Lingfield Primary School appears in The Parliamentary Review which every year brings together the most creative and inspiring voices across business, industry, education and the public sector to share insight, encourage best practice and help organisations confront the challenges of an ever-changing political landscape.
Lingfield Primary School had a challenging set of circumstances which led to the sudden resignation of the previous headteacher, low-level disruption from a small number of children, and unrest from some parents and governors. The school’s Review piece focuses on how, in the last four years or so, harmony and morale has been successfully re-established in the school.
After a year of progress for the education sector, The Parliamentary Review outlines areas of excellence and relevant issues for teachers, communities and policymakers alike. These will be featured alongside commentary on the sector from former education secretary and Review chairman Lord Blunkett.
The long-time editor of The Review David Curry has expressed his excitement that the upcoming edition is due to be one of the most interesting and insightful yet. “I can say with confidence that there is no other forum in Britain that can successfully combine the thoughts and ideas of such a group of extraordinary organisations and deliver them to the people that need to hear them, whether that be in Westminster or out in the country.”
Lingfield Primary School’s article can be viewed here: