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ذاتی ترقی


اخلاقیات اور نقطہ نظر

یہاں جانے کے لیے MCPA ٹیکسٹ پر بھیجنے کے لیے آؤٹ لائن ویژن


کمیونٹی کی خصوصیات اور چیمپئنز 

کمیونٹی کی خصوصیات کا تعارف

کمیونٹی کوالٹی کیلنڈر

کمیونٹی کوالٹیز چیلنج دوپہر

کمیونٹی بیج سسٹم

کمیونٹی کوالٹی چیمپئنز

کمیونٹی کوالٹی چیلنج دوپہر

چیلنج دوپہر کا خاکہ

تصویر montage

community quality challenge afternoons

Our ‘Community Champions’ are selected on a basis of continued good merit having consistently proved themselves to be outstanding role models to all pupils in the school. These children have been recognised by the Senior Leaders, teachers, and their peers as caring, courteous and considerate members of our MCPA community.

‘Community Champions’ are willing to go above and beyond expectation to ensure adults and children alike are happy and feel welcome; they always show a commitment to their learning and work exceptionally hard to produce work of the highest standard. Similarly, they show a commitment to the extended curricular activities both in and out of school and consistently demonstrate our ‘Community Qualities’. Their co-operative attitude shows their exceptional leadership skills within a team and makes them outstanding models for other children.

Here at MCPA we believe that children need to experience duties and responsibilities that come with being a member of a community in order to help them prepare to play an active role as citizens.

We believe that Community Champions have a very important role to play in the day to day organisation of our school and as only Year Six pupils are allowed to apply for this position, it is considered to be very prestigious and appointed pupils are expected to take their role seriously.

The position not only allows the Year Six pupils to lead by example and demonstrate their responsibility, it also enables the younger children to learn from a good example.

Every ‘Community Champion’ has to apply for the job and their applications go through a selection process. There are however two points of application during the year to allow all children to gain the experience of the additional responsibilities and privileges that come with this very important job.

Whilst the School Council members are chosen democratically by children across the school, ‘Prefect’ posts are reserved for Year 6 pupils only.

Once their application has been successful, ‘Community Champions’ are presented with their Prefect sweatshirts in a whole school assembly.


فلاح و بہبود کا نصاب

بہبود کے نصاب کا تعارف


تنوع لائبریریوں

تنوع لائبریری کا ارادہ

لائبریریوں اور بچوں کے پڑھنے کی تصاویر

شاگرد کلب

اسکول کلبوں کی اہمیت

پیش کش پر کلبوں کا جائزہ

سائن اپ کرنے کے طریقے کے بارے میں تفصیلات


برطانوی اقدار

بنیادی 'برطانوی اقدار' کی تعلیم کے لیے MCPA کے نقطہ نظر کا خاکہ بنائیں

فکر خانوں



شاگردوں سے تبصرے کے بلبلے۔

دوست بینچ



شاگردوں سے تبصرے کے بلبلے۔


دماغی صحت کے چیمپئنز

تربیت کا خاکہ

اسکول میں کردار

جذباتی چیک ان

چیکنگ کی اہمیت

تھرمامیٹر کی کاپی

emotional check-in

Learning to recognize, verbalise, and manage feelings is an important part of social development for children; those who show greater competency in fields of emotional literacy tend to form and maintain stronger peer relationships, exhibit a greater, more grounded sense of self and are more likely to develop the resilience and understanding to maintain a positive state of mental health.

At MCPA ‘Emotional Weather Forecast Thermometers’ are used in each classroom to encourage pupils to identify their feelings and to rate their intensity. The simple 5-point rating scale allows them to indicate how they feel and prompts supportive dialogue and classroom practice.

Though not diagnostic, the thermometer can be used in a variety of ways to build emotional literacy.


سالانہ ' collaborart ' فیسٹیول 

آؤٹ لائن، تصاویر اور شاگرد/والدین اور عملے کے فیڈ بیک کال آؤٹس

صدقہ اور فنڈ ریزنگ

مشترکہ  کیلنڈرز  منصوبہ بند فنڈ ریزنگ اور  شامل ہونے کے طریقہ کی تفصیلات

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