Iain Duncan Smith MP visits Forest School

PUBLISHED: 09:47 21 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:47 21 June 2016

Forest pupil Molly demonstrates an experiment for the MP

Forest pupil Molly demonstrates an experiment for the MP


Social page: The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP visited Forest School’s science block

Head Girl Alex Bush, Head Boy Callum Thomson, Iain Duncan Smith and Warden Antony FaccinelloHead Girl Alex Bush, Head Boy Callum Thomson, Iain Duncan Smith and Warden Antony Faccinello

Forest School’s science block extension was officially opened by The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP on April 29. The extension, which took one year to construct, includes six new state-of-the-art laboratories and two technician rooms. On his arrival at the School, Mr Duncan Smith was greeted by Forest’s Combined Cadet Forces drummers who performed for the MP. Year Seven pupils Harry, Maxwell and Saanvi then gave Mr Duncan Smith a tour of the School. Forest’s head of science Ian Honeysett, head boy Callum Thomson and head girl Alex Bush then showed Mr Duncan Smith around the new extension, laboratories and meeting Forest pupils.

A stop by the Pre-Preparatory SchoolA stop by the Pre-Preparatory School

Mr Duncan Smith greeted by the CCFMr Duncan Smith greeted by the CCF

Mr Duncan Smith meets pupilsMr Duncan Smith meets pupils

Mr Duncan Smith officially opened the extensionMr Duncan Smith officially opened the extension

Old Forester Tony MartinOld Forester Tony Martin

The MP gets involved with an experimentThe MP gets involved with an experiment


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