Your new design will be uploaded in:
...
Please contact Delivery Team on
0113 3200 750 if you have any queries.
X

Welcome to our School Parliament Page!

School Parliament Elections News

Election News

In September, a new board of democratically elected members of parliament will voted into their upcoming positions. 

Pupils from all year groups are able to apply to members of parliament being either a minister, the speaker, the deputy prime minister or the prime minister. 

Pupils have the opportunity to represent the school in the local community taking part in a number of exciting projects that build on their skills and build their confidence. Pupils also have the opportunity to become part of the wider community across the Waterton Academy Trust.

Come back to meet the new South Kirkby Academy, School Parliament!

Democracy, Law, Individual liberty, Respect, Community involvement

Meet our democratically elected members

(Houses of Commons):

Prime Minister

Deputy Prime Minister

Minister

Year 3

Minister

Year 4

Minister

Year 5

Minister

Year 6

Speaker

 

 

 

 

What we do:

Our recently elected School Parliament meets every two weeks. The aim of the School Parliament is to give the children of South Kirkby Academy School a greater voice in what happens in school. The Parliament Ministers discuss issues with their year groups and bring concerns and suggestions back to the meeting. The Parliament decides what actions need to be taken to improve our school.

These may include school lunches, behaviour or ideas for fundraising events.

Members of the School Parliament are responsible for carrying out the ideas that have been agreed, such as: what to spend fund raising money on; improving reward time across the school or planning new playground activities.

Being a school parliamentarian is a really responsible job and at South Kirkby Academy, School Parliament is a powerful and effective way to ensure children understand democracy, responsibility and what makes a good citizen.

 

The School Parliament Mission Statement:

To make sure that our school is a safe and happy place for children.

To make sure that children have a place to voice their concerns.

To encourage all children in school to suggest improvements.

To make sure any suggestion or concerns are listened to and acted upon.

 

 

Read more about our School Parliament

Name
Manifesto template.docxDownload
School Parliament assembly 19th June 15.pptxDownload
School Parliament Structure.docxDownload
Showing 1-3 of 3

School Council Archive 2014-2015

 

Last year's School Parliament supported our Local Community

On Tuesday 1st December, the School Parliament went to Holmsley Estate to help cut the ribbon to open the new playground.

 

School Parliament joins the Council for a meeting

On Friday 29th January, the School Parliament met with the Council at the Council Chambers to host a meeting on improving events within the community from a child's perspective. We thank the Council for welcoming us and inspiring us. We look forward to future partnerships.

Awards