Theresa May MP joined the staff and children on Thursday afternoon to learn how the school community is dealing with the challenges of remote learning.
After answering questions from children in Years 3 to 6, ranging from how it felt to be Prime Minister to what her favourite pair of shoes are, she was shown a collection of the high quality of work being submitted by children across all grades.
Theresa commented: “It was an absolute pleasure to drop in and visit Courthouse Junior School in this way”.
“I was encouraged to hear how well the pupils are adapting to the circumstances and was impressed by their eager and courteous questions. We are grateful to the staff and families across the region for all they are doing at this time, and I look forward to being able to visit Courthouse School again soon, in person.”