Pupil Parliament


In the first term of every school year each class will elect 2 representatives to be members of the pupil parliament. In addition, every school year the children will elect six School Ambassadors from Year 6 to represent our school. 

Pupil Parliament meets  every half term to discuss issues and ideas such as school lunches, behaviour and fundraising events. Mrs Mitchell and Mrs Neal will facilitate these meetings and feedback any matters arising to Mrs Sherwood. Pupil Parliament representatives are responsible for reporting back on issues to their class members.

Meet our Pupil Parliament 2021-22

Year 2 - Amber and Roman

Year 3 - Annie and Kiera

Year 4 - Amelia and Finley

Year 5 - Bailey and Millie

Y6 School Ambassadors - Alfie, Daisy, Chloe, Emily, Sarah and Scarlette


Our Pupil Parliament members are representatives chosen by pupils to help with the decisions affecting the school, making sure it is the best place to be.

Representatives Poster

Mission Statement

Pupil Parliament Mission Statement


St Thomas' Shows Racism the Red Card!

We visited the Rotherham United Show Racism the Red Card Event and have lead Collective Worship to explain what we learned. 

This includes:

  • Show Racism the Red Card Workshop – Racism, including stereotypes and terminology;
  • Hate Crime and what we can do about it;
  • Anti discrimination workshop.