Helping to make a difference at school
TOP MARKS: Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan went back to school at The Beacon AN MP went back to school for a national Day of Action to help get millions of children into school.
Chesham and Amersham MP, Cheryl Gillan, went to The Beacon, Amersham Road in Amersham on Friday, June 26 as part of the Send My Friend to School campaign.
Head of religious studies at The Beacon, Arabella Norton, said: “Year seven boys have been learning about the barriers to education for millions of children in the developing world. It’s been fantastic to see how much they’ve enjoyed stepping into the shoes of world leaders and trying to make a difference for children that don’t have the opportunities they have.”
The pupils wrote letters to tell politicians what needs to be done to get education for every child, which they gave to Mrs Gillan.