Constituency voting 

The class split up into four constituencies and each child within the group gave a speech to the rest of their group. Each group then voted for their representative. 

Speeches 

Four students were selected to represent their constituencies and gave their speeches to the class. 

The final vote 

Everyone in the class got a vote. We made sure the votes were kept private and then the winner was announced. As 22 people voted the winner needed at least 12 votes to win the election and avoid a hung parliament. RK received 13 votes and therefore was the winner. He stated that if it had been a hung parliament he would have asked LB to join him in leadership as he felt that her policies were in line with his own.