Schools en­joy good re­view

The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMUNITY NEWS - BY SI­MON ROCKER

Louise Ja­cobs ad­dress­ing the din­ner and some of the char­ity’s younger sup­port­ers JC:

TWO JEWISH sec­ondary schools are fea­tured in this year’s edi­tion of the Par­lia­men­tary Re­view, high­light­ing best prac­tice in fields from health­care to tech­nol­ogy.

JCoSS and Has­monean High are pro­filed in the ed­u­ca­tion sec­tion of the re­view, sent to half-a-mil­lion pol­i­cy­mak­ers and in­dus­trial lead­ers.

Has­monean head An­drew McClusky wrote that “help­ing those who are less for­tu­nate is very much part of the Has­monean DNA”.

The school raises tens of thou­sands an­nu­ally for good causes.

JCoSS head Pa­trick Mo­ri­arty re­ported that its “49-place pro­vi­sion for stu­dents with autism not only con­trib­utes to the top grades and univer­sity of­fers but also makes a pow­er­ful state­ment about the di­ver­sity that makes up so­ci­ety”.

The re­view was founded by Skip­ton and Ripon MP David Curry seven years ago.

Its di­rec­tor, Daniel Yoss­man, said “shar­ing knowl­edge and in­sight with both peers and gov­ern­ment is essen­tial work. This year’s re­view will reach ev­ery cor­ner of the Bri­tish econ­omy.”

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