School General Election
YEAR 5 pupils have been busy canvassing the playground for votes in a school election which was held on Thursday.
Alongside the much-publicised general election, the school held its own mock election where pupils voted between five parties — Blue Tree; FLAP; Green Leaf; KEP and Mastery.
The children gained hands on insight into how the election works as they created their own parties, designed their branding, ran for office, developed manifestos, canvassed support and created campaign posters and literature. The leader and deputy leader of each party then made a speech in assembly, spreading their messages and touting for votes.
The children then organised the election – registering voters and preparing the polling station. On Friday, in assembly, the Reporting Officer announced the results:
Green Leaf 26 votes
F.L.A.P. 39 votes
K.E.P. 24 votes
Mastery 57 votes
Blue Tree 24 votes
The Mastery party has been elected and will work with School Council during the rest of this termm to put some of their plans into action.
The party manifestos
If you vote for us we will help make our school a better place for wildlife: What we will do:
- We will make an area for bug hunting
- We will have an outdoors day each day
- We will have more maths outside
Fun Lasting Adventure Party
We would like to have more bins in the playground with Litter Monitors and mini basketball hoops for the younger children.
Our policies include:
- More school fun runs to raise money
- Another school talent show
- Inspration days for the whole school
We promise to:
- Have more outdoor lessons
- Hold an eco-friendly day every year
- Do more fundraising