School Parliament

At St Elizabeth, we have a School Parliament. Here a group of pupils are elected by their peers to represent the views of all pupils and to improve their school. From this parliament, a ‘cabinet’ will be elected to represent the different areas of school life. The School Parliament meets once a week, to discuss and sort out problems. These may include school lunches, behaviour or ideas for fundraising events. Members of the School Parliament will be responsible for carrying out the ideas that have been agreed upon. The School Parliament is about: Working and learning together, learning about democracy, learning how to play a positive role model in our community and improving our school for everyone. ​

Roles and Responsibilities

Minister Role Child and Class

Prime Minister

The Prime Minister is head of the School Parliament and is ultimately responsible for the policy and decisions of the Parliament.

Maysa 

Deputy Prime Minister:

The Deputy Prime Minister is the deputy head of the School Parliament, supporting the Prime Minister on the full range of school policy and initiatives.

Betsie 

Minister of Pupil Voice on Curriculum

•       Teaching and Learning

•       Assessment

Eliana 

Summer

Reuben

Minister of Pupil Voice on Policies

•       Homework

•       Anti-bullying

•       Marking and Feedback

Valerie

Mikki

Joana

 

Minister of School Grounds

•       Playground issues

•       Litter

Tate

Finley

Ramaiah

Minister of Health and Safety

•       Travelling around the school

•       Maintenance of pupil zones

Dima

Lylie

Zenil

Minister of School Website  Update website

Aiden

Ethianna

Olivia

Minister of Events

 School events throughout the year

Zion

Ezra

Jaucari

Minister of Sport

•       Competitions

•       Clubs

•       Healthy Schools

Joseph

Frankie

Elianna

 

Minister of Charity and Community

•       Charity awareness

•       Community Outreach

Daniel

Jordan