During the October half-term, 6 children from years 4, 5 and 6 represented Raynham and their local constituencies as children MPs at The Children’s Parliament.
This was a unique opportunity for them to express their views and contribute to a debate about climate change. The Children’s Parliament was a national event and included a speech from the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, MP, and a live session with David Davis, MP. All the children had the opportunity to vote on a range of issues interlinked to climate change and the results will be shared with the Prime Minister who will be attending the COP26 meeting in Glasgow.
Below is a recording of the Children’s Parliament event:
Or, you can click here to read more about the event in this article from the Daily Express.
We are very proud of our children, their contributions and would like to share with you all their voice and experiences in this short video featuring our Children MPs.