Representing Slough Youth Parliament

Arbour Vale School is delighted to announce that two pupils from Key Stage 4, Arrieann and Samuel, have been selected to represent the school on the Slough Youth Parliament.

The pupils will  work alongside peers from other schools, discussing matters of concern within Slough and hopefully make more people aware of their surrounding area. Arrieann and Samuel will be supported by the Arbour Vale School Council and will feed back to the Slough representatives on matters that arise.

Well done, Arrieann and Samuel, great work!

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