During 2015 the UK Parliament is commemorating the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta, which paved the way for the House of Commons and the democracy we know today.
In line with delivering the citizenship part of the education curriculum, Mersey Vale Primary School in the Heatons invited Ann Coffey to come to talk to their School Council about democracy and to answer their questions about her job as an MP.
14th January 2015
Teachers are on the frontline on the fight against child sexual exploitation, Ann Coffey MP said in a lecture at Manchester University today.
The campaigning MP told 400 trainee and newly qualified teachers at an Inclusion and Social Justice Conference at the University:
“You can make a difference to children’s lives by helping to raise awareness of the issue and recognising the importance of changing attitudes and culture.
The Charnwood Nursery is special in Stockport. As a Christian charitable Trust, Charnwood has led the way in the provision of nursery education where children with disabilities learn and play together with other more able children. Each child is valued and respected as an individual.
I have made many visits to Charnwood over the years and was very privileged to have been invited to their 50th Anniversary celebrations last year.