Northleigh CE Pupil Parliament is the student voice of the school. Each class has a representative on the Pupil Parliament group with the children being voted by their peers in each class.
Our Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister are voted for by the whole school following a democratic process with each candidate preparing and presenting their manifesto to the whole school.
Our Pupil Parliament have met with local councillors and our MP - Harriett Baldwin - consulting with them on issues such as climate change.
Class representatives regularly meet with their class, bringing their class views and ideas to raise for discussion at the Pupil Parliament meetings which meet regularly. At the meetings, the representatives focus on finding solutions aimed at improving the quality of school life including issues which impact the broader school community.
They work to decide how to improve the grounds and facilities of the school from a student perspective. They also generate fundraising ideas and organise them to help raise money for local and national charities, such as local care homes, Children in Need and Darajani School in Tanzania with whom we have a global link.
Moving into future years the Pupil Parliament aim to develop their impact on the local community with a specific focus on improving the environment through Eco focussed initiatives.