the virtual tour was made prior to the construction of our new Refectory, which opened in January 2020. To see this magnificent new addition to the School’s campus, do watch the Head Boy and Head Girl’s ‘Guided Tour’ film in the video grid at the top of this page, along with ‘Tell me about the new Refectory’, in which pupils offer their views. Please see also ‘School Matters 31’, the School Magazine which is presented as a page turnable pdf below) as this contains further information on our Executive Chef, Mr Josh Stevens, and additional photographs and reports.
More IPS videos
Four Sixth Form leavers tell their stories on film
School Matters Magazine
The Wall – The Magazine of the Pupils of Ibstock Place School
At the Shine Media Awards 2020, this year’s ‘Green Issue’ of The Wall received the national prize for ‘Best Community and Environmental Initiative’. The magazine earned Highly Commended in ‘Best Cover’ and ‘Best Editor’ categories; and we were Shortlisted for ‘Best Illustration and Design’, ‘Best Print and Design’, ‘Best Photograph’, ‘Best Magazine’ and ‘Best Overall Content’. This is a great achievement and builds on many past successes in this competition in recent years, including winning ‘Best Magazine’ in 2018.
The School has a number of Twitter accounts which publish all our latest news online. They are:
Outreach and Partnerships Programme
Frequently Asked Questions
Admissions and Entry Procedure
The Admissions Guide for entry in September 2021 (Revised) offers a general overview of the application process and contains fee information for 2020-2021 on its final page. Please note that this guide has been revised since its original publication and contains a number of changes regarding arrangments for assessment of candidates in January 2021.
Children need to be registered with the School to be considered for a place. Registration must be made online by the closing date of Friday 13 November 2020 for September 2021 entry. The relevant page may be accessed via the button below. There is a non-refundable registration fee of £150.