School Parliament

St Hilda’s School Parliament comprises two elected reps per year from each of the five school Houses. Each house group has a rep from each form and these meet regularly 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.

Last year, Mrs Storey had us join the Liverpool Schools’ Parliament where we join with other schools to discuss city-wide issues affecting us all. We also participated in the EuroDebate and are looking forward to participating in that again this year.

School Parliament is designed to give pupils a voice in their school . We have liaised with the canteen staff and have World Food Days which allows us to enjoy foods from other countries. As members of Parliament, We were given the chance to attend the stone laying ceremony for our new school and met the Bishop of Warrington and Liverpool Mayor.

What has the school parliament achieved this year?

Meetings with Mr Potts (Catering Manager) about meals
Fancy Dress Day in aid of Children in Need for pupils and all staff
Drama Club is planned by Mr Washington and Y7
Y9 are planning suitable music for playing in school during leisure time
Reward Trip to Blackpool took place in July
Becoming members of the Liverpool Schools Parliament
Working on selecting the uniform for our new school