St Luke’s has a Pupil Parliament, it is a popular way for the children to voice their opinions and is considered a really positive aspect of the school.

The Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Chancellor are Year 6 pupils who have stood for election. The positions are voted for by the whole school.

The parliament is made up of 6 departments, Charities, Community, Education, Environment, Health & Sport. Two members of each class are elected by their classmates onto each department. Each department is led by it’s Year 6 members with the support of a member of staff.

The Pupil Parliament works hard to be a voice for the children, to ensure their opinions are listened to and to explain where necessary why certain decisions are made.
In many ways the children can experience democracy in action, they have their opportunity to influence the decision makers and their confidence and willingness to ask searching questions is an asset to the school.