Princethorpe Hosts Its Own ‘Any Questions’
Princethorpe College hosted its own ‘Any Questions’ this week on Thursday 24 June and was delighted to welcome an MP and local councillors to the school.
Conservative MP for Stoke North, and Old Princethorpian, Jonathan Gullis was joined by Jonathan Chilvers, Green Party Councillor for Leamington Brunswick, and Tim Naylor, former Councillor and Deputy Leader of the Labour Party in Rugby to take part in a panel style question session with the Lower Sixth.
Chaired by Politics and History Teacher, Abi Adams, our visitors answered questions on a range of topics including Climate Change, Child Poverty and Education and it was a great opportunity for the students to listen to and contrast the different points of view.
Organised by Rod Isaacs, Assistant Head of Sixth Form, the event was a part of the school’s CORE programme that encourages Sixth Form students to think critically, logically and constructively about the world in which they live.
Abi Adams said, “Many thanks to our visitors today for a very constructive session – we ran out of time before we ran out of questions. Our ‘Any Questions’ was both informative and interesting and will have given our students plenty to think about and discuss.”