School Parliament

School Parliament 

Our School Parliament plays a vital role in the decision making of the school and meets regularly. Representatives are elected by their classmates at the start of the academic year.They meet at least once a month and report back to their teachers and classmates regarding their work. The Headteacher and senior leadership team consult the School Parliament regarding pupils’ feelings and opinions about school matters, presenting their ideas to staff and governors. In assemblies and PSHCE lessons, we follow a theme common to all year groups. There are weekly Circle Time sessions, in which children have the opportunity to spend quality time together as a class, discussing issues which affect them.


Head Boy and Head Girl for 2018/19


Head Boy Head Girl

Harris N


Minahil M

Deputy Head Boy

Deputy Head Girl 


Elijah A


Saniya H


House Captains for 2018/19

To be confirmed:
Discovery:  Captain; Vice Captain 
Endeavour: Captain;, Vice captain 
Resolution: Captain; Vice Captain 
Adventure: Captain;  Vice Captain 

PSHE lessons have a focus on democracy and the respect and tolerance of each other. The children share in the understanding that we live in a society where British Values exist and where opinions and beliefs are listened too and accepted and where there is rule of law.


School Parliament

To be confirmed.

Congratulations and well done to the successful candidates who now have a very exciting time ahead!

Children in the reception classes will be supported by the early year’s staff when school projects are being discussed and the children in Year 6 are represented by the current School Parliament whose term of office runs through to the end of July when they leave Ayresome Primary School.








British Values

We live in a democracy where trust, liberty, freedom, democracy and respect underpin our communities. The school promotes core British values across our curriculum from literature, symbolic international statements from leaders who embody these values. We work alongside our elected local Councillors who share their expertise and knowledge of the democratic process.  They represent our community on our Governing Body and work with our children to enable them through assemblies and the wider curriculum to value the freedoms the United Kingdom holds dear.

School Parliament is working closely with senior leaders to think about the structure of the playground and how we can make the playground a better place to be. The School Parliament are currently thinking about how we could split the playground into sections, having different activities going on for the children to take part in.
Two of our School Parliament members have been lucky enough to become Ambassadors for our school. As Ambassadors they are being given the opportunity to visit other schools over the coming months, focusing on the teaching and learning and sharing ideas. They will also show children around from the other schools and talk to them about teaching and learning in our school when they come to visit Ayresome.
As part of the school’s commitment to British Values, the PSHCE scheme ‘JIGSAW’ is now part of our core delivery model to ensure good coverage across the curriculum.