Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

22 MAR 2017

Kings' School visit Parliament

Steve Brine welcomed a group of teachers and staff, including headteacher Matthew Leeming, from Kings' School to Parliament on Wednesday 22nd March.

The secondary school students made use of Parliament's Education Centre, and had a tour of the House, before meeting up with their MP for a special Q&A session.

Steve said: "I very much enjoyed meeting up with the students just after PMQs. The Q&A session was great, and among the topics we covered included Brexit, future international trade and school funding.

"I look forward to seeing Kings' students up here again before too long!"

The team from Kings' had left Westminster on this day shortly before the tragic terror related events began to unfold. All students and staff were safely back on the coach and arrived back in Winchester that evening where they were met with the cameras of Meridian TV.

 

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