Our Latest Hazelbury Parliament Updates
Autumn Two Update from our Opal MPs
Hello, we are Farhat and Igor and we were voted to be the MPs of Opal family. During our latest meetings the pupils have discussed respect and what it means to them. We decided that we would have a respect week that includes a ‘Respect Party’. Children from families would come together and learn through games how to show respect. We are also going to create different posters detailing how you can show respect in different areas within the school.
We also discussed what additional activities children would like in the playgrounds. Based on the feedback we are going to have more reading corners so that students can read outside in the fresh air whilst cuddled up on the beanbags. For our more imaginative students we are going to provide an arts and craft box for each playground. To make our playground more environmentally friendly we are going to have litter monitors who encourage the children to care for their environment.
Autumn One Update
Hello, we are Havin and Anisa and we have recently been voted by Sapphire family to be their representatives in school as their family MPs. After a meeting with all of the councillors in our family, we took their views to Laura during a special MP meeting. We gained feedback from the children at Hazelbury about their home learning. They fed back that they feel that they enjoy their learning at home. Many enjoyed being able to share this with others outside of school and enjoyed being creative with the home learning tasks set.
We also discussed how important attendance at school was and have decided that as MPs, we are going to promote this in our family assemblies to encourage children to understand how important it is to be in school to learn.
All pupils discussed how we show respect and how we can promote this in school. We decided, based on the feedback, that we would have a ‘Respect Yourself’ week, where we would encourage respect through the ways in which we treat others and how we treat the learning environment around us. We have also decided to have respect trees for each year group. Each class will have a ‘respect yourself’ box where they can write a name and how that person has shown respect. This will be displayed on our respect yourself tree for everyone to be proud of!