Month: June 2019

MP Luke Announces Year 10 Election Result

Not every school election result is announced by a real politician but that’s what happened when Year 10 at Scott College ran a campaign about politics, health and well-being. As part of Project-Based Learning students were asked to create a political party and a manifesto around an issue that they feel strongly about – students then voted and Scott College’s local MP Luke Pollard came to Scott College for the afternoon to announce the winner. “Students had to think of a name for their party, design a logo and create posters and leaflets to advertise their manifestos,” explained Mr Morris, head of the Class of 2020. The elections took place on Friday 24 May and the whole year group, as well as a number of  Year 12 students, were involved either as participants or as members of the audience. Party leaders delivered their election speeches and students voted using an online survey. As well as announcing the results Luke Pollard spoke to the audience and was given a tour of the school in Stoke. “Students conducted their research and delivered their speeches with maturity and with a clear insight into the issues that they addressed. Congratulations to Beth of the Philanthropies party who was elected as…

Spotlight on Ellie’ s Volunteer role

We are really proud that our Sixth form student Ellie’s voluntary work at St Luke’s Hospice was highlighted as part of Volunteers’ Week. You can read all about it HERE