School Parliament Meetings
School Parliament meetings
13th December 2019
In the school parliament we have been challenged to improve : school grounds, marine life, litter, healthy living and more. We are going to achieve this by raising money from the Christmas fair and the money we already have; we are going to try to earn money from the Christmas fair by selling things that we -year 6- have made, to name a few : bookmarks, notebooks, games and treats. We have decided to work on a few things such as: fixing the water fountain, getting litter pickers and more. But there is more to improve on. We also want a pond as we need some marine life.
One thing we are proud of is safety as on safety we got 6/6 on the self assessment score of our school. We have a safe area around our school and in my personal opinion I would say that safety is a thing that we have hit 99.99% on that means that we still have room for improvement. But we are still a very safe school, well, no-one is perfect.
Tanni Grey MP Year 6
This week our School Parliament met with one thing on their mind- the environment!
As their focus for the year will be making our school a more environmentally friendly place to be, the School Parliament have set themselves the challenge of gaining Eco-Schools accreditation.
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After a vote, the 3 areas they elected to focus on were: the school grounds, litter and healthy lifestyles. The M.P.s have now met with their classes to get their input on how we might take action to improve in these 3 areas. If you have any ideas, share them with your class M.P.s and they’ll take them to the next School Parliament meeting.