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School Parliament

At Robert Ogden, we want your child to tell us their opinions and views on school life

Maybe they would like to suggest a piece of equipment they want for the playground or let us know how important community visits and travel training are to them.

This is why we have a school parliament. All of the pupils, in their class groups, vote for a class representative. They also vote for a chair person and a secretary who will attend the monthly meetings. The class representatives then feed back subjects for discussion to the parliament members.

The Parliament meets twice a term subject to holidays. The dates are published in the events section.

The Parliament is also an opportunity for pupils to practise values taught to them as part of the British Values in the currriculum.