This report, published in April 2016 by Biggar Economics, highlights the impact that the independent school sector has on the Scottish Economy.
- The key finding of the report is that SCIS members generated £455.7 million Gross Value Added for the Scottish economy.
- A direct contribution to the Scottish economy of £ 301 million
- The independent sector supported around 10,600 jobs in 2015 – one for every three SCIS pupils
- SCIS member schools generated £246.6 million for the public exchequer – equivalent to £102 per household in Scotland
In January 2019, the Edinburgh independent schools published a report into their economic and fiscal contribution to the city.
In 2017, an study of the economic impact of Robert Gordon's College was undertaken by Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce.
The UK Independent Schools Council publishes a regular report highlighting the huge impact of the independent school sector on the UK economy.