to grill Burnham-On-Sea's MP during 'Question Time'
MP Tessa Munt will be among the politicians from the main parties
being grilled by sixth form students from Highbridge's King Alfred
School this week.
pupils will be taking part in a special version of 'Question Time'
this Friday (15th June) when, as part of their 'enrichment week',
the sixth formers will be preparing challenging questions.
Gaskell, Head of Sixth Form at The King Alfred School, told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"The panel of representatives from the Conservative Party,
Labour Party, UKIP and the Liberal Democrats will no doubt face
a friendly grilling from students who are concerned about Britains
economic future. The panel and discussion will be chaired by one
of our sixth form student leaders who will attempt to do what
few political journalists manage: to force politicians to actually
answer the question!"
occasion will offer the chance for our sixth form students to
engage in important issues of the day and to air their views on
local, national and international issues."
are living in uncertain times and the younger generation are being
particularly affected. We have high expectations for our sixth
form students and we have an increasing number who receive good
offers from leading UK universities."