Welcome to Willow Tree Primary School Parliament.
Each year, pupils are elected by their classmates to represent the views and ideas of all pupils.
The School Parliament meets once every half term, to discuss issues or ideas and ways in which they can improve or help with fundraising or events.
MPs will be responsible for carrying out the ideas that have been agreed, such as, what to spend fundraising money on or planning new playground activities, improving the rewards across school and numerous other events.
Being a School MP is a very important job!
What is School Parliament for?
The school parliament will focus on
Working and Learning together
Learning about democracy
Learning how to play a positive role model in our community
Improving school for everyone
The School Parliaments job is to involve everyone in decision making by finding things they would like to change, finding ways to make things better and putting their ideas into action. To do this they must ask for permission, raise funds and have the time and support from our school family.
Congratulations to the following children who were elected by their peers.
Year 1 Evie Chadwick and Oliver Bates
Year 2 Francesca Jones and Casey Owen
Year 3 Jade Honey and George Baker
Year 4 Joshua Cunningham and Annabel Pye
Year 5 Ryan Stanley and Bonnie Kinsey
Year 6 Miguel Pereira Goncalves, Lydia Virasamy, Mason Denham and Kaede McSpirit
Sports MPs Jaden Armstrong and Lilly Unsworth