The School Parliament plays a vital role at Sir John Heron - do you want to help make a difference in school?
There are two children elected from every class as school parliament representatives whose job is to make sure that every voice is heard. The councillors 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.
Visit from the Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP - 6th September 2019
In assembly on Friday 6th September, we had a visit from a very special guest, Stephen Timms, MP for our area came to talk to children about the important British Value of democracy.
This was part of the launch of the School Parliament. Children are currently making campaign videos to show their class to try and persuade their peers to vote for them in the School Parliament election, which will be happening soon!