George Freeman MP interviewed by Attleborough High School student

Mid Norfolk MP, George Freeman, was grilled by Attleborough High School student, Zoe Arnold, during a visit to the School last Friday. The Year 8 pupil was taking part in the BBC News School Report, an annual initiative that gives 11-16 year-old students the chance to make their own news reports for a real audience.

George met the Head and senior teachers and was invited to participate in a House Assembly about the School’s trip to New York last month.

George said, “I really enjoyed being interviewed by Zoe. Who knows? She may be the next Fiona Bruce or Kate Adie. Norfolk is home to so many talented, young people and they deserve the very best education and opportunities we can provide.”

| BBC School Report

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