Student voice

At Tregolls Academy, we believe in encouraging our pupils to be confident in sharing their views and engaging them in roles of responsibility to help our school become even better.

How do we do this?

Head Boy and Head Girl

Firstly, each year, a boy and girl from Year 6 are selected to become Head Boy and Head Girl. Their role is to represent the pupils in various ways and to support the Headteacher in pupil matters. The children chosen are excellent role models for the other children and are able to lead a team of prefects. They are expected to establish and maintain the highest standards of behaviour and attitude at all times, providing a positive role model for other students across the school.


Pupil Parliament

Each year a boy and girl representative from each class is nominated by their class to sit on the Pupil Parliament. The Parliament meets with the Assistant Headteacher weekly to discuss any school issues or plan any forthcoming events. Every week, each class holds a meeting where they discuss any class issues arising which could feed in to the next Pupil Parliament meeting.

What do the Pupil Parliament Members do?
The Pupil Parliament takes part in lots of activities including:
• Listening to the views and concerns of other pupils;
• Representing these concerns to the Headteacher, teachers and other adults;
• Coming up with ideas to help improve the school and make decisions;
• Thinking of ways to contribute locally and globally;
• Fundraise for Tregolls and charities;
• Having the responsibility for a budget;

Being a Pupil Parliament member is a very responsible position as you have to have a lot of sensible ideas and sometimes have to do things in your lunch times. Members play a very important part in our Tregolls community!

Pupil Parliament: Special Jumpers

A huge congratulations to our Pupil Parliament members who were presented with their special jumpers today. Don’t they look official?! Now they will be more recognisable around the school, so other children can go and share their ideas with them. We have already had lots of productive meetings and the children have been great at actioning their plans for the school.

2019 Headteacher Pupil Parliament Notes

Pupil Parliament HT meeting 8.11.19

Week 1 – 14th January 2019

2019 Agenda’s

Agenda 1 – 11th January 2019

Agenda 2 – 25th Jnauary 2019

Agenda 3 – 1st February 2019

Agenda 4 – 28th February 2019

Agenda 5 – 14th March 2019

2018 Agenda’s

Agenda 1 – 5th January 2018

Agenda 2 – 12th January 2018

Agenda 3 – 19th January 2018

Agenda 4 – 26th January 2018

Agenda 5 – 9th February 2018

Agenda 6 – 23rd March 2018

Agenda 7 – 4th May 2018

Agenda 8 – 11th May 2018

Agenda 9 – 18th May 2018

Agenda 10 – 25th May 2018

Agenda 11 – 28th September 2018

Agenda 12 – 5th October 2018

Agenda 13 – 12th October 2018

Agenda 14 – 2nd November 2018

Agenda 15 – 9th November 2018

Agenda 16 – 16th November 2018

2017 Agenda’s

Agenda 1 – 6th October 2017

Agenda 2 – 13th October 2017

Agenda 3 – 20th October 2017

Agenda 4 – 10th November 2017

Agenda 5 – 17th November 2017

Agenda 6 – 24th November 2017

Agenda 8 – 15th December 2017


Pupil Parliament Subject Ministers Lesson Observations May 2016

PP Subject Minister Observations

The PP ministers for Maths, Science, P.E and Literacy observed our school Subject Leaders teach a lesson for their subject area.

This is what we thought…

Reception children were very well behaved, they listened well and loved learning about alphabetical order. The lesson was really fun and all the children enjoyed it!

Science was really hands on and all the children were enthusiastic about their learning. The children loved doing science experiments. We all agree these are the most enjoyable lessons!

In maths, children were able to explain their thinking and some were even able to go off to do five star independently! This is because the teacher knew each child in her class really well, how she needed to help them and what they need to do next in their learning. They were learning really tricky maths! All the chn had maths equipment available to help them with their learning – we think this is really important!

During P.E, children were learning athletics on the 3G pitch. Even when the weather has not been nice we get to do P.E outside. We love sport and love to play it outside whatever the weather! Children were challenged and the lesson was really fun.

To make our lesson even better, we would like them to be more active with is less sitting down, for example learning maths through P.E!

Pupil Parliament Noticeboard

Our new Pupil Parliament Noticeboard, updated by Pupil Parliament members, will allow everyone in the school to see:

  • What the Pupil Parliament is working on
  • Who they talk to to get involved
  • What the hold ups are
  • What’s off-limits and what’s been achieved