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MP Crabb Extends Welcome to Hook CP School at Parliament

(Credits: PinkNews)

Stephen Crabb, Member of Parliament for PRESELI Pembrokeshire, recently hosted a group of enthusiastic schoolchildren from Hook CP School during their visit to Parliament.

Led by Headmaster Mr. Alan Davies and accompanied by two staff members, the group of 7-11-year-olds embarked from Hook to London for an educational tour of Parliament and a stimulating Q&A session.

The day began with the children exploring the functions of Parliament at the UK Parliament Education Centre, where they participated in a lively mock debate on banning homework. Each child had the opportunity to voice their arguments, with one pupil taking on the role of Speaker to maintain order during the discussion.

Stephen Crabb (Credits: The Independent)

After the engaging debate, the students had the chance to learn more about Stephen Crabb’s role as their Member of Parliament. They eagerly asked questions about his responsibilities, including representing local issues in Pembrokeshire, participating in debates on current affairs, and voting on legislation.

Crabb, who hails from the area and attended Fenton CP School in Haverfordwest, shared his journey to becoming an MP, sparking the children’s interest in local representation.

The Parliament Education Centre, situated near the Parliamentary Estate in Westminster, offers a range of educational workshops and tours for schools, colleges, community groups, and young adults.

Schools from all over the UK can apply for educational packages online, with travel subsidies available for those traveling from outside London. Eligible educational providers can receive up to 75% of travel costs, making the educational experience accessible to more students.

MP Stephen Crabb (Credits:

Reflecting on the visit, Stephen Crabb MP expressed his delight at witnessing the student’s enthusiasm for learning about Parliament’s history and the role of MPs in democracy.

He particularly enjoyed the mock debate on homework, praising the student acting as Speaker for their excellent control of the proceedings. The visit provided a valuable opportunity for the children to engage with their parliamentary representative and gain insight into the workings of democracy.

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