King’s School featured in Parliamentary Review

PUBLISHED: 07:00 25 September 2018

Kings School Headteacher Rob Gammon with the Parliamentary Review. sho 37 18TI 1299. Picture: Terry Ife

Kings School Headteacher Rob Gammon with the Parliamentary Review. sho 37 18TI 1299. Picture: Terry Ife


Parliamentary Review looks at best practice in secondary education

The King’s School in Ottery has been featured in a glossy publication sharing best practice in education.

The Parliamentary Review is a series of publications, each focusing on a governmental policy area, with commentary from journalists and politicians.

The King’s School is included in an issue covering secondary education in the south of England. In it, headteacher Rob Gammon writes about the school’s approach to education, which includes a strong sense of community and an ‘achievement for all’ ethos.

Mr Gammon, who attended the launch of the Review at Westminster, said: “I am very proud that the school has been included in this year’s release of The Parliamentary Review. It has given us another opportunity to celebrate the wonderful work that goes on in the school on a daily basis, and to ensure that the current challenges facing education in Devon and across the country are highlighted to politicians and the wider public.”

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