Badminton School is a Full UK Member of the BSA who exist to ‘champion boarding excellence and provide worldwide boarding support’.
The GSA highlight the benefits of girls-only education. They influence the national debate and provide opportunities to share best practice.
The aim of the ISC is to promote and protect the independent education sector through policies and public affairs, media and communications and research and data.
Our IAPS membership requires a broad curriculum, excellent standards of pastoral care, and the provision of professional development training for staff.
The International School Award rewards a commitment to embedding international awareness and understanding within the School.
Badminton is a Member School of the Association for the Education and Guardianship of International Students who safeguard international students.
Badminton's promotion of positive mental health and wellbeing for our community has been recognised by Bristol City Council and their Healthy Schools Award Scheme.
Badminton has achieved the National Online Safety School Community accreditation. Badminton has an effective approach to online safety and created a safer online environment.
The Duke of Edinburgh charity works with organisations like Badminton across the UK. Badminton School is a licensed organisation, and so we run our own DofE programme.
This programme assures that Badminton is dealing with educational guardians who have the highest standards in the safeguarding of children, safer recruitment and training, and careful liaison with parents and schools.
This is a voluntary code to which schools can adhere, and which aims to give confidence to everyone that the School is following all appropriate measures to ensure that boarding is a safe environment for pupils.
The Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference is a professional Association of Heads of the world's leading independent schools. HMC is a kite mark of global quality, innovation and excellence in education.
The Independent Schools’ Bursars Association represents and provides school bursars and business managers of independent schools with professional support to enable them to successfully manage their schools.
AGBIS supports and advises governing bodies of schools in the independent sector on all aspects of governance, under the umbrella of the Independent Schools Council.
IDPE aims to enable all schools, from the state and independent sectors, to develop cultures of giving, so that they can provide the best educational experience for young people.