As pupils have returned from the summer holidays, Luke Pollard has been visiting a number of primary schools in his patch.
Luke’s been talking to students about what his role is as their MP and what the function of the House of Commons is.
Several schools have also been electing their school councils during this time, and Luke’s also been offering them some advice on how to best work together over the coming school year.
“Visiting schools is one of the highlights of being Plymouth’s Member of Parliament, and it’s been lovely to properly meet pupils across the city again after the disruption of the pandemic.
It’s clear from talking to them and their teachers, that they’re really enjoying being back in classroom learning with their classmates.
It’s been great to also hear from newly-elected school councillors as they think about what they could do to improve their schools. So many of them want their schools to be greener, friendlier places, which I think is something we can all get behind.”