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Pupil Parliament

The Pupil Parliament at Connaught Junior School forms an essential part of our school. We believe in children having a say in how the school is run and being a part of the decision making. It also gives the children an experience of democracy in how they are voted in by their peers, and how they consult with and seek the opinions of the children in their classes on the current issues affecting the school.

The Connaught Pupil Parliament is made up of 4 councils; Learning, Friendship, Eco and Safety. We believe that these cover the areas that affect our children most directly. There is a council representative for each council from every class, years 3 to 6. At Connaught Junior School we strongly value the development of leadership and responsibility in young children and the children never fail to take their roles very seriously. They represent the children of Connaught Junior School and make sure their voices are heard!

Pupil Parliament Council reps for 2020-21

 

Learning Council

Matterhorn

Daisy

 

Snowdon

Jess

Annabelle

Olympus

Maddison

Lucas 

Eiger

Isabelle W

Isabelle S

Mikeno

Livvie

Amy

Stanley

Luca

Elsa

Kilimanjaro

Nicole Amber

Meru

Prisca

Hannah

Salcantay

Sophie

 

Rainier

Thomas

 

Denali

 

 

Cotopaxi

Amelia

JJ

Everest

Tom

Sophie

Fuji

Gracie

Lucy

Annapurna

Harrison

Iyla

Elbrus

Abigail

Hollie

Friendship Council

Matterhorn

Rebecca

Theo

Snowdon

Cammy

Elliott

Olympus

Jack

Georgia-Lynn

Eiger

Alex

Pippa

Mikeno

Victoria

Zara

Stanley

Bethany

Scarlett-Ann

Kilimanjaro

Gabriela

Olivia

Meru

Angelie

Mitch

Salcantay

Sydney

Sienna

Rainier

Christian

Isobel

Denali

Maisie

 

Cotopaxi

Hannah

Georgia

Everest

Sienna

Lucy

Fuji

Catrin

Jessica

Annapurna

Dixie

Abigail

Elbrus

Leo

Olivia

Eco Council

Matterhorn

Lyla

 

Snowdon

Lucie

Arthur

Olympus

Tyler

 

Eiger

Jessica

Samuel

Mikeno

Reuben

Imogen

Stanley

Lea

Oliwia

Kilimanjaro

Evaly

Izabella

Meru

Francesca

James

Salcantay

Philippa

Lucas

Rainier

Sadie

Chloe

Denali

Chloe

Anya

Cotopaxi

Isobel

Ciaran

Everest

Vule

Joseph

Fuji

Charlie

Tea

Annapurna

Ben

Jessica

Elbrus

Daniel

Mariska

Safety Council

Matterhorn

Emma

 

Snowdon

Jessica

Matilda

Olympus

Faye

Lucia

Eiger

Jessica

Jesse

Mikeno

Emily

Hannah

Stanley

Ben

Annie

Kilimanjaro

Sophie

Aoife

Meru

Henry

Jamie

Salcantay

Oliver

Megan

Rainier

Isabella

 

Denali

Mia

 

Cotopaxi

Ava

Alex

Everest

Mia

Evia

Fuji

Harry

Ja

Annapurna

William

Harrison

Elbrus

Aidan

Poppy

Sports Council

Matterhorn

Henry

 

Snowdon

Finn

Archie

Olympus

Jacob

Finn

Eiger

Charlie

Lucas

Mikeno

Mia

Lily

Stanley

Florence

Charlie

Kilimanjaro

Isla

James

Meru

Thomas

Colin

Salcantay

Adam

Benji

Rainier

Owen

Arran

Denali

Tilly

Harry

Cotopaxi

Amber

Oliver

Everest

Wilf

Thomas

Fuji

Nathan

Zac

Annapurna

Pippa

Thomas

Elbrus

Joshua

Annabelle

 

 

Friendship Council

The Friendship Council continues to focus on making playtimes more harmonious and productive. With each class currently in their own bubble, the key issue is to make sure that everyone feels included in groups during unstructured time.

Learning Council

The Learning Council are committed to make the learning environments as meaningful as possible. They will conduct learning tours to check classrooms and monitor the consistency of classroom displays. They will interview children to ask what their classroom resources are like.

Eco Council

The Eco Council is working on encouraging children to bring in less snacks wrapped in single use plastic. They would also like to invest some of their budget on growing their own snacks, such as: tomatoes, strawberries and peppers.

Safety Council

The Safety Council are making sure that everyone is washing their hands and keeping socially distanced, especially at playtimes. Money from the budget will be spent on making sure that there are enough resources for the children to play with.

Sports Council

The Sports Council will ensure that there is enough physical activity going on in the classrooms during lesson time to create up to 40 minutes extra activity a day. They will also oversee and approve the new daily mile track that will be laid after Easter.