Pupil Parliament takes place on Wednesday afternoon for all children from Years 1 to 6. Pupil parliament is an opportunity for pupils to have their voice heard about topics or queries arising in school. It is something that is very much at the heart of our school and has been running for 4 years. The year 6 pupils are in groups of 2 or 3 and they lead the sessions. They discuss the topic with the year 6 class teachers, agree on how to present the topic and plan and lead the delivery of the sessions. Sessions last for 20 minutes and the year 6 pupils feedback to their class teachers about the thoughts of their group.
To date, the topics have been: 'Should the school have a house system?' and 'Introduction to Rosh Hashana.' Future sessions will include a discussion around naming the school library and a free choice topic that the year 6's would like to share.