Parklands Community Primary School
Pupil Forums at Parklands
At Parklands, pupils are provided with many opportunities to make a positive contribution to their school community.
Children of all ages are encouraged to take on roles and responsibilities in school.
For many of the positions of responsibility, children are required to apply in writing. Some jobs, such as House Captains, are allocated following a voting process.
Parklands pupils make a difference in a variety of roles such as:
- House Captains
- Members of the Eco-Committee
- Junior Safety Officers
- Learning Observers
- Ministers of the Parklands Parliament
- Sports Ambassadors
- Peer Mediators
- Junior Librarians
- Reading Mentors
- Assembly Monitors
- Monitors within classrooms
Democracy – Tolerance – Kindness – Respect
Deputy Prime Minister:
Chancellor of the Exchequer:
Ministers for Sport:
Minister for the Environment:
Minister for Safety:
Ministers for Learning:
Ministers for Happiness & Wellbeing:
Ministers for Charities:
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Our current projects are:
- Considering ways in which we could make the courtyard area better
- Developing ways to make sure that we get suggestions and ideas from everyone in our school family
- Looking at what equipment we have in classrooms for wet play/lunch times
- Working with Mrs McNeil to make sure our school attains the Silver level of the Rights Respecting Schools Award