Who are we?
We are two representatives from each class from Year 1 to Year 6, making 12 School Parliament members in total. We have been elected by the children in our classes and our job is to represent them and be their “pupil voice.” Our photographs are displayed in the entrance hall. In the Summer Term, Reception will be joining the team.
What do we do?
We meet together regularly to discuss suggestions and ideas. Some of the things we have done are:
- Devised and collected the information for a questionnaire about after school clubs that children would like
- Led anti-bullying week including a whole school assembly
- Gave children’s views about the School
- Suggested things to improve our school e.g. Playground Equipment
- Took part in decision about the new stage
- Helped with interview questions
- Donated funds we have raised to local charities
- Handed out and collected information from questionnaires about how we can help the environment and our planet
We know our views are listened to by the adults in school and the School Parliament activities are discussed by Governors at their meetings as an agenda item.
Our School Parliament represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.
These are the results from the questionnaire we handed out and we will be having a meeting very soon with Mr Lewis to discuss the results.
Thank you to all our peers in key stage 2 for answering the questions, your thoughts and ideas are valuable.