At Larkhill Primary School, we feel it is very important for children to have an awareness of their rights and their responsibilities as members of both the school and the wider community. We call our school council ' Pupil Parliament'. By doing this we encourage the children to be a representative for an area of school eg Sport or the Environment, just like an MP. In order to give pupils a voice within the school, children from each class are elected twice a year, by their peers, to become representatives.
Members are expected to demonstrate the highest standard of behaviour and attitude in and out of school, in order to act as role models to other children. They also get the chance to meet with adults within the school to voice their opinions and ideas to keep the school moving forward, and to think of ways to raise funds for the school.