A Level students at Bromley College of Further & Higher Education's Orpington Campus were delighted to welcome Jo for Orpington, for a politics Q&A session on Friday 7 February.
Spending time with the Government and Politics A Level students in their class, he got to grips with some tricky questions from the audience, ranging from the state of the economy, to his thoughts on bankers bonuses, the coalition government, and the success of free schools.
Jo said: "It was tremendous fun to meet a number of engaging young students at the Orpington campus and to hear their views on an impressive array of topics. I was also thrilled to learn more about the plans for a new food and enterprise course. Young people with outstanding skills are vital to the future of the hospitality sector and this new college will be a flagship centre in Orpington."
Politics A Level student, Jamie Freeman, aged 20, described the Q&A session with Jo Johnson as "really interesting and informative, he answered all our questions with his own views which was great."
Helen Hall, A Level tutor, said: "Jo's visit today provided our students with an invaluable opportunity to ask him some burning questions about politics and government. Their challenging questions covered a wide range of areas and Jo's answers gave them plenty to think about."
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