Boris welcomed to St Helens
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.