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Mock election held on campus

Pupils given the opportunity to take part in the voting experience
Receiving the ballot papers
Receiving the ballot papers

Mr Brown and Mrs Hempstead of the History Department created a mock election for pupils and staff. Ready with ballot papers, booths and 'I Voted' stickers, staff and pupil volunteers made sure the event ran smoothly.

Voter turnout for the school was 66%.  It was a great experience for the boys, encouraged them to be engaged in local politics, and was a super learning opportunity for the 6th Form politics students to understand how elections work! Thank you to everyone who gave up their time to make sure the event was possible. Photos from the day can be viewed in the photo gallery.

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