The College Parliament is a democratically elected student body that ensures student voice is well and truly heard at St Richard Reynolds. From Year 3 to 10 three members of each year group are nominated by their peers and appointed to the Sixth Form Leadership Team for a term of one year which spans Year 12 and 13.
The students take on responsibility for a range of areas of interest which are important in terms of student voice and the development of the College community. We run a conference to train and brief them on their responsibility and members of staff mentor them throughout the year to achieve their individual goals. These areas of responsibility include:
- Mental Health
- College Parliament and student voice
- Performing Arts
- House Leader
- Head Prefects
We are very proud of what our students have achieved so far, for example, working together to raise £10,000 for those affected by the conflict in Ukraine through a sponsored rowathon, a sponsored walk to the Ukrainian Embassy and a music concert, supporting the delivery of the Year 7 summer school and visiting local Primary schools to prepare the Year 6s for transition, running the St Peter and Paul’s Festival for Year 7 and 8.