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Pupil Parliament

Hattie and Josh visited the Houses of Parliament today to learn more about our democratic society and see first hand how the laws of the land are created and how politics has such an impact on our everyday lives.

Our Representatives at the Rushcliffe Learning Alliance Pupil Parliament are

Hattie Y6 and Joshua Y5

                       RLAPP meeting October 12th 2018 2-4pm


Welcome by Mr Rhodes

  • Introduction to the RLAPP including - What does it mean to be a representative (rep) for your school on the pupil parliament?


  • Introducing the representatives – each school to share their name and  one or two details about their school


  • Debating warm up activities (this will be similar to previous years where the reps are led through one or two debating style games to get them use to representing their views (and ultimately their school views) on any particular motion.


2.50pm Short comfort break


3pm Petition proposals by the following schools:

Robert Miles Juniors – reduction of single use plastic in schools

Lantern Lane – use of mobile phones

St Peters C of E Junior – replace single use plastic bags with biodegradable alternative

Bunny – 1st Aid is taught as part of the National Curriculum for all KS2 children

Carnarvon – Trees that are cut down are replaced with new ones at the same rate

Gamston Pierrepont – Recycling bins for all schools

Gotham – Parent parking at the school gates becomes safer

Brookside – reducing the use of plastic

WBJS – to be shared on the day

Lady Bay – to be shred on the day

Sutton Bonington – Increase the number of bins in public places

Flintham – National Zero Energy Use Day



3.35pm Vote to determine RLAPP petition for 2018/19


3.40pm Photographs to be taken of representatives for updating the RLAPP website - Infant schools first followed by remaining schools.



Schools are free to go once their photograph has been taken