Welcome to our School Parliament
Our parliament has a very important role in school – to make sure everyone has a voice. The children vote for a boy and a girl in their class every year who they think will be good representatives. Once the votes are counted, those with the most votes are elected. These children then meet regularly and discuss issues suggested by their peers. They are then responsible for taking action in school while also maintaining communication with everyone.
It’s a tough job but our parliament do it brilliantly!
Who We Are
Our school parliament is made up as follows:
- Chairperson (Year 6)
- Vice chairperson (Year 6)
- Secretary (Year 6)
- Class representatives (Year 2-5)
Our Year 1 and Reception children can put their ideas and questions into the Parliament Post Box in the main hall. This makes sure all children have a voice in school – no matter how young.
As well as this, every class holds their own class council meeting every other week. The outcomes of these meetings are then brought to school parliament for discussion and action to be taken.
View the School Parliament in action.