Pupil Parliament

The purpose of Pupil Parliament is to encourage and enable students to develop confidence and skills in the art of debate and discussion.

Supported by Norton Rose Fulbright

The Parliament provides an opportunity for pupils to meet school councillors from other schools who have a similar profile and common experiences. The pupils will be encouraged by the Parliament to take the issues raised at the Parliament and try to progress them through their own school activity. Osmani Primary School is the lead school for this strand of the E1 Schools Partnership work.

The purpose of Pupil Parliament is to encourage and enable students to develop confidence and skills in the art of debate and discussion. The Parliament provides an opportunity for pupils to meet school councillors from other schools who have a similar profile and common experiences. The pupils will be encouraged by the Parliament to take the issues raised at the Parliament and try to progress them through their own school activity.

Over the year students should have the opportunity to meet together in partnership school council meetings or other school forums, to work together on the action plan developed at the parliament. In the following year, the pupils will be asked to report on the successes or otherwise of their campaigns.