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Cansfield Parliament

Recently, we rebranded student voice to student parliament. This is run by Mrs Rothwell and ourselves: Tara Pancholi, head girl and Thomas Melling, head boy. It consists of eight committees, which gives us more precise opinions and control over of certain aspects of Cansfield. The committees are: Teaching & Learning, Behaviour, School Environment, Rewards, Extra Participation, Charity, Safeguarding, Career Pathways including Enterprise. Each committee is made up of a senior student leader, representatives from each year group and a senior member of staff.

The Teaching & Learning committee address situations such as teaching styles and how to maximise productive learning across school. Behaviour focuses on the system in place, deciding whether it works efficiently and effectively. In School Environment, the committee reflects on how to improve conditions in school and how to improve our efforts to save the environment. The Reward committee delivers the best-behaved students the finest rewards possible and encourages more challenging students to succeed. Extra participation focuses on students exceeding in Cansfield and involving themselves the most outside of school hours. Furthermore, the Charity committee sets a certain charity for each year group and holds fundraising events to raise money and awareness for the chosen causes. Safeguarding deals with any issues in Cansfield’s community and cares for the students’ wellbeing. The Career Pathways panel considers what kind of plans students have for their future and any possibilities of support for their future aspirations.

The Student Parliament benefits students in a multitude of ways from not only giving them with opportunities of contributing to decisions that help Cansfield and involving them but providing them with life skills such as public speaking, working as a team and being able to take charge of a situation with confidence. The importance of our new Student Parliament is so significant as it grants students with a voice and opportunities whilst improving Cansfield.

by Tara Pancholi & Thomas Melling

 

Committees

Teaching & Learning

 

 

 

 

omas Melling 11I

 

Behaviour

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rewards

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extra Participation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charities

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safeguarding

 

 

 

 

 

 

Career Pathways including Enterprise

Teaching & Learning

Thomas Melling 11I, Maria Constantinou 7E, Rachel Sixsmith 7I,

Molly Lowe 8C, Jacob Hoyle 9S, Maria Hundreva 10E,

Holly Bradford 10A, Ellie Houghton 11C, Mrs Beaney

Behaviour

Tara Pancholi 11N, Emily Wood 7E, Liam Robertson 8A

Abigail Wilkie 9C, Pharrell Corless-Adams 10S, Ellie Latham 10I

Tori Prince 11F, Jack Duffy 11S, Mr Taylor

School Environment

Mark McManus 11N, Niamh O’Reilly, Amy Bowers 8S

Megan Gramauskas 9L, Finn Knowles 10I, Amy Kershaw 10F

Emma Johnson 10E, Miya Madden 11A, Mrs Sutch

Rewards

Fern Manning 11N, Jolie Mason 7S, Ellie Forshaw 8E

Declan Birchall 8F, Rhys Stirling 8E, Lexie Walsh 10F

Stella Hankinson 11N, Ellie Wilson 11E, Mrs Ainscough

Extra Participation

Owen Carroll Walker 11S, Molly Biggar 7I, Joe Rustage 7S,

Caitlin Lodge 8C, Amelia Atherton 8F, Lydia Conboy 10C,

Kaitlyn Crinigan 10F, Emily Joseph-Hughes 11F, Mr Swain

Charities

Megan Grindley Casson 11S, Grace McAleavy 7E, Luke Hamer 8A,

Olivia Armstrong 8A, Sam Jones 9N, Lydia Highes 10N,

Molly Fisher 11A, Jade Bentham 11C, Mrs Rothwell

Safeguarding

Eve Wagstaff 11A, Rebecca Melling 7S, Milan Hurst 8C,

Summer Casey Corcoran 8N, Megan Atherton 9E, Macey Brooks 10A,

Sam Miller 10N, Holly Crawford 11I, Mrs Jones

Career Pathways including Enterprise

Adam Ward 11A, James Comins 7A, Isabella Bibey Kilheeney 8E,

Joel Pollard 8C, Harry Copeland 10N, Anna Fisher 11A,

Ryan Timmings 11S, Liam Cook 11I, Mr Beaney