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Meet Our School Parliament


Our school parliament elections took place on 22nd September 2021. There was excitement in both schools as children prepared their speeches. We are very proud of all the children who gave a speech and thank them for their contributions and fantastic ideas. This year we have elected one person from every year group from year 1 – 6.

The school parliament will work hard to be the voice of the pupils in school; listening to and sharing their ideas in school parliament meetings.  We are looking forward to organising lots of exciting fundraising events and thinking about what we can do as a school community.


A member of our school parliament promised certain things in their speech to convince pupils to be elected as a school council member. They promised that cakes would be made to match events in the school calendar; this is the halloween buns that our cook Christine made following a meeting between herself and the school council. It proves that they really can deliver their promise! 


The School Council take great pride in their fundraising efforts.

Red Nose Day - On Friday 15th March, School Council organsied our Red Nose Day celebrations to include wearing non-uniform, a cake sale, dancing and a quiz. Everyone's contributions raised a fantastic £166.55.

Wear Red Day - On Friday 1st February 2019, the School Council were involved in another bake sale and encouraging children and staff to wear red for the day, raising £180 to be donated to the Childrens Heart Surgery Fund at Leeds General Infirmary.

Cancer Research UK - School Council members collected donations from parents/carers who attended our Nativity performances on 6th December 2018 - an amazing £200.40 was raised to be donated to Cancer Research UK.

Children in Need - On 16th November 2018, the School Council were involved in a bake sale and talent show and encouraged all the children and staff to dress up for the day, raising £225.65.