Lawley Primary School Parliament
The School Parliament has an extremely important role and pupil voices are highly valued at Lawley.
Every year a new School Parliament is elected by their peers. It is made up of one student from each of the classes from Year 1 to Year 6. Every class holds an election to decide who will represent them for the school year.
What does a school parliament member do?
A school parliament member attends meetings and takes part in discussions. They then go and feedback to their class about what has been discussed. They also help make important decisions about the school.
Why do we need a school parliament?
Children are the most important part of our school so their voice is extremely important to us. They have some of the best ideas and can make our school better.