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 are three representatives from each class forming School Parliament this year. School Parliament meet once every fortnight with Miss Wright 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.
This picture shows three members of School Parliament asking local businesses to put up flyers for our Macmillan Coffee Afternoon.
Here are the oldest members of school parliament taking our harvest festival donations to Barrow Foodbank. An astonishing 138Kg of food was donated by our generous community which equates to 314 meals for vulnerable families!
In December, School Parliament organised and donated a Reverse Advent Bundle to the Food Bank. ISP's donations was the equivelant to 54 meals for those in need in our community.
School Parliament have been working closely with Mr Rushton from Dowdales school to support the creation of a nature trail on their grounds. This will be available for use for local primary schools and our children had some fantastic ideas to share.
Before the Easter holidays, School Parliament held and judged the Easter Egg competition. There were some wonderful entries, all based around the theme of films, ans School Parliament found it tricky to choose the winners.
ISP received the amazing news that their hard work has ensured the our school will recieve new school warning signs on the busy road outside ISP. There will also be new signs with flashing lights placed and there is potential for future speed work to be undertaken. What a fantastic outcome for our amazing School Parliament.
One of our wonderful School Parliament representatives wrote to our Local Council Representative, Ben Shirley during our remote learning week in March. He posted the letter and has since recieved a response. School Parliament are making their voices heard this year.
At Ireleth St Peter’s, through values rooted in Christian teaching, our community nurtures and enables positive foundations for life. Our distinct Christian ethos permeates throughout ISP.
Working together in successful partnership, our school family embraces the common goal of inspiring every child to reach their fullest potential, through God’s love.