John Jamieson School

John Jamieson is an open and welcoming, generic, all age Special School and National Teaching School which caters for pupils with a learning difficulty

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General Election fever hits John Jamieson School!01 May 2015General Election fever hits John Jamieson School!Our General Election campaign was launched on Friday 24th April with our 5 candidates setting out their manifestos in the high School assembly.

We have 5 candidates standing for election and they represent:

The Monster Mardy Party – which focusses on heritage railways and encouraging people back onto trains to reduce pollution and congestion.

The Chipper Party – which focusses on tradition British food like fish and chips and Sunday roasts.

The Power Party – who are campaigning on the importance of education.

The Equality Party – who emphasis on equality for disabled people in all aspects of life.

The Chairs of Anfield Party – which focusses on equality for disabled sports people.

The candidates have been supported by a team of party workers and produced a huge range of material like rosettes, ballot boxes, posters and voting slips.

Martin Hemingway, who is standing for the Green Party in Morley and Outwoood, came to visit and 16+2 had an excellent question and answer session with him and gained some valuable advice about how to campaign successfully.

Our election is on May 8th and everyone in school has the opportunity to vote!
 

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