The Parliamentary Review
Sunday, September 9, 2018
Preston School recognised nationally for its ethos and learning environment.
Preston School are delighted to have been selected to contribute to the annual Parliamentary Review, which showcases examples of good practice and leadership from schools across the UK.
The Parliamentary Review allows for in-depth reflection of how legislation has impacted organisations across the UK, it also serves an important resource for policy development. The prime minister's foreword sets the scene for legislative development over the coming year alongside vital insight from both the private and public sector across a range of policy departments.
Preston School prides itself on being a popular institution among its students, staff, and the local community. Their Review article outlines not just the vibrant community within the school and the importance of having links with the local town but also looking beyond your horizons, both as individuals and as an organisation. The article talks of why the learning environment is so strong at Preston and how the school works with other schools, colleges, universities and companies to provide wonderful opportunities for its students that will serve them well for later-life.
Principal Gregg Morrison said “we are rightly proud and delighted to have been asked to submit an entry to this year’s Parliamentary Review. It is a great honour for the school that we are so widely recognised for the work that we do and the opportunities that we offer our students. We are a thriving school who look to improve every day and I am pleased that we have been able to showcase our work on a national and international stage in The Parliamentary Review. I would encourage anyone who wants to come and visit us to get in touch – we would love to show you around and demonstrate how we ‘Bring Learning to Life & Life to Learning’ for our wonderful students. Our Open Day & Evening is on Thursday 27th September and there are also other smaller tours during the school day throughout September and October. We look forward to showing people the school that we are so proud of”.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of The Parliamentary Review, David Curry, its chief editor has already said that organisation from across the country would be "well advised to keep an eye on representatives on this year's Review" promising one the most insightful documents to date.
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that "British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review."
Preston School’s article can be viewed here: