Chorleywood Primary School has a Pupil Parliament which is made up of a boy and a girl from each class from Reception to Year 6, and each class votes for their representative at the start of the school year. The Pupil Parliament then meets monthly.
Members bring concerns raised by their classes to the meetings for discussion. If necessary, these are then taken to the appropriate member of staff. The Pupil Parliament will continue to identify any improvements they think could be made, and specific duties in the past have included overseeing the burial of our time capsule, choosing the attendance award trip, and continuing to monitor the progress of school catering.
The Pupil Parliament is also responsible for organising fund raising events each year. Last year we supported Children in Need, Red Nose Day, the NSPCC and Watford New Hope Trust. Mrs Roberts listens to all our designs and we plan what we can do to achieve them. - From the Pupil Parliament.