School Parliament

St Hilda’s School Parliament comprises 2 representatives from each tutor group. Each house group meet with year 11 leaders on a regular basis to discuss year issues before the house take those issues to the full School Parliament. Mr Martin organises the parliament and meets with them to identify key issues which will then be taken to Mrs Code for further discussion.

Determining charities for school to support is one of the tasks which Parliament undertakes. This year the students decided on the following charities;

Aspinall – Zoe’s Place https://www.zoes-place.org.uk/

Brodie – Elpitha Hope UK https://en-gb.facebook.com/elpithahopeuk/

Roscoe – World Vision https://www.worldvision.org.uk/

Walker – Anthony Walker Foundation https://anthonywalkerfoundation.com/

Wilkinson – South Liverpool Foodbank https://southliverpool.foodbank.org.uk/

 

Year 11 students are given the opportunity to sit on the Liverpool Schools Parliament.

Two of our year students are representing the City of Liverpool as Young Lord Mayors (YLM). These prestigious roles are much coveted and help to develop the young people involved!

 

What has the school parliament achieved this year?

Meetings with the Catering Manager about meals.
Fancy Dress Day in aid of Children in Need for pupils and all staff.
Reward Trip to Blackpool took place in September.
Helped to organise the canteen to make it work in a more efficient way.