North West Norfolk MP James Wild was asked about everything from climate change to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital when he agreed to visit a primary school in his area.
The Q and A session was part of his visit to Gaywood Primary School in King’s Lynn.
Mr Wild, who was also given a guided tour of the school by Year 6 pupils Sharen and Hartley, said: “The classes I observed saw pupils enjoying the broad curriculum that is offered in a supportive environment which encourages them to learn. By also offering wider opportunities in music tuition and other activities, pupils benefit from a rounded education.”
Neil Mindham, the school’s executive head teacher, said: “Mr Wild spent a good deal of time talking with the children and answering their insightful questions. They were very excited about hearing what it was like to be a member of parliament. After his tour of the school Mr Wild offered an invitation for Gaywood pupils to visit the Houses of Parliament for a guided tour which the children were excited about.”