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School Council Visit The Houses Of Parliament

On Wednesday 26th April our School Council representatives from years 3-6, along with Mrs Collier and Miss Schofield, had the opportunity to visit The Houses of Parliament. Whilst there we had a guided tour of Parliament and were lucky enough to meet up with, the former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg who answered our questions on both politics and Sheffield. During our tour we got to explore rooms such as: Westminster Hall, The Queen’s Robing Room, The Royal Gallery, The Lords Chamber and St Stephen’s Hall to name but a few.

The day was a very busy one and as well as the tour we got to see lots of famous places in London, including The London Eye and Trafalgar Square. Please spend a few moments looking  at our pictures from the day, Thank you, School Council.

Fabulous turnout from all staff and children for our 'wear blue for Bluebell Wood' fundraising day. Currently the total raised stands at over £450! Thank you for your fantastic support and contribution. 
Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.


At the beginning of the new year each class in Key Stage 2 elects 2 school council members. Pupils have to put themselves forward for the role and the class votes.


The council will then meet regularly to discuss issues and make changes to improve the school.