Boris wel­comed to St He­lens

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

ST He­len’s Col­lege in Hilling­don was vis­ited by Uxbridge MP Boris John­son.

The For­eign Sec­re­tary toured the lower school and was most impressed by what he saw there, in­clud­ing the school’s youngest chil­dren’s abil­ity to ask im­promptu ques­tions and lis­ten at­ten­tively to an­swers.

Mr John­son then took part in a Q&A ses­sion with pupils from Year 5 and 6, dur­ing which he ex­plained to them what prompted him to be­come a politi­cian (de­spite his child­hood dream of be­com­ing a rock star), what a For­eign Sec­re­tary ac­tu­ally does, why free­dom of speech is im­por­tant and how he was once mis­taken for Don­ald Trump.

Mr. John­son spoke also of his achieve­ments as Mayor of Lon­don and

Boris John­son with Coun­cil­lor Ray Pud­di­foot, head­teacher Shirley Drum­mond, deputy head Teresa Stark and the se­nior pupil team of his hopes and plans sure, made a last­ing for the school’s lo­cal im­pres­sion on the area, in­clud­ing chil­dren.” Fi­nally, Mr. Hilling­don Hospi­tal and John­son toured the HOAC. A spokesman grounds and build­ings at for the school said: “He up­per school, join­ing in spoke can­didly with with the Year 4 pupils warmth and good prac­tis­ing the Sign2Sing hu­mour and has, we are song.


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