Mrs Parr talked to children from Y1 to Y6 about how they kept safe and how they felt in school and at home. Pleae read their responses.
Pupil Parliament Meeting: 02.10.19
1. The Pupil Parliament met today to discuss the Pupil Parliament awards and certificates.
2. The Pupil Parliament were welcomed by Mrs Parr.
3. The clerk will write to the MP, Mr Hancock, to invite him to talk to the Pupil Parliament.
4. Football: Suggestions to resolve the issues included – a timetable; two days a week; bibs; staff to select the teams; no bib, no football; keep a team for the week. All agreed that we needed to reconcile the Badger and Owl classes.
5. Next meeting: Football – feedback from the Football Free Friday’s scheme.
The Pupil Parliament met for the last time today and reflected on the successful year. The children all realised that they had achieved a great deal for the school and were proud of their accomplishments. They also recognised that, despite their intial fears, they had all grown in confidence as leaders and had enjoyed the responsibility.
1. The Speaker discussed his concerns about the computers not being charged correctly. This will be taken to the IT Ambassadors – with a possible competition to design a poster.
2. The Learning Council are going to create a Perfect Presenter and Most Improved Award for each class.
3. The Parliament discussed the SOS Competition. The posters are now laminated. Two members volunteered to stick the posters up around the school.
4. The Worship Council discussed the feedback from the How to Improve Lunchtimes conversation. They really liked the idea of Playground Monitors. Mrs Parr to investigate buying bibs or bands.
5. The Pupil Parliament would like a suggestion box – one person volunteered to make one.
6. Running in school – can be dangerous. Perhaps a Keep Left policy would help?
7. Next meeting: Running in the corridors – the next stage.