Butterstile has undergone a raft of changes over the past five years to further enhance its educational offer. The improvements have led to Butterstile becoming a model of excellence for other schools and services to learn from. This has been recognised by the government in the publication of The Parliamentary Review. Last week I travelled to London with our Chair of Governors, Keith Bardsley, to attend a celebration event at the Houses of Parliament. For those families who have already benefited from our early help and intervention it will come as no surprise that Butterstile is leading the way in this area. Family support, counselling and Dinosaur School are just three of the many areas that are available at Butterstile. We don't offer these services for awards but because our families tell us that they benefit from help and support. I have attached the press release and the link to the publication.
Butterstile Primary School shares best practice alongside Prime Minister Theresa May in The Parliamentary Review
Butterstile Primary School appears alongside Prime Minister Theresa May in the 2016/17 Parliamentary Review.
Butterstile Primary School features alongside the Prime Minister and a small number of outstanding schools in a document that looks back on the year in schools and Westminster. The main aim of the Review is to showcase best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector.
Across all policy areas, The Parliamentary Review is sent to over half a million leading policymakers. The articles in the Review act as both a blueprint for success and a template for reform.
The Parliamentary Review’s director Daniel Yossman concurred, saying ‘Butterstile Primary School and other hardworking organisations from across the country have come together to make this year’s Review possible.
Sharing knowledge and insight with both peers and government is essential work and I am delighted that this year’s Review will reach every corner of the British economy.
It’s always a real joy to hear from policymakers who tell me that something they have read in the Review has had an effect on their thinking.
An e-copy of The Parliamentary Review can be viewed here: