BSO - British Schools Overseas 

 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/british-schools-overseas-inspection-scheme#accreditation 

 

The term “British Schools Overseas” (BSO) may only be officially used by a school that has been accredited by the UK government’s Department for Education (DfE) and inspected, within the past three academic years, by one of the inspectorates approved by the DfE and has been judged to have met an acceptable standard.  BSO inspections are based on the standards used to inspect the majority of independent (i.e. private) schools in England and Wales. There are more than 160 BSOs around the world.

To find International School of Morocco on the UK government's Department for Education website, please click on the following link:

https://get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/Establishments/Establishment/Details/142573

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COBIS- Council of British International Schools 

https://www.cobis.org.uk/about-us/what-is-cobis 

COBIS is a membership association of British International Schools of global quality and corporate Supporting Members. Representing over 500 member organisations, COBIS is a responsive organisation, open to current and future opportunities. The association has developed markedly since its foundation, changing to meet the needs and aspirations of its growing global school membership base. 

COBIS exists to serve, support and represent its member schools - their leaders, governors, staff and students by:

  • Providing quality assurance in member schools via its accreditation scheme, The Patron's Accreditation and Compliance. 

  • Representing members with the British Government, educational bodies and the corporate sector 

  • Providing effective professional development for senior leaders, governors, teachers and support staff 

  • Facilitating, coordinating and supporting professional networking opportunities for British International Schools 

  • Processing Disclosure and Barring Service checks to promote child protection and safer recruitment and employment practices 

  • Engaging, challenging and inspiring students of all ages and abilities by delivering excellent interschool student competitions and events 

  • Communicating news and research about developing practice in the International and UK education sector 

  • Facilitating high impact 'Member to Member' professional networking 

  • Promoting career opportunities within the global COBIS network 

To find International School of Morocco on the COBIS website, please click on the following link:

https://www.cobis.org.uk/schools/cobis-schools