Haywood Parliament is launched!

Haywood Parliament is the vessel for student leadership opportunities and school improvement form a student point of view. Newly elected, the Members of Haywood Parliament will be meeting with their peers in the Form Council and leading the meetings and listening to feedback from each form on ideas for improvement.  They will then meet up with the parliament body to feedback ideas from their year group and plans of how we can make it a reality.  They will then play a fundamental role in seeing their ides through and feeding back to the Form Council on the progress of their ideas.

Leadership opportunity is also a big part of the MHP role. The MHP’s are deciding at the moment what other area they would like leadership responsibility for.  The Year 11 MHP’s have so far identified that they would like to develop charity work, community links and looking at the environmental elements of the school site.  They are currently creating their long term plan of what their aim is and how they are going to proceed to reach it.  The year 11 will then be presenting to the other year groups at the next parliament meeting to see who would like to be part of their team or who would like to create their own responsibility area.

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