When children reach the Prep School in Year 3, they are invited to lead and represent their peers by being voted onto our Pupil Parliament. Within our Pupil Parliament, there are four councils, each focused on an area of school life that pupils feel particularly passionate about evolving. Our councils focus on:
To be elected to a council, prospective members create and deliver a speech to their class peers, who then vote for the person they feel will represent their voice best.
Council members commit to a year’s service and attend bi-termly meetings, facilitated by a group of staff members. During their year tenure they will engage other members of the school community, from younger children to parents, to help them formulate and deliver their aims. They also work alongside the St Piran’s Society who help them to budget for and finance their plans.