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The Prep School Baccalaureate is an assessment model that has at its heart the development of the values, skills, attitudes and behaviours required for children to succeed and flourish in an ever changing world. Children are encouraged, recognised and celebrated in their achievements, and directly prepared for the next step of their educational journey.

 

Membership

There are now 17 junior and prep schools in the PSB and 20 senior schools that work closely with the PSB, providing staff and resources for meetings. Additionally the majority of senior schools accept the PSB certificate for entry at 11+ / 13+ together with their own entrance tests or core ISEB examination papers.

Information

The PSB is overseen by a Board of Trustees who are responsible for ensuring the philosophy and direction of the organisation is in line with its founding principles. The management of the PSB is through the Heads' Committee who elect a Chairman, presently Rob Williams. 

Information about the PSB can be obtained from the Communications Director, James Barnes, either by email (james.barnes@btinternet.com) or by calling 07725 860129.

PSB Chairman

Rob Willams, Chairman of the heads' committe and headmaster of bishopsgate school

Rob Williams is Chairman of the Heads' Committee and Headmaster of Bishopsgate School.

 
“Senior schools like Marlborough are increasingly interested in the whole process of the balance between teaching and learning. This suits modern global syllabuses and the Prep School Baccalaureate is broad in its scope thereby leading to the prospect of a truly balanced education.”
— Jonathan Leigh (Marlborough)
We endorse your desire for a rigorous and well-balanced academic curriculum and your vision of the PSB Learner.
— Dr John Cox (Royal Grammar School, Guildford) 
“We are very happy to endorse the Prep School Baccalaureate as a framework for entry to Malvern College and, indeed, to regard it as a stand-alone qualification for matriculation to us.”
— Antony Clark (Malvern College)