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Pupil Parliament

What are the aims of our Pupil Parliament?

 

*Represent all pupils and include as many people as possible.

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

*Feedback to pupils about what happened about their views.

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

 

Who can be a member of a Pupil Parliament committee in our school? 

 

Any pupil from Year 1 to Year 6 can apply for a position in Pupil Parliament. Each candidate can give a short speech or presentation to their peers explaining why they want the responsibility of a role and then a class election is held.

 

Meet this year’s selected committee!

 

What projects are being worked on?

 

We have agreed that Pupil Parliament would like to focus on improving our school’s sustainability goals. To put this into action we have applied for the 'Eco-Schools Green Flag Award'!

Applying for an Eco-Schools Green Flag is the perfect way to acknowledge, reward and celebrate the ecological achievements of our school.

There are a total of seven compulsory steps that we must work on in order to achieve the award, so we will need the support of the whole school and our families to help us along the way! We are currently on step 3 and will continue to update you on our journey.

If we do have any families who work or volunteer in this field and would like to come and share some advice and tips for us to achieve our target of becoming a more’ green school’ please get in touch with Miss Mc Connell to arrange this.

To start the ball rolling Pupil Parliament would like to share sharing some top 10 energy saving tips for our children, staff and families to try at home.

10 Energy Saving Tips
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