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Archive for the ‘Youth Parliament’ Category

  • National Careers Week at Melland High

    8th March 2019
    The Careers Team and heads of Department have organised a fantastic National Careers Week at Melland High School. Students have participated in career focused activities, improved their employability skills and...More
  • 4D’s ‘Political Project’

    4th February 2019
    Mr Gleeson and the 4D’s will be embarking on a ‘Politics Project’ as part of their Citizenship lessons. This will involve learning about Local Government and who is involved. The project will result in two...More
  • Make Your Mark – Have Your Say

    10th October 2018
      Every year the Youth Parliament meet at the House of Commons to debate and discuss issues for the year ahead. The topics they discuss are chosen from students from schools across the country. The issues are decided...More
  • Make Your Mark Campaign

    9th October 2017
    On the 10th November the UK Youth Parliament goes to the House of Commons to debate and decide on important issues for the year ahead. They decide on the TOP issues voted by school children across the country. To decide what...More