Our school council is made up with a representative from each class to identify areas where the school can improve. They then discuss how within the council and by asking their peers before making a plan. The council also help to make decisions regarding a variety of actions within the school. Our members also take on specific roles across each term such as showing prospective families around the school, planning whole school events and assisting the Principal when recruiting new staff.
Our Eco Warriors are responsible for helping look after our school, ensuring we are recycling, reducing and reusing as much as possible. They encourage our MPA community to find ways to save water, energy so we are doing our bit to help our planet and a sustainable future.
Equalities, diversity and inclusion ambassadors (EDI)
Our ambassadors are made up of a diverse group of pupils from all year groups . They will meet termly with a focus of learning to understand what EDI is. It will ask pupils their views about their Curriculum what would they like to learn connected to EDI. The group will be looking at the Equality Act, Disabilities and other Inclusion issues. Pupils will be able to debate and discuss different topics and help to implement their ideas within our whole School Ethos. We want everyone to learn respect and understanding for every pupil and member of staff so we can all learn to embrace each other’s differences in a calm and happy school.
Our champions promote a love of reading within the class and at home. They have the responsibility to maintain high expectations of the class book corner and encourage every child in their class to bring in their reading record book daily and change their book on a weekly basis. They meet termly to discuss our reading culture and provide suggestions for whole school events such as world book day & everyone reading in class (ERIC)
Our pupil representatives aim to contribute towards the development of a safe and engaging learning environment for ‘Team MPA’ . The group meets every term to walk the site to undertake regular checks of the building and the playground. They then encourage all year groups to take responsibility for being vigilant and to be aware of possible risks, whilst also feeling confident and comfortable. Health & Safety reps have a procedure in place for reporting faulty equipment and within their learning environments.