Manchester Pupil Parliament is a group of Rights Respecting Schools which promotes pupil leadership opportunities, enabling children to develop valuable communication, organisation and debating skills through key roles of responsibility and new experiences.
We aim to promote pupil voice and raise awareness of 42 children’s rights (Convention of the Rights of the Child), linking children’s rights to what is happening in the world today. We want to support and guide all our children to become the best possible citizens so they can become the best that they can be (Article 29 of Convention of the Rights of the Child)!
There are currently 19 primary and secondary schools who are members of Manchester Pupil Parliament and MPP is looking to increase its membership.
Transforming Learning Cultures
The partnership began in 2011 when all 3 schools recognised common challenges and shared vision for empowering children and families to grow as rights respecting and responsible citizens. The partnership became the Transforming Learning Cultures Partnership TLC
St Mary's works in partnership to develop best practice in Maths with Maths Hub NW1
As a hub, we collaborate with a wide range of enthusiastic, talented and dedicated maths teachers and strategic partners, and we are confident that together, we will achieve our fundamental ambition to raise standards in mathematics and inspire a passion and love of this subject in children and young people.
NW1 Maths Hub and the Teaching School Hubs provide innovative approaches to school to school support, professional development for teachers, research and development and initial teacher training.