At St. Julian’s Primary, we believe it is important for pupils to have their voice heard and to take ownership of their school and their learning. We provide many opportunities for children to play a role in making the decisions that affect them. We recognise that pupils have logical perspectives and opinions on issues that matter in the classroom, in the school and in the community. We give pupils an active role in influencing decisions about these issues as well as in the implementation of these decisions.
Our Pupil Parliament, also known as ‘School Senedd’, is made up of ten departments. Each department has its own chairperson, vice-chairperson and secretary, who chair and lead the meetings. The chairpersons from each department make up the school cabinet. Cabinet members meet with Mr Mansfield fortnightly to provide updates on their department’s progress and to request support, resources or finance for projects they’re currently working on.