Year 7 Students Celebrate World Book Day at The Houses of Parliament
A group of Year 7 students were lucky enough to meet MPs Richard Burgon, Sharon Hodgson, Tracey Brabin as well as, Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, the author Chris Waterman and Georgina Newton at Westminster last week.
Our students also enjoyed a tour of the Houses of Parliament and were the centre of attention dressed up as their favourite book character (even Mrs Elliott was dressed up as Snow White!).
Students subsequently spoke to an audience about their favourite book. All our students were very inquisitive throughout the day and benefitted tremendously. We would like to thank our contacts at Warwick University for making this fantastic experience possible. The Bridge Team
“It was a phenomenal experience” Nida Mansoor
“We learnt many facts about Parliament. It was amazing!” Isma Nissa
“It was an intriguing day with lots of fun activities and information” Tasneem Rahal
“It was an inspirational day and we had a tour of Parliament which was exploding with facts” Ariba Bi
“I liked the fact that there was an element of History” Praveen Dhillon
“It was truly amazing – had so much fun” Matthew Taylor
“A once in a lifetime experience!” Harry Kavanagh
“It exceeded my expectations!” Aymaan Sajid
“At every move I was learning something new!” Yusuf Kusum
“Every synonym of fun was fused together every second!” Ismail Rafique
“It was an amazing experience! We listened to every word the readers said. We were even taken on an interesting tour of the Houses of Parliament which is almost one thousand years old!” Amelia Coleman
“It was truly an amazing experience and would probably never have happened outside of school” Bradley Gostick