B Cador: June 2018
I received the attached letter from Antoinette Sandbach MP. It was in response to her receiving a classful of detailed letters from Y5/6, sharing their concerns about plastics and the environment.
It was encouraging to read that she acknowledged her recent visit to our 'excellent school' and that she has forwarded the childrens' concerns to the Rt Hon Michael Gove.
Equally, the children are delighted to receive their own personal letters from Antoinette in response to their concerns.
Thank you to Mrs Charlesworth for making the children's learning relevant, local and inspiring for our children and helping them understand that we live in a democracy and each of them has a voice that is and should be listened to, as 'we all matter'.
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