Last term, Autumn 2021, using a democratic system two children from each year group were voted for by their fellow pupils to represent them in our Pupil Parliament.
Pupil Parliament is an opportunity for students to feed back to the Headteacher, Mr Tewes, on issues that are important to them and the students within their year group. We believe pupils having a voice in the school they attend is vital for them to feel a part of building the school’s future and also to ensure that the staff understand what is important to those that the school is created for. In addition to this, it helps encourage an understanding of democracy and how a voting system works.
Please click on the below PDF documents to see minutes from Pupil Parliament meetings for this academic year 2021 – 2022.