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Pupil Parliament


Pupil Parliament is a group that involves representatives from the other school councils.

Pupil Parliament

21st November, 2019

Pupil Parliament Meeting: 21.11.19

1. The Pupil Parliament met today to discuss the Pupil Parliament Week

2. The Pupil Parliament read the suggestions in the Box: Stop using plastic; No more plastic; Stop plastic/ single use; Remember the people in the war; Donate more; Helping and being kind; Put food in food banks; Tackle homelessness; Not so silly. 3. The Pupil Parliament will lead the Collective Worship on Monday to explain the outcome of Pupil Parliament Week. 4. Next meeting: Football – feedback from the Football Free Friday’s scheme.

Pupil Parliament Week

7th November, 2019

Pupil Parliament Meeting: 07.11.19

1. The Pupil Parliament met today to discuss the Pupil Parliament Week

2. The Pupil Parliament wrote to the UK Parliament about key issues that were important to them.

3. The Pupil Parliament will lead the Collective Worship on Monday to explain about Pupil Parliament Week.

4. Next meeting: Football – feedback from the Pupil Parliament Week survey, Football Free Friday’s scheme and a possible invitation to the MP

How safe do we feel?

15th October, 2019

Mrs Parr talked to children from Y1 to Y6 about how they kept safe and how they felt in school and at home. Please 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.

Pupil Parliament

22nd July, 2019

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.

Pupil Parliament News

27th March, 2019

Pupil Parliament

Meeting: 27.03.19

  1. The Pupil Parliament met today to discuss the Pupil Parliament awards and certificates.
  2. The Worship Council representative explained to the Pupil Parliament that they would continue to use the new prayer signs for a trial period.
  3. The JRSO’s talked about making road safety sheets for younger children
  4. The Learning Council have written a sheet for teachers and pupils with division calculations plus making a ‘Don’t watch the clock’ poster. They also discussed Football issues.
  5. The IT Ambassadors felt that people were being very safe with the M challenge and will check that everybody knows how to keep safe. Mrs Parr will raise this with staff at the briefing.
  6. In the School Council, the children have suggested that the Friendship Stop is changed from its’ current position (too close to the Badger football pitch) to the circular bench – awaiting delivery. Football has been an issue at playtimes with both pitches being used. The Pupil Parliament has agreed to start a Football Free Fridays scheme to encourage children to play different games. Mrs Parr explained that the school had purchased replacement outside equipment for the gum trail and new playground markings to create a Keep Fit circuit.
  7. Our JRSO’s competition to design a checklist to keep safe on the roads – different for different years.
  8. Next meeting: Football – feedback from the Football Free Friday’s scheme.

Pupil Parliament Meeting

31st January, 2019

Meeting: 31.02.19

  1. The Pupil Parliament met today to discuss the Pupil Parliament awards and certificates.
  2. They decided to present five awards for a range of subjects, such as showing perseverance and change in attitude, always looking happy in school and to our PE Coach for making his lessons such fun. The certificates will be awarded on Monday at the Celebration Assembly by the Pupil Parliament chair.
  3. The Worship Council representative asked the Pupil Parliament what they thought of the new look prayer hands. Members agreed that they liked the new style as they were more active and fun. One person expressed concerns about older children getting too forceful with the shake. Mrs Parr to monitor.
  4. The Learning Council explained that they are creating posters to encourage perseverance around the school.
  5. In the School Council, the children have suggested that the Friendship Stop is changed from its’ current position (too close to the Badger football pitch) to the circular bench.
  6. Our JRSO’s are currently making a checklist to keep safe on the roads – different for different years.
  7. Next meeting: Football (postponed due to lack of time this session).

Pupil Parliament Meeting

16th November, 2018

UKParliamentWeek_LogoPupil Parliament Week

Meeting: 16.11.18

 

  1. The new Pupil Parliament met today to discuss the suggestions from the Pupil Parliament box.
  2. They decided to hold a debate on the theme of Keeping People Safe. The Parliament would like to know how we keep safe in school.
  • Label fences to prevent children from climbing over them. Signs are already in place, but the Pupil Parliament will check them.
  • Football games should be separated by class to prevent fights. There is a timetable. Some members felt that it was good to keep Owls and Badgers apart, others that by playing together there would be harmony. Which pitch would be best? If both pitches were used for football, then where will the rest of the school play? Moving goal posts to either pitch rather than the tyres? Mrs Parr explained about the planned painting to create a football stadium backdrop.
  • Check gaps in the field fence to prevent children climbing through onto the field. Or staff car park? Mrs Parr will look at these gaps and report back to the Pupil Parliament.
  1. The Pupil Parliament will provide certificates to thank the children who had made the suggestions.
  2. Next meeting: Football.

Meeting: 02.11.18

  1. The new Pupil Parliament met for the first time today. The members felt: ‘Excited’, ‘Nervous’, Pleased’ and ‘Glad’ to have been chosen to represent their council.
  2. The Pupil Parliament discussed the upcoming Parliament Week (commences Monday 12 November). They decided to hold a debate on the theme of Keeping People Safe. The Parliament would like to know how do we keep safe? A debate is a way to express their opinion. This will be introduced to the school on Monday.
  3. Next meeting: Results from the Suggestion Box to be debated.

Meeting: 13.06.18

  1. The Learning Council are going to create a Perfect Presenter and Most Improved Award for each class. The Most Improved will be presented each half term. The Learning Council are going to produce the certificates for the class teachers. The aspiration is that the certificate will motivate them all to work as hard as they can.
  2. The Pupil Parliament discussed the issue of running in the corridors and keeping everybody safe. The Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSO) have agreed to discuss creating road signs and instructions, such as Keep Left. Stop. Slow .
  3. Next meeting: Impact of the Playground Monitors.

Term Dates

  • 2019 - 2020
  • PD Days: 02 & 03 September
  • Autumn Term 1: 04 Sept - 17 Oct
  • PD Day: 18 Oct
  • Autumn Term 2: 28 Oct - 19 Dec
  • Spring Term 1: 06 Jan 2020 - 14 Feb
  • Spring Term 2: 24 Feb - 03 April
  • Summer Term 1: 20 April - 22 May
  • Summer Term 2: 01 June - 17 July
  • PD Day: 20 & 21 July

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