Lord Lexden's visit to St Aubyn's School, Woodford Green

St Aubyn's School | 29 Apr 2019 | Top News Story
St Aubyn’s School pupils and staff were delighted to welcome Lord Lexden, President of the Independent Schools Association, on 26 April. Lord Lexden is a political historian and Conservative peer who took his seat in the House of Lords in 2011.
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As part of the ‘Peers in Schools’ programme organised by the Lord Speaker’s Office, Lord Lexden spoke to Senior pupils about the differences between the House of Lords and the House of Commons, the role and composition of the House of Lords and how bills are passed.

He met members of the School Council and was impressed to learn about their recent assembly on gender stereotyping and about the School Eco-Committee which recently took part in the Great British Clean up.

Lord Lexden also answered questions from pupils on topics including how he became interested in politics, what qualities are required to be a peer and the ubiquitous subject of Brexit.

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St. Aubyn’s School is a co-educational independent school for 525 children aged 3 to 13.

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