The whole school spent a week looking at British Values which included RESPECT and ANTI-BULLYING. Each class took part in a variety of activities which culminated in an assembly at the end of the week. The children looked at what it means to treat others with respect. They looked at bullying and the effect it can have on other children and they looked at our British Values and how they can demonstrate them in their lives at home and in school.
Schools’ Parliament Attendance Debate
Our School Councillors attended an important debate on how to improve attendance in Liverpool schools. We work very hard on our attendance and punctuality at St. Hugh’s and the councillors enjoyed telling Schools’ Parliament about some of the strategies we use.
School Councillors 2017 – 2018
Congratulations to the following children who have been voted by their classes to be their School Councillors this year:
Y3 Malak and AJ
Y4 Shaquille and Batool
Y5 Jaafar and Deji
Y6 Mohammed and Izzy
It is their role to represent their classes at school council meetings and to attend Liverpool Schools’ Parliament meetings at the Town Hall.
Liverpool Schools’ Parliament
St. Hugh’s School Councillors attended their first Liverpool Schools’ Parliament meeting of the year at the Town Hall. They met school Councillors from many other Liverpool schools. They had the opportunity to meet and listen to a range of decision makers in the city. They also contributed to the Liverpool Children’s Manifesto.
Junior Lord Mayor
Special congratulations to Izzy who has been voted one of the new Junior Lord Mayors of Liverpool. She went to the Town Hall to make a speech in front of school councillors from lots of different Liverpool schools. Her speech was so good she was elected, along with 11 other councillors, to be a Junior Lord Mayor. We are all very proud of her!