Pupil Parliament

What is Pupil Parliament?

Pupil Parliament promotes pupil leadership opportunities, enabling children to develop valuable communication, organisation and debating skills through key roles of responsibility and new experiences. It allows pupils from all year groups to be actively involved in the way that the school is run. The whole school benefit from Pupil Parliament, as it provides opportunities for pupils to communicate their opinions as well as influence the decisions that are made on their behalf.

What are the aims of Pupil Parliament?

· Represent all pupils and includes a fair representation of the school.

· Take time to listen to all pupils and communicate their views.

· Feed back to pupils about what happened about their views.

· Action decisions that have been made or explain why they can’t happen.

Who is part of pupil Parliament?

At the start of each new school year children are nominated for our Pupil Parliament. Each class votes for two children from each year group in KS2 and two children from each class in KS1.

The children take whole school issues and ideas from their own classes and feed them into the Pupil Parliament which meets regularly throughout the year.

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