BPS Election Campaign
This year, to mirror the General Election on 7th May, BPS has decided to run our own School Election campaign. The students tasked with forming the politicial parties were volunteers from Year 10 and Year 12, and all major political parties in England have been represented. It has been a fascinating process and the way the students have engaged throughout the process has been breath taking. We know the students here are passionate about having their voice heard, and they have demonstrated this on a huge scale in this School Election. The campaigns were launched in assemblies and have progressed with posters, videos and political slogans going up all round school in recent weeks. Students from all year groups have thrown themselves into the campaigning and everyone seems very eager to have their voice heard on 7th May. On Tuesday 5th May, in a desperate last attempt to sway the floating voters, there will an election debate in the main hall with all the party leaders present. Whatever the outcome in our School Election, it has been a rollercoaster journey and one the participants will not forget. This whole process once again demonstrates the commitment BPS has to it’s students and to making their voice heard.