Visit from delegates puts town ‘on the map’

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A SCHOOL hosting delegates for an educational conference has put Gosport on the international map.

That is the view of the town’s MP Caroline Dinenage who helped welcome international delegates at Bay House School.

The group was visiting the school, on Gomer Lane, for a conference to discuss findings in the field of educational leadership research.

The International School Leadership Development Network is made up of more than 30 education researchers and practitioners from as far as Nepal and New Zealand.

Headteacher Ian Potter is one of the researching professionals making up the network which had its second meeting at the school.

Ms Dinenage said: ‘It is great that Bay House School was chosen to host a conference of this pioneering network of education professionals.

‘The event puts our area on the international map and recognises the excellent work that is going on in local schools.’