St John Bosco College features in The Parliamentary Review

The Parliamentary Review is an indispensable guide to best practice across a variety of different areas, showcasing various examples from steadfast organisations in the public and private sectors. Its principal aim is to raise standards within said industries by producing a template for future reform, and the September release of the publication is acknowledged for its importance in the political calendar.

St John Bosco College is a vibrant 11-18 Roman Catholic school, part of the worldwide family of Salesian schools, located in the heart of Battersea, London. In their Review article, they discuss how the ideals, innovations, and teachings of Don Bosco inform everything taught within the school and how this Salesian ethos makes the pupils happy, healthy, and prepared for the challenges of the world after school.

This year's Review aptly displays the collaborative approach that is necessary if the education sector is to continue to flourish. With a diverse range of secondary schools included in the 2017/18 edition, it offers pertinent insight into the issues that head teachers and educational bodies face.

Now a key fixture in the political calendar, The Review's chief editor, David Curry, says he looks forward to having the hard work of all the representatives involved being shown to their audience: "With such an extraordinary range of organisations involved, this year's Parliamentary Review will undoubtedly be some of the most insightful reading that could be recommended for politicians and businesses alike."

Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that "Our modern Industrial Strategy means government stepping up to secure the foundations of our productivity: providing an education system that delivers the skills our economy needs, improving school standards, and transforming technical education."

St John Bosco College's article can be viewed here: