At Dean Trust Rose Bridge we pride ourselves on the additional opportunities we provide for our pupils beyond their excellent academic experience in lessons. Learning inside the classroom is the key to success, but we also believe that so much more can be learned beyond the classroom. Enrichment experiences, educational visits and extra-curricular opportunities are integral to the experiences of pupils, and their personal development.
Our aim is for every pupil to experience at least one form of additional enrichment. We believe that this helps to support the development of cultural capital and thus improve the life chances of all pupils.
Pupil Parliament Purpose and mission statement:
Our School Parliament plays an active role in shaping our school and community. As effective members of pupil parliament. Our representatives listen and represent the views of their peers, represent our school and work towards a better change. The purpose of the School Parliament is to give the pupils a real voice within a manageable system and encourage the students to take ownership and responsibility for their school. At the same time it enables staff to gain pupils’ perspective.
Our mission includes to:
Who are we:
Our school parliament is made up of pupils across year groups 7-10 who were elected to represent the views of all pupils and to work with the leadership team to improve Dean Trust Rose Bridge.
Committees: All committees and their purposes have been selected.
Our pupil Parliament committees are lead by a member of SLT
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Dean Trust Rose Bridge is partnered with the Manchester United Foundation. The Manchester United Foundation is a charitable organisation that works with us to deliver motivational and inspiring projects to our pupils, with the goal of helping them reach their full potential. You can find out more about the Manchester United Foundation and its work at www.mufoundation.org.
Details of Dean Trust Rose Bridge’s proposed 2025-2026 admissions arrangements and how to comment can be found at – www.wigan.gov.uk/consultations Please log on if you wish to share your views.