ISASA Five-Year Review 2023

Over the last five years:

  • ISASA has continued to grow its school membership – up to 904 schools
  • ISASA’s active engagement with government – and communication with members – helped to keep the independent school system functioning during COVID-19
  • The ISASA Endowment NPC has been established and the Bopa Thuto Endowment NPC is in the process of being established
  • Major structural organisational change has been effected, including:
    • the ISASA Policy Unit became the Legal, Policy and Government Relations Department
    • a new Directorate of Support Services was established within ISASA
  • The Professional Development Department created a new hybrid model which resulted in a signifcant increase in the number of ISASA staff undergoing training
  • ISASA Publications signifcantly reduced operating losses, increased sales and expanded its digital presence
  • The SAHISA and SABISA websites were incorporated into the ISASA website
  • The Ethekwini Municipality legal case was successfully fnalised – after being in process for 11 years
  • ISASA hosted the 2023 International Alliance of Independent Schools Data Conference
  • Sustainability: solar panels and battery backup of 24kWh (upgraded to 36kWh) installed at the ISASA offces. A single water tank provides backup water storage for approximately one day.

The full Five-Year Review document is available for download:

Five Year Review 2023

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