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SCHOOL PARLIAMENT

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017 - 2018

 

 

Democracy is a strong feature at Whitehouse Primary and our School Parliament is playing an increasing part in informing and influencing decision-making within the school.  

 

At the beginning of September, each class elected a peer whose role is to represent their views at the School Parliament.  

 

This year our members are (by alphabetical order):

Nina Abdullah

Leanna Blackwell

Georgia Brown

Miley Burke

Talia Day

Brandon Dunnett

Mylie Gibbs

Archie Gooding

Maddie Hasnip

Billy Hutchison

Lewis McLaughlin

Sophie Mayhew

Ava-Rose Moore

Cameron Ripper

Imogen Reddington

Che Ruiz

Jayden Seidu

Maisie Wright

Classes also chose a Deputy who attends meetings when members are unable to. 

 

The School Council is run by Mrs Shalka.  Members are elected for a year and meet once a week.  So far this year, they have discussed:

 

  • the arrangements for greeting Mrs Reynel from the charity FIND (Families for Individual Need and Dignity) on Monday 2nd October 2017
  • possible lunchtime activities
  • how to enhance the Astro turf area (benches, pot plants)
  • how to get involved in FIND Christmas Appeal

 

(scroll down to  access to the Minutes of the School Council Meetings).

SCHOOL COUNCIL - ACADEMIC YEAR 2016 - 2017

Our School Councillor this year were: Theo, Harvey, Alicia, Ellis, Julia, Oliver, Tia, Freya, Ava, Jaya, Lennon, Harrison and Frankie.  

The School Council is run by Mrs Shalka.  Members are elected for a year and meet every Wednesday.  So far this year, members have worked with their class to feedback their views on:

 

  • fundraising ideas for the Children in Need charity event
  • school rules and behaviours
  • school clubs - including lunch time
  • golden time activities

 

(scroll down to the bottom of the screen to access to the Minutes of the School Council Meetings).

 

This year, our School Council has welcomed the Town Mayor and taken part in Assemblies. 

They have taken part in an Assembly about Democracy. 

During the Democracy Assembly, members of the School Council demonstrated how to vote to their KS2 peers. 

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