Pupil Parliament 2017-18
Pupil Parliament is a St. Bart's Multi-Academy Trust initiative to bring pupils from every school withhin the Trust together. It began in September 2016 with a visit to London and the Houses of Parliament to establish what a Parliament is and how our Trust Parliament would develop over time.
Each school has two pupil representatives who meet regularly with the representatives from the other schools to discuss ways to keep our schools together but also keep our own identity. We have shared many things that we do the same but also realise that each school is unique! Visiting each Trust school has been a fantastic opportunity for the pupils to recognise what is so special about their own environments. It has also allowed the pupils to bring back many ideas to enhance our environment!
Our two chosen representatives from last year were Oliver Young & Amber Horton. They have done an amazing job of representing our school and have made new friends across Cheshire, Staffordshire and Stoke! Our new representatives, Jensen Horton and Lois Fenton have a lot to live up to!!
Have a look at the pictures below of our visit to Stoke Town Hall. Past and present representatives were invited to take part in a debate chaired by the Lord Mayor. It was a fantastic experience! Lois and Jensen were extremely proud to be presented their St. Bart's badges by the Lord Mayor!