‘a system where people can change their rulers in a peaceful manner and the government is given the right to rule because the people say it may.’
|Chancellor of the Exchequer||Foreign Secretary||Home Secretary|
|Secretary of State for Justice||Secretary of State for Defence||Secretary of State for Education|
|Secretary of State for Transport||Secretary of State for Environment||Secretary of State for Food and Rural Affairs|
|Secretary of State for Digital Culture and Media||Secretary of State for Sport||Secretary of State for Communities|
The Prime Minister is the leader of the Pupil Government.
They lead the meetings and set the agenda. They will have meeting with the Headteacher and SLT.
They have to be good at leading and willing to speak publicly.
The Chancellor has a budget to spend on improving the school.
They have to be good at maths and able to tell some people that not everything can be afforded.
The Foreign Secretary will look at international partnerships with other schools.
There weekly job will be updating the school community about international news and events that will be of interest.
The Home Secretary will work with staff to make sure homework is effective.
They will make sure that there isn’t too little, or too much homework and that it is worth while.
The Justice Minister will work to make sure that behaviour is good.
They will work with SLT to make sure the Behaviour Policy works and is fair to everyone.
The Defence Secretary leads the anti-bullying committee.
They will work to make sure that bullying is not tolerated and that children feel safe.
The Education Secretary will work with SLT to make sure the curriculum is exciting, engaging and prepares children for secondary school.
The Transport Minister will work to try and increase the number of children walking or cycling to school.
The Environment Secretary will have two jobs. One will be to help improve the school environment (the building and how it looks) as well as trying to reduce our carbon footprint and improve recycling.
The Secretary of State for Food and Rural affairs will lead a team on improving the quality of school lunches. They will also work to ensure that children understand about sustainable farming.
The Secretary of State for Digital Culture and Media will work with SLT to make sure that the school’s website is up to date and has plenty of information about learning in class.
The Sports Minister is the leader of the sports teams.
They will work with the PE Lead to improve competitions and make sure there are sports activities for pupils to engage with.
The Secretary for Communities will make sure our school is involved in local events.