Maiden Erlegh School in Reading is committed to preparing its pupils for life in modern Britain by ensuring that they have not just the right knowledge, skills and understanding, but also the right values to be active citizens who are capable of responding positively to the opportunities and challenges of a rapidly changing and increasingly diverse world.
Pupils are given opportunities to learn first-hand about active citizenship and democracy through local elections for the posts of tutor representatives and by serving on the School Council. Tutor representatives take soundings from their peers and then take these views to the School Council for discussion. Tutor representatives then feedback the minutes and Council’s views to their tutor group. In this way our pupils learn to become active citizens with a voice and a stake in the development of their school.
The photographs show the very first group of tutor representatives to be elected by their tutor groups as they received their tutor representative badges in assembly.
If you have a child in Year 5 and you are considering which Secondary School they should attend from September 2018, please join us at our Open Evening on Monday 10th July.
There will be a change of menu for school meals on Thursday 25th May because it is Africa Day.
The main course will be Chicken a la King which is a curry with white mushroom sauce and peppers. Dessert will be Malva Pudding, an apricot sponge of South African...