Pupil Parliament 2020 -2021
Pupil Parliament 2020 -2021
As part of our Enterprise whole school Curriculum unit Pupil Parliament have been planning, designing and carry out market research in order to set up their own business. From September Pupil Parliament will be running their own business which will take the form of a 'homework shop'. They will be selling items to support children to complete their homework with items such as pens, pencils, crayon sets, note pads etc on sale. Currently they in the process of researching which items will need to be sourced to sell ready for September.
Pupil Parliament have now completed three episodes of 'Pupil Parliament News' which airs every Monday at 6 o'clock on Class Dojo. So far they have covered significant news topics such as Watson's Wacky Races, Mental Health Awareness Week, Victorian School, Eid and our new whole school Children's Rights Initiative 'Recommend a Friend'.
This term we welcome some new members to our Pupil Parliament team. Our new members have been elected by their constituents. As our current Year 6 Pupil Parliament members prepare to go to high school our Year 5 members will be preparing to take over their roles.
This half term our Pupil Parliament Team will be fully immersing themselves in supporting school development. The majority of their work will be around supporting children to improve their Times Tables skills and furthermore carry out some key monitoring work around handwriting and presentation across school.
We welcome Ruby, Alfie and Evie to the team.
This half term Pupil Parliament have decided they would like their work to concentrate on some aspects of school development. They would like to create their own weekly news briefing taking the form of Pupil Parliament TV. This also involves a 'shopping channel' where Pupil Parliament would like to sell gifts for Mother's Day in March to support fundraising for our KAPS team.
November / December 2020
This half term Pupil Parliament are carrying out some very important work to support our whole school Anti Bullying campaign. They will be writing their very own 'one minute' child friendly guide to Anti Bullying. Every child is each class across the whole of school has signed their Anti Bullying Class charter. Pupil Parliament are starting their work off by launching 'Odd Socks Day' to celebrate everyone's uniqueness. You can download our 'Child's Guide to Anti Bullying' on our Policies page.
We have new recruits! This half term we welcome our newly elected Year 5 members to the Pupil Parliament team. This academic year we have had to slightly alter the way we run Pupil Parliament due to Covid restrictions so each bubble now has their own member.
Please meet our new team for 2020/21 below.
We are currently looking to recruit two new Year 5 members of our Pupil Parliament Team. Please watch our new recruitment video below.
Watch this video to find out what you need to do if you would like to apply!