The school parliament was set up as a way to ensure that children at All Saints Infants get to have a say about what happens at the school.
An adult consults them regularly about all sorts of things. They tell the adult about the things that they think work well, the things that could be improved and any particular issues that concern children in their class.
Each member of the school council takes time to talk to their classmates about any item that needs to go on the agenda. Sometimes an adult will ask the school parliament to go and find out what the children in each class think about an idea they might have.