We are very lucky to have so many pupils who want to play an active role in school life here at Mary Immaculate and we have a strong body of pupils who sit on our parliament (also known as a student council).


These pupils represent all of the houses and each take different responsibilities (parties) including:


  • Transition

  • Teaching and Learning

  • Faith in Action

  • The Eco party

In September, we will hold elections for two representatives for the student parliament. This is a
fantastic opportunity for them to really make a difference to their fellow pupils. The parliament will be made up of 2 students from each year group in Years 7-10.


Additionally, the Student Parliament will be made up of our Head Boy, Head Girl, their deputies and six pupils from our Year 11 Leadership Team. The members of parliament will fairly represent the houses and will also sit on one of four parties.


The student parliament meets regularly and, occasionally, will attend external conferences to represent the school. Each party has lead staff and students (from the parliament) but any student in the school can join the parties. 


Student Parliament