Working hard for Wolverhampton South East Representing the residents of Bilston East, Bilston North, Blakenhall, Coseley East, East Park, Ettingshall, Spring Vale

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On Friday, I visited St Martin's school in Bradley where I was shown around by some of their pupils.

The head teacher Mrs Martin told me that the school is in the top 2% in the country for maths results at key stage 2. It's a fantastic achievement. St Martin's take their maths seriously and that will benefit the pupils throughout their careers. Well done to the school and thank you to all the teachers, parents and pupils for such a warm welcome.

St Martin's School Visit

  On Friday, I visited St Martin's school in Bradley where I was shown around by some of their pupils.

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I recently visited Windsor nursery school, this is a fantastic facility in the heart of the community.

The school works tirelessly to maximise the life chances and learning of all the children who attend there.

I met with the head teacher Claire Foster as well as parents and children there, the parents praised the nursery and were particularly enthusiastic about the opportunities for play and how much their children’s speech had come on since attending the school.

It was obvious that this nursery does a fantastic job for the city’s children yet the government is proposing cuts to nursery funding which will make the job of Windsor and nursery schools like it much harder.

These cuts are a direct attack on opportunity for my constituents. They will make it much harder for local children to get the best start in life. They are stupid, short-sighted and damaging. I have written to the Government calling on them to change this policy and stop this attack on the life chances of my constituents.

Windsor Nursery Visit

    I recently visited Windsor nursery school, this is a fantastic facility in the heart of the community.

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Today I visited Excel Church, Bilston to see the Watoto Choir’s Concert.

Each child in the Watoto Children’s Choir has suffered the loss of one or both parents and now lives in a Watoto village in Uganda. The experience of travelling on a choir helps the children to develop confidence and boldness, as well as broadening their worldview.

Accompanied by a team of adults, the choir presents Watoto’s vision and mission by sharing personal stories, music and dance. While on the road, the children act as advocates for the millions of other African children who have experienced the same heart breaking pain and suffering as them.

It was a pleasure to be at the concert which was vibrant, energetic and inspiring. I’d like to thank Excel Church for hosting such a fantastic concert in my constituency and also to all of the Watoto Children’s Choir for their energy and hope for the future.

To find out more about the Watoto Choir you can find out more on their website;

https://www.watoto.com/choir

 

Watoto Children's Choir

  Today I visited Excel Church, Bilston to see the Watoto Choir’s Concert.


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