School Parliament

Our school parliament play a very important role in our school life- they have been elected by their classmates to represent the pupil's voices in decisions about our school! There is one member of school parliament for each year group from Reception to Year 6. School parliament meet once every half term with Mrs Saunders to discuss ideas and feedback pupil's views. 

School parliament help us to know what is important to the children at ISP. Thanks to their efforts, we are helping to share our christian values by becoming more involved in the local community and raising lots of money, for our school, the local church and several charities. 

Check back soon for more information about what school parliament have been involved in recently... 

This picture of school parliament was taken at Furness Homeless Support Group, where the children accompanied Mrs Saunders and Miss Jackson to donate the food collected at our Harvest church service. The children did a fantastic job of representing our school! 

Ethos & Values

Working together to discover, achieve, grow and develop with Christian values at the heart of our strong family community.