In Year 3, as children enter the Prep School, they are given the opportunity to lead and represent their classmates through participation in the Pupil Parliament. The Parliament comprises four councils, each dedicated to enhancing a specific aspect of school life that students are enthusiastic about. These councils include:
In order to be elected to a council, pupils must first deliver a speech to their classmates, who will then vote for the person they believe will best represent their interests. The council members serve for one year and attend meetings twice a term, led by a team of staff members. They spend their tenure engaging with various members of the school community, including parents and younger children, to develop and execute their goals. They also collaborate with the St Piran’s Society to manage their budget and financing.