Election results day!!

There have been elections across the country as well as our Year 6 elections in school this week. What do you know about what has been taking place? What did you think about the parties in our Year 6 election? Would you like to be a politician when you grow up?

4 Responses to “Election results day!!”

  1. nedMay 8, 2015 at 12:22 pm #

    ELLECTION
    There are seven parties’ labour, conservative, liberal democrat, ukip, snp, plyd cymru and green party. Labour believes people should pay more tax while Conservative believes people should pay less tax. Snp believes that Scotland should be independent and plyd cymru think wales should be independent. Ukip believes people from other countries shouldn’t come to Britain. Green party believes people should be more respectful to the environment. In 2015 the conservatives won.

  2. TylerMay 8, 2015 at 12:34 pm #

    I know that yesterday,people went to polling stations around the country to vote.They for voting for which political party they wanted to run the country.There are 7 parties altogether although I only know 6 of them: Labour,Liberal Democrats,Conservatives,The Green party,The Scottish National Party and UKIP.In the polling stations there are lots of slips of paper with all the parties on them.People have to put a cross on the party the want to be elected.You have to be over 18 to vote.There is an election for prime minister every 5 years and a election for local MP every year.All the parties have leader,I only know a few though:Lib Dems- Nick clegg,Labour-Ed Millerband and Conservatives-David Cameron.This week year 6 had an election where they made there own political parties that people voted for.There were loads of parties to choose from but they could only choose one.The winner of the election was the party United Nations.The parties I know are called:Progress,Bantalicous,Master Minds,Future and the observers.When I grow up I would not like to be a politician because I would like to do something more exciting and adventurous.

  3. jakeMay 8, 2015 at 12:37 pm #

    The election

    I Know that the parties are called, The Pirate party, The universal party, Labour, The conservatives, The Liberal Democrats, The green party, Ukip, Plyd cymru, SNP (Scottish National party).

    I liked the year 6 election because it let us kids get us kids have the chance to vote, because in the real world we aren’t allowed to vote, so it gives us an opportunity to have a go. Also it gave the year sixes a chance to see what it would be like to be a Politian meaning that they have extended the amount of courage they have.

    Personally I don’t want to be a Politian because if I was then I would be under a lot of pressure meaning that I would have a hard life and in don’t want a hard life, so that is why I don’t want to be a Politian.

  4. NiamhMay 8, 2015 at 12:37 pm #

    I know that millions of over 18’s went to a polling station to vote last night for the party they want to run the country. Once it is decided, the party decides what they will do with tax ( the money you send to the government ). Labour, Lib Dems, Conservatives, Tories, UKIP, SNP and the Greens are just a few parties. When you vote you are given 2 cards: One to vote for the person you want to rule your area and one for the one you want to be your prime minister. The Conservatives won this time. I think the parties in year 6 got their point across well but some things could be changed. The winning party said they would change uniform policies in schools, which probably got them the winning votes. I don’t want to be a politician when I grow up because I want to do other things to change the world.

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