Jubilation as Dyson Perrins gets Parliamentary recognition
A MALVERN high school which turned itself around has been highlighted in a top government publication.
Dyson Perrins CE Academy is featured in the new Parliamentary Review, which every year showcases best practice for the public and private sector.
Dysons head Stuart Wetson and chair of governors Paul Charman rubbed shoulders with Prime Minister Theresa May at the Houses of Commons last Thursday evening when the publication was launched.
Mr Wetson says he was delighted that the school had been chosen for the review.
He said: "We're really thrilled. It's really nice to get that kind of recognition. When you look at where we have come from when, back in 2013, the GCSE results were only just above the government's floor standards, it's a long, long way.
"Since then, Dysons has become one of the most-improved schools, not only in the county, but in the country. It's an achievement we really want to share with everyone, and that's why we are delighted to have been chosen for the Parliamentary Review."