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Pupil Parliament

The Pupil Parliament is a group of children who represent their peers as Members of Parliament and bring forward their views to improve the school, the curriculum and its grounds. The Pupil Parliament is made up of one pupil representative from each class from Years 1-6, together with a Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Secretary of State from Year 6.

The Pupil Parliament has been running since 2006 and our achievements have grown each year. At the meetings, attended by Mrs Coaker (Madam Speaker), we decide what we can do to improve the school. We don’t just decide ourselves what to do, our class suggest ideas for us to take to meetings. The Year 6 Secretary of State prepares the agenda, and we meet once a term.


"We relish the opportunity to become a greater part of school life and enjoy making our voices heard".  Year 6, Class Rep


For more information about School Councils, you may like to visit CBBC School Council Information.