CHILDREN welcomed MP Antoinette Sandbach to Grange Community Nursery and Primary School.

The trip was inspired after pupils visited the Houses of Parliament in February and took part in an education workshop entitled Laws and debating. The youngsters also quizzed the Eddisbury MP about life as an MP during a question and answer session.

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Pupils from the Grange Community Nursery and Primary School visited MP Antoinette Sandbach in the House of Commons

Pupils practised their formal letter writing skills after returning to school and each pupil thanked Mrs Sandbach personally for meeting them in Westminster.

The MP was given a guided tour of the Winsford school and spoke to pupils in each classroom.

In year three, children spoke about their key text Queen of the Falls and Mrs Sandbach told them about her visit to Niagara Falls.

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MP Antoinette Sandbach spoke to pupils in every class

Head of school Sara Albiston asked year six pupils to read their London-themed writing.

Mrs Albiston said: "Our curriculum provides opportunities for all learners to achieve the very best education. We are thrilled to welcome Antoinette and show her the exceptional writing that our engaging quality texts provide for all of our children."

Mrs Sandbach said: "The hard work by all members of the community at Grange Community Nursery and Primary School is remarkable. The new leadership team is driving up standards in an exceptional way."