School Parliament

Our 2019/20 School Parliament have now been shuffled and re-appointed!  They are now ready to carry out their mission – TO BE THE VOICE OF CHILDREN AT MUNDY JUNIOR SCHOOL.

We are the School Parliament and we are the ‘voice’ of the children here at Mundy Junior School. We were voted for by our classmates and meet every week as a team to discuss key aspects of our school. We have these meetings with our school’s SLT (Senior Leadership Team) and discuss our thoughts, feelings and recommendations.

Who are we?

The Parliament members (DURING 2019/20 ARE):

Prime Minister – Harvey

Deputy Prime Minister Ellea

Faith Minister – Izzie

Faith Minister – April

Sports Minister – Grace

Education  Minister – Maizie

Safeguarding Minister – Harvey & Ellea

Charity/Community Minister – Imogen

Creative Arts Minister – Isabella

Health and Well-Being Minister – Violet

Friendship Minister – Caoimhe

Finance Minister – Mitchell

Communication Minister – Sam

(..oh and Mrs Devonport & Mrs Christie!)


Key events this term that we are involved in:

  • Macmillan Coffee Morning
  • Parents Curriculum Evening
  • Our Visions and Values Meeting
  • Harvest

What are we up to this year at Mundy Junior School?

The School Parliament, Governors and SLT meet a lot. When we do we discuss what the key priorities are for us at Mundy Junior School.

In English we are concentrating this year on our Reading skills—we are trying to encourage all our classmates to read more and more at home with you!

In Math’s we are concentrating on making sure we know all of our calculations (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing) and using these to solve problems.

In our Computing work we continue to work hard to use our laptops and iPads in as many lessons that make sense, and using these well.

In our everyday classwork we continue to concentrate on our ’Be’ statements — as School Parliament we try hard to be great role models for everyone at Mundy Junior School.

Coming soon to a School Parliament near you..

We meet every week and we are always talking to our classmates, class teachers and other friends across school about what we could to continue to improve Mundy Junior School.

In our next newsletter we hope to bring to you what DIFFERENCE we have made to our school so far. Thank you for reading :)

On our Vision & Value evening we talked about where we’ve been as a school and where we are going. Stakeholders from throughout  the school from pupils and parents, teachers and governors to members of the local community came and helped.