MP for North Swindon

Justin Tomlinson MP

Justin Meets With Nova Hreod Students To Discuss Global Education Campaign


Justin Tomlinson MP has visited pupils at Nova Hreod to discuss the important "100 Million Campaign" which calls for a world where all young people are free, safe and educated.

The visit was part of the Back to School initiative where students prepared and delivered a brilliantly informed presentation on the importance of global education and the challenges facing every country which sees this as a top priority.

Justin, who has chaired the All Party Parliamentary Group for Global Education and hosted the Global Partnership for Education in Parliament a number of times, discussed the issues with a very receptive audience to their cause and offered to make joint representations to Ministers at the Department for International Development ahead of the Global Education conference; thus ensuring that the pupils' voices are heard at the very top levels of Government.

The North Swindon MP also enjoyed a good catch up with the staff at Nova Hreod who continue to share their passion for learning and driving up standards; something that has been demonstrated in their increasingly improved results and reports.

Justin Tomlinson MP said: “It is always great to visit Nova and catch up with Mr Barton. It was a really brilliant presentation from Katie, Liam, Katie-May & Isobel, and I look forward to sharing their views on the campaign for global education with the Minister.”

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