07:11PM, Friday 19 January 2018
The Prime Minister paid a visit to Waltham St Lawrence Primary School on Friday (January 19).
Theresa May visited the primary school in School Road to talk to the children and view their lessons.
The Maidenhead MP was visiting following the schools ‘Oustanding’ Ofsted rating which was publsihed in
Headteacher Li-Juan Ellerton said the Prime Minister spent time with each class during her visit.
She said: “The children and staff thoroughly enjoyed her visit. We all know how extremely busy The Prime Minister is and we are so grateful that she came to see our Outstanding school.
“Children in each class shared their learning with the Prime Minister in various subjects, which highlights our values based education and growth mindset approach, of course the high standards we have at the school.
Speaking to the Advertiser about the visit on Friday, Mrs May said: “What was really great was to go into classes and hear from the children and answer their questions, a range of questions.
“The last one was ‘do you drive around in a bullet proof car?’
“They wanted to know but I’m not sure what my [security] team thought.”
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