Our Key Stage 2 children have been learning all about the different parts of parliament and how laws are made and passed. They enjoyed 2 workshops...
Children were split into constituencies then a member from each constituency joined others to form a political party with a made up name, depending on what was important to them. They then were asked to come up with a manifesto - a fun idea they would like to carry out in school and they then presented this idea and tried to persuade other 'MP's' to vote for them!
We are delighted to have been placed 83rd in the list of top 200 State Primary Schools, in the Sunday Times Newspaper dated 15th November 2015!
Please click on the link above to view a letter we received on 14th December 2015 from Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for Schools, congratulating Gisburn School on the excellent results of pupils in the national key stage 2 tests as published on 10th December 2015.