He gave them information about his life as an MP and the children each had a question which he answered in detail. It was a very informative visit and the pupils learnt a lot, not only about how he is always working to change Chester for the better, but also about decisions he makes in London.
Student Naomi Reading asked him why the door of 10 Downing Street was black which Mr Mosley found very amusing. The children had also gathered some questions which their parents were keen to know. Jack Sadler was pleased to have his grandad’s question answered about plans for Chester’s future.
Bethany Griffiths had done a portrait of Stephen Mosley on a canvas which she presented to him at the end. He was thrilled and said he would put it in his office. The staff at the school said that overall, it was a very enjoyable morning and the children learnt a lot.