Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) produces a range of corporate publications designed to provide information on priorities, activities, and management.
Our Schools – Our Future
One of ISQ's Flagship Programs, Our Schools – Our Future research promotes informed public policy debate on the issues affecting our members. The research explores trends and issues in key areas that impact the nature and performance of our school education systems.
An ISQ Flagship Program, Governance provides tailored services and professional development to support school boards and leadership teams to govern effectively and confidently.
Great Teachers in Independent Schools
An ISQ Flagship Program, empowering schools to deliver sustainable practices to lead and develop their teachers and school leaders.
School Improvement Services
One of ISQ's Flagship Programs, School Improvement Services guides schools to develop and implement evidence-based strategies for improvement and confidently shape the future of a school.
Annual Report 2021
In response to the immense challenges of 2021, Independent Schools Queensland realigned services and support to meet the needs of member schools and help them manage the rapidly changing schooling environment, while continuing to fulfill their individual missions to support their respective communities.
Past Annual Reports: 2020 I 2019 | 2018 | 2017
2022-2024 Strategic Plan
Outlining the mission, vision and key strategic priorities for Independent Schools Queensland.
2020 Membership Report
ISQ's Membership Report provides a statistical overview of member schools, membership growth, affiliations, size of school, funding and distribution of member schools according to local government areas, federal and state electorates.
ISQ Research Framework
The framework articulates a set of adopted principles of research, the role of research within and across the spectrum of ISQ’s activities, and the relationship between identified priority research themes and ISQ’s strategic directions.
The Value of Independent Schools
Independent schools are valued institutions and a pivotal part of Queensland’s education system.
Diversity in Independent Schools
Independent schools are as diverse as the communities they serve and offer parents a choice in the education of their children. They enable families to select a school that best serves their child’s needs.
Independent Schools: Choice in Schooling
Queensland parents have been exercising their right to school choice for as long as some of the state’s oldest independent schools have been serving their local communities – more than 150 years.
Parent and Community Engagement
Independent Schools Queensland and the QIS Parents Network have joined forces to elevate and enhance parent and community engagement in independent schools.
Study in Queensland Independent Schools
Studying at a Queensland independent school provides international students with a unique opportunity to further their education while learning about Australian life and culture.
2023 Membership Benefits
ISQ is continually expanding support services and resources for member schools to ensure they remain up-to-date with significant policy changes and have the necessary support to enhance their school services. Members of ISQ benefit from a wide range of services created specifically to meet their needs.
50 Years Celebrating Choice and Diversity: 1968-2018
This commemorative book documents the history and achievements of Independent Schools Queensland over the past 50 years and shares stories celebrating the important contribution member schools have made to schooling in the state.
2020 Annual Report
2020 will be remembered as a year of disruption and upheaval. The challenges faced by the world as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic created a seismic shift in how our communities lived, worked and learned. In response to these immense challenges, Independent Schools Queensland realigned services and support to meet the needs of member schools and help them manage the rapidly changing schooling environment, while continuing to fulfil their individual missions to support their respective communities.