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Meet our democratically elected school councilors for 2018-19


After being successfully elected by their class mates our new school councillors for this year are: 


Year 2: Madison and Zack

Year 3: Daria and Aaron

Year 4: James and Joanna
Year 5: Rhianna Rose and Michelle

Year 6: Ionela and Kacper

School Council for 2018-2019


The elections for School Council have been held and the successful candidates have been introduced to the rest of the school at a recent assembly.  We wish them every success in their work this year.


We discussed what it meant to be on the school council, we decided we must be:

loyal, trustworthy, attentive, smiling, a good listener and above all a good role model for the pupils in our school.


The first meeting of the school council has been held and they have decided that we have three main aims for this term;

1) Re-establish the Golden Table for certificate winners at Friday lunch.

2)Support children with Homework

3) Discuss with caterers even healthier lunch choices.



If you have any issues that you would like bringing to the attention of the School Council, speak to one of your class representatives.


The School Council

Previous School Council News

Liverpool Schools Parliament 2016-2017


Our Year 5 and 6 councillors are now members of the Liverpool Schools' Parliament. Liverpool Schools' Parliament (LSP) is an organisation comprised of the young people of Liverpool who wish make positive and constructive changes to their city, and is recognised as an official committee of the Liverpool City Council. The Liverpool School's Parliament is a platform for the voice of children and young people in Merseyside and being part of this is a fantastic experience for our councillors. 


We attended our first meeting in the Town Hall on 29th September 2016. The children worked in groups to suggest the changes that they would like to see in our city. Our councillors got up in front of a large room of people and confidently presented their ideas and suggestions. We were also lucky to have a tour of the Town Hall.

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Junior Lord Mayor Elections


As part of the Liverpool Schools' Parliament the children were offered the chance to put themselves forward for the Junior Lord Mayor elections. Three of our councillors were keen to take part and so they each prepared a speech explaining how they would be a positive ambassador for the children of Liverpool. The children presented their speeches to the whole Junior school in assembly and they all did an amazing job! The children voted to decide who would represent our school and the vote was very close with Jacinta being selected as our candidate. Jacinta then presented a fantastic speech in the Council Chambers. We are very proud of all of our councillors who prepared wonderful speeches and delivered them with confidence.



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Model UK Parliament - 7th December


We attended the first model UK parliament at Liverpool Hope University. We learnt a lot about how parliament works in the UK and how the government votes on different issues. We worked with children from other schools to create our own political parties and decided whether we were for or against on a range of different topics (such as banning uniform in schools or giving free school meals to all children). We prepared our arguments for debate and then acted as the government, sharing our arguments and then voting on each of the issues.