Junior Boys Pupil Voice Election
Meet the Junior Boys Pupil Voice Council Class Representatives. Over the last two weeks every class at Junior Boys has been experiencing democracy in action. All pupils were given the opportunity to put themselves forward to be a Pupil Voice Council Class Representative. Pupils in Key Stage 2 were asked to give a speech about why they thought they would be a good representative for their class and after the speeches pupils took part in a ballot voting process. Pictured are the elected Pupil Voice Council Class Representatives.
They already have important jobs to do such as make a class suggestion box, to gain ideas from their fellow classmates of what to spend the class £50 PTA donation on and to help the PTA decided on a stall for the PTA to run at the school Fright Night on 10 November.