Cotswolds MP visits Mickleton Primary School

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds, visited Mickleton Primary School on Friday and met the Chair of Governors, Barry Metcalfe; another Governor Harj Dhasee and the Head Teacher, Adrian Webb.

He was delighted to see that the School has clearly gone from strength to strength and has received some very positive results. Mr Clifton-Brown also welcomed the good OFSTED report that the School received recently.

There was also an opportunity to discuss how the school might increase its numbers further and said that he is happy to help with any discussions the school might have with the County Council regarding any difficulties about this.

Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown met several pupils who appeared to be happy and were receiving excellent teaching and support to enable them to reach their full potential

Source: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds

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