Alongside the much-publicised general election, the school held its own mock election where pupils were able to vote between a number of parties.
The children created their own manifestos for each party, created a poster, designed a logo and chose colours for their rosettes, which they made by hand.
The children spent time out and about in the classrooms spreading their messages and touting for votes.
The whole school entered the polling station to cast their votes on Thursday and the winning party was 'Bounce 4 Fun' whose manifesto promised a fun day with Bouncy Castles. We will now need to see if they will be able to deliver on their promise!