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The School Parliament

 

 

School Parliament at Hadleigh Junior School

 

At Hadleigh we have are proud to have pupil representatives that take part in Class and School Parliament meetings. This parliament is in place so that pupils have a voice and are involved in decisions about the school that affect them. Through class discussions all pupils have the opportunity to raise issues, share ideas and take part in discussions that involve all of their classmates in reaching a democratic solution. Wider issues that arise within class discussions are then discussed further at School Council, this ensures that as many pupil voices as possible are heard. Pupils at Hadleigh know that this is their school and their thoughts and ideas matter.
 

Please meet our new School Parliament Members for 2018

 

Teacher lead: Miss Clarke

Class 1

Savannah

C

Class 2

Ella

O

Class 3

Olivia

H

Class 4

Jake

S

Class 5

Matthew

K

Class 6

Svet

H

Class 7

Mia

A

Class 10

Ewan

D

Class 12

Louie

S

Class 13

Sophie

J

Class 14

Anna

 Jack

Eleanor (CMAT Ambassador)

Class 15

 Leo

Jessie

Annabelle (CMAT Ambassador)

HJS School Parliament Roles

 

Teacher lead: Miss Clarke

Chair of School Parliament

Miss Clarke

Sophie

Vice-Chair of School Parliament

Miss Clarke

Jessie

Secretaries

Miss Clarke

Anna

Shadow Head Teacher

Mr Moore

Jack

Shadow Deputy Head Teacher

Mrs Hebden

Leo

Shadow English

Mr Brierley and Miss Mascall

Svet

Ella

Shadow Maths

Mrs Thompson and Miss Clarke

Archie

Callum

Shadow Science

Miss Selley

Ewan

Oliver

Shadow Art and DT

Mrs Tosh

Jake

Matthew

Shadow PE

Mrs Hughes

Josh

Shadow RE

Miss Martin

Savannah

Shadow PSHE

Miss Mascall

Holly

Shadow MFL

Mrs Hebden

Kami

Harry

Shadow Music

Mrs Hutton

Mia

Olivia

Shadow Computing

Ms Wyatt

Darcey

Sophie

Shadow Humanities

Mr Smart

Louie

Shadow Healthy Schools

Miss Cracknell

Sam

Shadow CMAT

Eleanor

Annabelle

 

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Pupil Questionares

After a very successful Bedtime Story week and PJ Day on the last week and day of term, we have organised and placed all of the donated books into our school library. The Schools Parliament counted the books and we collected over 500 for our school! I would like to, once more, say a huge thank you to every parent and child who supported this week in school and donated a book to the library. It has been great to not only see, our new library develop but also to see the excitement of the children!

 

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