School Parliament

The School Parliament is made up of the House of Commons and the House of Lords.  The Commons is made up of elected representatives from each Class.  The Lords are appointed for their specific skills or interests from time to time.  The School Parliament meets regularly and plays a positive role in school life.

The elections for new School MPs take place each September.  If you would like to be an MP, now is an ideal time to think about why you think you would do a good job, so that you have lots of ideas to put forward during the election campaign.

Who will be our MPs for 2019/20?
Beech Class ?
Elm Class ?
Lime Class ?
Oak Class ?

Thank you to our MPs for all the hard work they do for us!

CONGRATULATIONS to our Headboy and Headgirl.

After excellent presentations from the candidates from Year 6 (the hustings), all of the pupils voted for their preferred candidates for headboy and headgirl.  Miss Roberts (the returning officer) made sure the votes were properly counted and announced the winners.  Congratulations to Rhys and Alysha who were elected.

However, very well done to all of the candidates who clearly worked extremely hard on their presentations and made some excellent speeches.  We appear to have quiet a few politicians and public speakers in the making!