Geneva English School

Inspection Reports

Inspection Reports

Geneva English School is inspected regularly by three different inspection bodies:

  • The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI), whose work is monitored on behalf of the Department for Education (DfE) in the United Kingdom
  • ProCert, a highly acclaimed quality control enterprise in Switzerland
  • Le Département de L’Instruction Publique de la Culture de du Sport, République et Canton de Genève (DIP)


  • ISI Report - March 2017
  • ProCert (Quality School Certificate) - May 2020
  • DIP, SEP Rapport d'Inspection - October 2020

ISI Report - March 2017

ProCert (Quality School Certificate) - May 2020

DIP, SEP Rapport d'Inspection - October 2020

Throughout the school, teaching of consistent high-quality is highly effective in promoting the pupils' progress and achievement. Pupils' achievement is extremely well-supported by their highly positive attitudes to learning; they demonstrate a genuine spirit of enquiry and a strong commitment to do their best.
Independent School Inspectorate Report
For many parents, the Geneva English School evokes strong loyalty as they see their children thrive in a beautiful setting with a dedicated teaching staff striving for excellence in the educational, social, cultural and physical development of their children. The Geneva English School is a community marked by its happy children who are self disciplined with high moral values, values they take with them for the rest of their lives.
A number of past students have been awarded scholarships to some top British public schools.
Good Schools Guide International
In the early years, children make excellent progress so that most reach or exceed the developmental levels expected for their age by the end of Reception. Older pupils demonstrate good and often excellent progress, they show high standards in all their learning and excellence in French.
Independent School Inspectorate Report
Parents are also very positive about the school and appreciate that there is discipline and academic achievement, built on a true sense of community and belonging. The children’s smiling eyes and eagerness to learn say it all. And lifetime friendships amongst both parents and pupils are made here (that also includes the staff).
Good Schools Guide International