What is The Margaret Wix School Parliament?
At Margaret Wix, we have an elected School Parliament. Each class elects two children to be their class representatives. The representatives are there to be the voices of the class and attend School Parliament meetings.
The School Parliament meet every half term and discuss ideas for improving the school. They also try to raise money for good causes ably helped by the Charity Committee.
If you are a member of Margaret Wix Primary School and you have an idea that you would like the School Parliament to discuss, then write it on a post-it note and put it on the display board by the front office or in your box in your classroom.
What is a House Captain?
These are our four school houses and below you can meet the 2 year 6 children who are house captains from each house. The house names were chosen by our children in September 2021 as they have been and continue to be inspired by these individuals.
Sir David Attenborough (white)
The main role of the house captains is to inspire and lead their whole school time throughout the year in sporting events and inter-house activities such as bake-offs, photography and art.
What is a Charity Committee?
Our Charity Committee is made up of children from year 6 who lead on a range of charitable events from Food Bank collections to Red Nose Day, as well as everything in-between.