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Our Incredible Afternoon with Royalty - Monday 13th March 2023


On Monday, the Year 6 Pupil Parliament went on a trip to Westminster Abbey for Commonwealth Day. This was a very prestigious event as His Majesty, The King was there.

Once we got to the Abbey, we found our seats and luckily they were quite close to the front.

Around 30 minutes into the event, the King and Queen Consort walked down the aisle with Princess Anne and The Prince and Princess of Wales. We stood up to sing God Save the King and then the event started.

Lots of speeches were made by members of the commonwealth and we even got to meet some athletes who competed in the commonwealth games!


There were lots of fun exhibitions and dances shown. We had lots of fun there and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We are so grateful for this amazing opportunity.


By Mila C (Year 6)


What is a Pupil Parliament?


Our Pupil Parliament is a group of students elected by their fellow pupils to represent their opinions and raise issues and suggestions with the headteacher and governors in the school. Our Pupil Parliament will also progress projects on behalf of the pupils, and be involved in activities such as: the School Development Plan, governing body meetings and interviewing potential new staff.


To be effective, our Pupil Parliament must:


  • Represent all pupils across each key stage
  • Take time to listen to all pupils and communicate their views
  • Feed back to pupils on any developments
  • Make things happen – or explain why they can’t!

Our Pupil Parliament


Who are we?


We are delighted to introduce ourselves as your new Pupil Parliament members for the 2022/2023 academic year:


Year 6 Members - Daniel, Lexi, Ryan, Tegan, George B, Tiana, Mila

Ruby - Evie

Sapphire - Georgia

Opal - Amelia

Onyx - Leonardo

Jade - Jessica

Garnet - William

Emerald - Jason

Diamond - Amaia


How are we elected?


Our Pupil Parliament is made up of pupils from Year 1 to 6. Children from each class are democratically chosen by their classmates at the start of each school year to represent the views of their peers at meetings. It is a great compliment to those pupils that are chosen, as it shows that their fellow students have placed their trust in them.


Our Upper Key Stage 2 children have to apply directly to Mrs Davies, through an anonymous application form, before being selected for the next stage. This year, they took part in an observed group discussion about their vision to change the school.


During the year, our Pupil Parliament will take part in a variety of activities which will help to make our school a better place for everyone, particularly focusing on well-being.

The Power of Pupil Parliament