Schools enjoy good review
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.”