Nigel Huddleston MP visited Prince Henry's High School to tour the facilities and take part in a question and answer assembly last week.

The Q&A, which was attended by sixth form students, allowed the young people to ask the Mid Worcestershire MP questions on a broad range of topics, in a session that showcased their vast interest in politics and current affairs.

Following the Q&A, Mr Huddleston said: "I was seriously impressed by the vibrant intellect and inquisitive spirit displayed by Prince Henry's Sixth Form students.

Evesham Journal: Mr Huddleston remarked at the quality of the questions asked of him by the sixth formers

"Their thoughtful questions during our Q&A assembly underscore the school's dedication to nurturing informed and engaged young minds."

Following the Q&A assembly, he joined the school's senior team, which includes headteacher Dr Tony Evans and senior deputy headteacher Ben Freeman, for a detailed tour of the school.

Evesham Journal: Mr Huddleston (centre) pictured with the school's headteacher, Dr Tony Evans (right), and senior

Despite having visited the school many times before, it was a chance for the MP to have a detailed, first-hand look at the facilities and academic environment at the upper school.

Following his visit, Mr Huddleston said: "I am very grateful to the Prince Henry's community, particularly the senior team, for the warm welcome and the insightful tour."