The Warriner School is one of just twelve schools that have been selected to take part in the annual Parliamentary Review of Education. This small number of schools are either outstanding or have made significant improvements over a number of years.
The review is being led by The Rt Hon Philip Hammond (Chancellor of the Exchequer) and The Rt Hon Stephen Timms (Labour Party representative, Education Select Committee) and will produce in a report aimed at highlighting best practice and raising standards in secondary education. This report goes to over 35,000 leading policymakers including MPs, Peers at the House of Lords, Headteachers, Vice-Chancellors, Government Agencies, the Department for Education and many more.
The Warriner School has been selected to take part on the basis of our last Ofsted report and recent data showing that we are continuing to improve year on year. The purpose of the review is to look at challenges and issues faced by schools as well as sharing best practice.
Dr Kay said “We have improved our results for the last three years and in 2015 our GCSE results put us into the top 100 schools nationally for sustained improvement which was the icing on the cake - and to then be asked to do this is very much the cherry on top and is due to 70% of our Year 11 achieving five or more grades A*-C with English and Maths. I am so proud that the monumental effort put in by students, their parents and our staff is getting this recognition at a national level."