Parliament week at Middlewich Primary School

Fiona Bruce MP attends Parliament Week event at Middlewich Primary School

Pupils at Middlewich Primary School learnt about Parliament during Parliament Week and were surprised by Middlewich MP Fiona Bruce.
The purpose of Parliament week is to help students learn more about how Parliament and British democracy works. Events were being held at over 270 places across the country, including at Middlewich Primary School where pupils held a debate and learnt about the role of an MP.
Fiona Bruce saidI was very impressed with how much the pupils at Middlewich Primary School had learnt about the democratic process and that the quality of the debates and discussions which they held. I hope that this will have stimulated their interest to be involved in politics when they grow up and that, in particular they will all use their votes.”
Gemma Reynolds, Deputy Headteacher said “As part of our parliament week, we were very privileged to welcome Fiona Bruce to Middlewich Primary School. She shared her first hand experiences of government with us and gave the y5 &6 pupils a detailed talk on how laws are created and enforced. Mrs Bruce was very engaging and the children were keen to ask questions and develop their knowledge further.”

‘It was interesting to learn from Fiona Bruce about how the House of Commons worked. I was proud that she chose to visit our school,’ Henry, year 6 pupil.
Comments
Promoted by the Congleton Constituency Conservative Association. Copyright © Congleton Conservatives 2012. All rights reserved. Contact