Jon talked about his role as a Member of Parliament and answered questions as part of the school’s topic on Mr Stink in which the girl's mother is running for election to Parliament.
Jon said: “It was great meeting the children and answering many tough questions. I really enjoyed my time at St Johns and I hope that the pupils found it interesting.”
“We had a vote on where the pupils would spend money if they were Prime Minister. Out of three choices the NHS came top, then the police and then schools. Maybe this is because I was talking about my national role! It was great fun.”
St John the Baptist Primary is currently attended by over 500 pupils who are aged between 4 and 11.
The school is committed to enabling children to achieve their full potential in all areas of their lives through its distinctively Christian ethos and following their most recent Ofsted inspection the school was rated “good” in all areas.