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School Parliament

School Parliament 2018 - 2019

 

In September children from each class were asked if they would like to be a representative for the School Parliament. They then each prepared a speech to say why they think they would be a good representative and then each class held a democratic vote to decide on their candidate. 

At their first meeting, the School Parliament members elected a Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, Treasurer and Secretary.  They agreed how to debate issues, make decisions and give feedback to the classes they represent. 

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Plym Academy Trust Pupil Voice

 

On Thursday 8th November, Plympton St. Maurice hosted a meeting of representatives of the School Parliaments and Councils from the five schools.  We sent our four Year 6 representatives to meet with Mr Cload (CEO) to share their views about living in Plympton.  Cllr Patrick Nicholson attended the meeting to listen to our views.

We also discussed creating a list of 50 things that children should do before the age of 11 3/4. Each school submitted a list of suggestions.

Children's Survey 2017

 

We were delighted with the children's responses to our survey of their opinions about Woodford Primary School, which were overwhelmingly positive.  It is good to know that so many of them are proud of our school and would recommend it to other children.

 

Children’s Survey May 2017

Strongly

Agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly

Disagree

I am happy at this school

60%

36%

2%

1%

I feel safe at this school

72%

25%

2%

1%

I am making good progress at this school

68%

30%

2%

0%

This school ensures I am well looked after

71%

26%

2%

1%

I am taught well at this school

79%

20%

0%

1%

There is a good standard of behaviour at this school

53%

40%

6%

1%

This school deals with any cases of bullying well

58%

35%

5%

2%

I am given appropriate homework which supports my learning

69%

27%

3%

1%

This school responds well to any concerns or worries I have

63%

31%

6%

0%

I have opportunities to take part in clubs and extra curricular activities

74%

19%

5%

2%

This school is well led and managed

67%

30%

3%

0%

I am proud of my school and would recommend it to other children

71%

26%

2%

1%

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