Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt MP recently visited The Hive in Worcester with Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Worcester, Cllr Joy Squires. On the same day, Tristram Hunt MP also visited the RSA Academy Arrow Vale with Labour's Parliamentary Candidate for Redditch Rebecca Blake.
Labour's Shadow Education Secretary
with Labour's Parliamentary Candidate for Redditch Rebecca Blake and local students
After a tour around The Hive, Tristram Hunt MP met with local Head Teachers to discuss school standards, what works best with teacher training, and some of the challenges of attracting high-quality graduates into teaching.
Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary also met with teacher training students and talked to them about their experiences in school and how they can help to raise school standards.
Tristram Hunt MP and Labour's Parliamentary Candidate for Worcester Cllr Joy Squires
at The Hive in Worcestershire
In Redditch, Tristram Hunt MP took part in an unscripted Question and Answer session with local students.
Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary said that a future Labour government would focus on building stronger links between school education and businesses to ensure better careers advice and practical work experience for young people.
After the Q&A, Tristram Hunt MP said: