Pupil Prime Minister and Assembly Voice: Alfie (Year 6)
Deputy Prime Minister and Year 2 Representative: Maddison (Year 6)
Treasurer and Year 1 Representative: Jaden (Year 6)
Year 5 Representatives: Teyla and Edie
Year 4 Representatives: Tyler and Charlotte
Year 3 Representatives: Kate and Harry
Our Pupil Parliament is a popular way for the children to voice their opinions and is considered a really positive development for the school.
The Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer are Year 6 pupils who have stood for election. The positions are voted for by the whole school.
Two members of each KS2 class are elected by their classmates onto our parliament. Two of the Year 6 children are representatives for KS1 and EYFS and keep them updated with the latest news. Miss Wilmer usually holds the Pupil Parliament meetings during Tuesday lunchtimes.
The Pupil Parliament works hard to be a voice for the children, to ensure their opinions are listened to and to explain where necessary why certain decisions are made.
In many ways the children can experience democracy in action, they have their opportunity to influence the decision makers and their confidence and willingness to ask searching questions is an asset to the school.
During the Spring Term we will be setting up our 'In Class' Library Boxes with books that the classes will have chosen to help promote a love of reading.
Pupil Parliament Fund Raising
After the sale of our 'Soccor Starz', our contribution from the Christmas Fair and the Sponsored Sing we have already raised £230 towards our new incentive of having 'In class libraries boxes' in each classroom.
We aim to raise around £500 before the end of the year towards our new reading incentive!
Keep an eye out to see how our fundraising is going!