ABOUT THE INSPECTION AEGIS stands for the Association for the Education and Guardianship of International Students. It employs an independent company, Taylor Education, to manage the inspections of its member organisations. Members are re-inspected every 4 years. Bright World originally became a member in January 2006. This report is a summary or our most recent re-inspection which, subject to 7 recommendations out of 192 criteria being resolved, we passed in March 2017. Framework: AEGIS issues a framework which members must follow. This comprises of 8 sections setting out a total of 70 main criteria. Within this 70 criteria there are 192 subsections of criteria to be met. Re-accreditation Meeting: Inspectors: Jacqueline Scotney Lead Inspector Anne Longton Supporting Inspector Date: 2nd March 2017 “The re-accreditation meeting took place at Bright World’s Head Office, in Hurstpierpoint High Street, with the Director of Safeguarding and Operations (Claire Taylor), Managing Director (Lana Foster), and the Lead Inspector in attendance, on Thursday 2nd March 2017. The meeting took 6 Hours.” Visits and Interviews with Students, School Staff and Host Families: ‘This report is based on visits to, and interviews with Homestays, School Staff and Students – 4 schools and 5 Homestay families were visited during this inspection.’ Online questionnaires: An online questionnaire containing over 40 questions was sent to all host families, overseas parents and school representatives who agreed to take part.
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