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School Council

The KS2 School Council visited the Houses of Parliament on the 10th July 2023.

It was a very early start at 5.45am where the council met at Piccadilly Station. There was time for breakfast on the journey down to London.

We arrived at Euston Station then got the underground train to Embankment. We walked along the River Thames taking in the sights.

We arrived at the Houses of Parliament in time for our guided tour. We were very lucky to be able to see both the House of Lords and the House of Commons as well as the royal apartments. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take any photographs in these. However we did get some with the State Coach and the rooms at the end of the tour.

After the Houses of Parliament we did a bit of souvenir shopping then walked past Downing Street and the Horse Guards ready for a picnic lunch in the park.

After lunch we walked to Buckingham Palace.

Then a walk down the mall before catching the 'tube' to the Natural History Museum. We loved looking at the exhibits on Volcanoes and Earthquakes, the animals and mammals but in particular the Dinosaurs!!!

Finally after souvenir shopping part two we travelled back on the underground to Euston. We had a treat and stopped off for tea at MacDonalds before the journey home. A very busy and tiring day but worth every minute. We learnt a lot and had lots of fun!






Pennies for the Playground!


The school council decided to have collection boxes in each classroom to collect any spare change from home.  Children were asked to bring in 1ps and 2ps from home and place them in the box and at the end of the half term the pennies would be counted up! 

We are very pleased to announce that for the first Autumn half term just over £80 was raised which is fantastic and just goes to show that pennies make pounds!


The school council have selected and ordered some new playground equipment with the funds raised.

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