Pupil Parliament

Ahead of COP26 in Glasgow, the Children's Parliament met over TEAMS on Friday 29th October to debate important issues affecting children across the world. We are proud to announce that our Year 6 Pupil Parliament representatives were chosen to represent schools across Lancashire at the parliamentary debate. 

Issues that were debated included: renewable energy; deforestation; children's mental health; home learning and online education; and future employment opportunities. The children were brilliant - they listened carefully to the ideas posed by others and made thoughtful responses to the issues.

A special mention goes to Mustafa, who was selected from over 250 children taking part, to present his views on What employment opportunities do you see when robots seem to take over everything? Please click here to read Mustafa’s response in our News Section of our website. Well done Mustafa and Siri - we are extremely proud of the way that you represented our school and the children of Lancashire.

Following COP26, our Pupil Parliament representatives have worked alongside the Year 3 Eco Warriors to write our Climate Plegde.

At Sherwood, we believe that our planet is irreplaceable and should be cherished and protected by all. We aim to care for our school and local environment and take steps to reduce our global footprint. We learn how, and encourage each other, to take steps that reduce waste, conserve energy, save water and reduce pollution. We are committed to working together for a cleaner, greener tomorrow.

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Sherwood Primary School, Sherwood Way, Fulwood, Preston, PR2 9GA

Miss G Worthington | Tel: 01772 719093 | Email: admin@sherwood.lancs.sch.uk

SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) Enquiries | Mrs K Hobson
Email: k.hobson@sherwood.lancs.sch.uk