House Pankhurst2018-09-14T14:58:15+00:00

Hello! We are your Pankhurst House Captains. As our job, we support Miss Palmer in making Pankhurst the best house in the school. We believe that it is important to be determined and hardworking and as the House Captains we try and be the best role models for the school. We also think that helping and collaborating with our local charity “St Richards Hospice” gives us a sense of satisfaction and pride. As role models we are committed to help in necessary areas and Pankhurst related issues and also we are open to any suggestions. Feel free to come and speak to anyone one of us if you have any worries or issues that you want to raise with any of us.

Hello! We are your Pankhurst House Captains. As our job, we support Miss Palmer in making Pankhurst the best house in the school. We believe that it is important to be determined and hardworking and as the House Captains we try and be the best role models for the school. We also think that helping and collaborating with our local charity “St Richards Hospice” gives us a sense of satisfaction and pride. As role models we are committed to help in necessary areas and Pankhurst related issues and also we are open to any suggestions. Feel free to come and speak to anyone one of us if you have any worries or issues that you want to raise with any of us.

Director of Studies

Miss A Palmer

Phone / (Ext) – 01905 423906 / 319

Email: a.palmer@cwlc.email

Learning Mentors

Mrs R Reeves

Learning Mentor Group: PRR (RR Asst DoS)

Email: r.reeves@cwlc.email

Mr M Collier

Learning Mentor Group: PMJC

Email: m.collier@cwlc.email

Miss E Hubbard

Learning Mentor Group: PEH

Email: e.hubbard@cwlc.email

Mr C Taylor & Mrs A Hunt

Learning Mentor Group: PCVT (CVT Asst DoS)

Email: c.taylor@cwlc.email

Miss V Marriott

Learning Mentor Group: PVJM

Email: V.Marriott@cwlc.email

Mr M Yeates

Learning Mentor Group: PJC

Email: M.Yeates@cwlc.email

Mr C Waters

Learning Mentor Group: PCDW

Email: C.Waters@cwlc.email

Mr A Bengriche

Learning Mentor Group: PABL

Email: A.Bengriche@cwlc.email

Who was Emmeline Pankhurst?

Born 14 July 1858 – Died 14 June 1928

Pankhurst was a leading British women’s rights activist, who led the movement to win the right for women to vote. Pankhurst was perhaps the most influential woman of the twentieth century. Today her name is synonymous with the ‘votes for women’ campaign and she is remembered as the most brave and inspirational suffrage leader in history. Like many suffragettes, Emmeline was arrested on numerous occasions over the next few years and went on hunger strike herself, resulting in violent force-feeding. In 1913, in response to the wave of hunger strikes, the government passed what became known as the ‘Cat and Mouse’ Act. Hunger striking prisoners were released until they grew strong again, and then re-arrested. This period of militancy was ended abruptly on the outbreak of war in 1914, when Emmeline turned her energies to supporting the war effort. In 1918, the Representation of the People Act gave voting rights to women over 30. Emmeline died on 14 June 1928, shortly after women were granted equal voting rights with men (at age 21).

Who was Emmeline Pankhurst?

Born 14 July 1858 – Died 14 June 1928

Pankhurst was a leading British women’s rights activist, who led the movement to win the right for women to vote. Pankhurst was perhaps the most influential woman of the twentieth century. Today her name is synonymous with the ‘votes for women’ campaign and she is remembered as the most brave and inspirational suffrage leader in history. Like many suffragettes, Emmeline was arrested on numerous occasions over the next few years and went on hunger strike herself, resulting in violent force-feeding. In 1913, in response to the wave of hunger strikes, the government passed what became known as the ‘Cat and Mouse’ Act. Hunger striking prisoners were released until they grew strong again, and then re-arrested. This period of militancy was ended abruptly on the outbreak of war in 1914, when Emmeline turned her energies to supporting the war effort. In 1918, the Representation of the People Act gave voting rights to women over 30. Emmeline died on 14 June 1928, shortly after women were granted equal voting rights with men (at age 21).

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