The Year 5 and 6 children in Oak class at Clutton CE Primary School organised their own class elections while studying the topic of Parliament.
The children took on the various roles of people involved in the election process as well as becoming party leaders and sharing their manifestos with staff and fellow pupils.
At the end of the count ‘Vision Party’ was named as the successful party.
Party leaders Harriet Hinchliffe and Isabella Sherlock thanked those who voted for them and promised to keep their pledges of increasing money for the elderly, supporting children in education and creating more money through increased exports.
Headteacher Alex Farrow praised the commitment the children had shown in the ‘elections’.
She said: “It is important that children take an interest in the Government of the country and how they come about in order for them to make informed judgements when they are of an age to vote.”