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Archbishop Cranmer CofE Primary Academy Striving for life in all its fullness. John 10: 10

Your Pupil Parliament

Meet our Pupil Parliament

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Our Pupil Parliament was formed to give our students a forum to speak and to ensure their voice is heard. The parliament  is a democratically elected group of pupils who represent their peers and enable students to become partners in their own education, making a positive contribution to the school environment and ethos.

 

Prime Minister

Lottie

 

Deputy Minister

Nathan

 

Ministers of our Environment 

Edwin and Evie C

 

Ministers of our Christian Distinctiveness

Ellie and Liv

 

Ministers of our School Curriculum

Annie, and Joshua L

 

Ministers of our Wider School Curriculum

Ava and Leila

 

Ministers of Courageous Advocacy

Evie W and Hannah

 

Minister of Anti-Bullying

Maisie

 

Treasurer

Lena

 

What are the aims of the Pupil Parliament?

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

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

– Feed back to pupils about what happened about their views.

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

 

What do we do?

Parliament members chair regular meetings with their class to discuss topics, issues and initiatives that affect them and their learning environment as well as charity events. Miss Robinson regularly meets with Pupil Parliament to discuss issues raised by the class and other important areas. The committee members have different roles and responsibilities with our two Chair Persons setting the agenda and leading the meetings. Our Secretary minutes all our meetings (read our minutes on the link below) and our Treasurer is responsible for the money that we raise and spend.

Impact 

The impact of the Pupil Parliament is noticeable in two main areas: firstly teachers can be sure that all pupils have an opportunity to suggest changes to school life, secondly the impact of being a Member of Parliament leaves pupils with a real understanding of corporate responsibility and civic pride which continues to impact on their behaviour both in and out of school. It is an important and useful way for our school to provide leadership and development opportunities for their pupils.

Most receently, our Pupil Parliament impact has been...

- Taking responsibility to welcome visitors to our classes to explain the learning taking place.

- Helping to promote Core Values across the school. 

- Holding our annual Pupil Parliament picnic. 

- Making the decision for our new playground equipment. 

- Taking a leadership role for charity events such as Anti-bullying Day, Save The Children Christmas Jumper day, Red Nose Day LOLathon

- Collecting donations for charity days

- Introduce TerraCycle recyling - begin recycling crisp packets, batteries and Colgate products 

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