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School Council

At Cromwell, we have an active School Council whose views are sought on all matters regarding children’s learning and school improvement. There are two School Council members in each class, a total of twelve councillors altogether. We meet regularly with Miss Prosser to discuss issues and make plans for future events.

In November, the whole School takes part in ‘Parliament Week’ to raise awareness of the importance of Parliament and why we have a democratic system in Britain. We discuss the Houses of Parliament and why democracy is important. We also write our own manifestos about why we should become the next School Council members and are able to visit our very own Polling Station in our hall to vote for our new School Council members!

The new members are announced and presented with their School Council Badges (which we wear with pride!) and our very own School Council folders, where we are able to keep our notes from our meetings.

In previous years, we have visited the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. This includes a tour of the Houses of Parliament where we visit the House of Commons and the House of Lords and take part in a workshop to help us develop our skills of being successful School Councillors.

Throughout the year, we organise lots of great fundraising opportunities for the school to ensure we help those less fortunate than ourselves, whenever we can.