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Burgate recognised as Best Practice Representative within the Parliamentary Review


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The Burgate School and Sixth Form recognised as Best Practice Representative within the Parliamentary Review

Representatives across a wide range of sectors come together in September’s Parliamentary Review to voice their strengths, challenges and expert opinions collectively. With the long-term future in mind, the review centres on securing the foundations for our future productivity by improving school standards, transforming technical education and delivering infrastructure for growth. These plans for the future are just some of the views echoed throughout The Review from leaders from across the country.

Success for educators across the nation does not always come easily, and The Parliamentary Review is indispensable for anyone who seeks to make a difference themselves in education. It highlights significant successes, developments and concerns for school leaders up and down the country.

The co-chairman of The Parliamentary Review, Lord Pickles, has praised the organisations featured in The Review. He commented that as Britain undergoes changes, it is “essential that politicians have a firm understanding of the challenges with which British organisations must contend” and that The Review once again provides a perfect platform for this.

Writing in The Review, Lord Blunkett says “that the education service continues to deliver for individuals, communities and of course for our nation.” Headteacher, David Pover said "I am delighted that we were chosen to represent best practice in schools. We have worked very hard to reach the very highest standards in education and we are thrilled to have this recognition."

A Message from Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, followed by The Burgate School and Sixth Form's best practice article

The ability to listen and learn from one another has always been vital in parliament, in business and in most aspects of daily life. But at this particular moment in time, as national and global events continue to reiterate, it is uncommonly crucial that we forge new channels of communication and reinforce existing ones. The following article from The Burgate School and Sixth Form is an attempt to do just that. We would welcome your thoughts on this or any other Parliamentary Review article.

The Best Practice article for The Burgate School and Sixth Form can be viewed here