Pupil Parliament

Our Pupil Parliament represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and to discuss what goes on in the different committees in school. However in our Parliament we promise to make decisions quicker than Brexit!!

The Pupil Parliament will be elected in much the same way as School Council was in Foundation Phase but pupils in KS2 will need to apply for one of the different councils - Eco, Sports Council, One World, Digital Leaders, Criw Cymraeg and Learning Leaders.

Representatives from those Councils will be sent to voice their views and concerns when they meet with the main Pupil Parliament. 

Pupil parliament are elected each year following a democratic vote.

Pupils who wish to represent the school on the Pupil Parliament in Foundation Phase need to present their manifesto to the rest of their class and put themselves forward for nomination.

Candidates are shortlisted and elections take place at our polling station during the Autumn Term.

Pupils who wish to represent the school on the Pupil Parliament in KS2 need to apply for the individual council of their choice and then put themselves forward to be the spokesperson for their Council on Pupil Parliament.

Our School Council have been very pro-active in the past and we look forward to hearing different ideas and sharing them at meetings to help our Pupil Parliament make decisions to make Borras Park Community Primary school a better place.

If you have lots of ideas we would like to hear them.



Borras Park Community Primary School

Borras Park Road

Wrexham, LL12 7TH

Tel: 01978 346890