Edgbaston MP visits Catholic girls school

Gisela Stewart pictured with Dr Casserly, and Head Girl Team and pink wearing pupils and the award winning National PiXL Trophy, which St Paul’s were awarded for outstanding 2014 GCSE results

Gisela Stewart pictured with Dr Casserly, and Head Girl Team and pink wearing pupils and the award winning National PiXL Trophy, which St Paul’s were awarded for outstanding 2014 GCSE results

The St Paul’s School for Girls was extremely honoured to welcome Gisela Stewart, MP for Edgbaston, on Friday 24th October to meet their first A level Government and Politics students.

Ms. Steward first met the girls when she visited the school five years ago, when they were in Year8 and it is thought that maybe she inspired some of them to become interested in politics! As an MP, Ms Steward is delighted this subject is on the curriculum. She commented, “I am so pleased the girls have the opportunity to study politics and Government at St Paul’s.”

Ms. Stewart was welcomed by the Head Girl Team and Dr Casserly presented her with some specially made pink Cup-cakes to mark Breast Awareness day. The whole school went pink to raise money for Breast Awareness Day with both staff and pupils wearing pink to raise money for the charity.