An appetite for a new way of learning

Pupils at a Sefton primary school showed their appetite for healthy eating during a visit from their local MP.

Bill Esterson MP visited Ursuline Catholic Primary School where he witnessed the school’s innovative approach to teaching children about nutrition.

Taking a tour of classrooms with headteacher Mark McQueen, Mr Esterson saw first-hand how teachers use technology to encourage better mealtime choices.

Joining children in Year 2, the MP took part in a fun science lesson, where pupils used digital resources to learn about the human body, and the importance of nutrition.

Headteacher Mark McQueen said: “We were delighted to welcome Bill Esterson to our school. The visit was a fantastic opportunity for us to celebrate our commitment both to healthy eating and digital technology, which really helps us to bring lessons to life for our pupils.”

Bill Esterson MP said: “It was a pleasure to visit Ursuline, a brilliant primary school in the constituency that really makes me proud of Sefton Central. The pupils were really enthused in their lesson, the use of technology was seamlessly integrated to keep interest up and apply their knowledge practically.

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