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Sir John Heron Primary School

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School Parliament

Do you want to help make a difference at school?

The School Parliament plays a vital role at Sir John Heron.

Our School Parliament 2021-2022

Year 6- Harry, Tehana, Zidane and Sebi; Year 5 - Ayna, Hudhayfah, Ania and Ibrahim

Year 4 - Hasan, Shayaan, Aarththy and Maria; Year 3 -  Aisha N, Afrin, Hamzah and Liyana H

Year 2 -  Aminah, Yasin, Za'nyah and Saadiq

Every year, there are two children elected from every class as school parliament representatives (MPs) whose job is to make sure that every voice is heard. The MPs take responsibility and ask each and every individual child if they would like to make any effective changes to our school. The suggestions and feedback are shared with the Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary of the School Parliament during monthly meetings.


These suggestions are then brought to the attention of the adult in charge, who, in consultation with the Headteacher, will aim to make the necessary changes to make school a better place to learn.


Our School Parliament 2019-2020


Jesse Owens - Khadijah and Abdulrahman 

Tanni Grey - Alimami and Azan

Darwin - Jay and Meenal

Nightingale - Fatima and Daiana

Dali - Sebi and Mahdiat

Monet - Harry and Tehana

Bach - Rayann and Ayna

Mozart - Ania and Hana

Purple - Dhanyal and Aarththy

Yellow - Nadia and Yusef 


The School Parliament has many responsibilities as part of their democratic role and in 2019-2020, they were particularly focused on how the school can become more environmentally friendly!