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Our Pupil Parliament


Enabling our children to have a voice in the school is very important to us and sharing ideas and opinions through the Parliament helps us to make decisions.   Being a Member of Parliament is an important responsibility and one which children enjoy and develop their personal and social skills. The Pupil Parliament consists of School Councillors, Eco Leaders, House Captains and a Head Boy and Head Girl.  All children are elected democratically and they learn that this is one of The British Values.


All sections of The Parliament meet regularly during each term with minutes taken and published on-line and posted up on their display area in the school.   Our Pupil Parliament is very active and members are elected yearly with two members chosen from all Year One and Year Two classes with Early Years children joining during the summer term for most areas. 

Parliament of 2020 - 2021


Head Boy -  Rhys                 Head Girl -Bonnie


School Council


Our School Council often organise charity events and have influenced our school development and resource decisions in many ways over the last few years.


Year 1 - Maisie, Olivia, Mason, Willow

Year 2 - Alfie, Vaishnavi, Elliot, Ella


Eco Leaders


Our Eco Leaders work to find out ways to help the environment in and around our school and in so doing, helping out planet keep healthy!


Year 1 -  John, Robyn, Gabriel, Aliza

Year 2 -  Tabitha, Jaxon, Pollyanna, Noah



House Captains


These children are from both of the Year 2 classes. Their main responsibilities are to lead and represent their house by attending meetings, talking to the pupils and arranging house events throughout the year.


Red House

Blue House

Yellow House

Green House


Invitation to open the brand new Lidl store on Thursday 21st November 2019

What Members of Parliament say....


"I like to help the school be a better place" (Year 2)


"I like to help organise things for charity" (Year 1)


"I like to raise money to help the school and other people" (Year 2)


"I enjoyed planning the Bake Sale" (Year 1)


"I like to help people" (Year 1)


"I like thinking of suggestions to do" (Year 2)


"I have enjoyed solving problems" (Year 2)


"I like to organise things for the school" (Elisha - Year 1)

Parliament Events 2019-2020


Wear it Pink - Monday 21st October we raised £300


Children in Need - Thursday 15th November we raised £211.90


Lidl Grand Opening - Thursday 21st November 


Recycling Launch - Collection Point - letter sent out 21st November


Superhero Day for Sports Relief - Friday 13th March we raised £135.67

Children In Need - dress as a sports person

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