Chloe Smith
MP for Norwich North

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Chloe SMith visits St Clements Hill Primary Academy

On Friday, I visited the new Primary Academy in the NR3 area, St Clements Hill Primary Academy. It was a pleasure to meet Executive Headteacher, Glenn Russell for a tour of the school site and to discuss ways to work with the Academy for the benefit of the local area. St Clements has facilities i...

A new year and my ongoing priorities for you.

A new year and my ongoing priorities for you.   I want to wish you all a Happy New Year and all the best for 2019. As we begin a new year, I wanted to take this opportunity to keep you updated of the key areas of work I am focusing on for our city.   1) I want to ensure there ...

Budget 2018: Schools and education

Measures announced at the Budget will provide additional support necessary to help children get the care, education and support they need. I am pleased to see that the core schools budget is at a record high this year, standing at more than £42 billion rising to £43.5billion by 2019/20. ...

Budget 2018

   Yesterday in Parliament the Chancellor presented the Government’s Budget to the House of Commons. The Budget has great significance to many of my constituents and local businesses so I wanted to write this short piece to inform you about the significant announcements in the Bud...

Visit to my old High School

  This month I was invited back to my old school.  Twenty years ago this summer, I picked up my GCSE results at my comprehensive school in Methwold, west Norfolk.  Twenty years ago, I was also getting interested in my community and the world around me.  Twenty years later, I a...

Chloe Smith MP visits Old Catton Junior School

'1,264' is the answer to 'how many clocks are there in the House of Commons?' (I didn't know the answer- I had to look it up!) Thank you to Old Catton Junior School for inviting me to come to answer this and many other great questions today. It was a pleasure to meet with Year...

GSCE Results Day

A big well done to everyone who’s worked hard and collected their exam results today. I know how much schools, teachers and parents put in to help you get there too.    Good luck in your next choices and don’t forget that Norwich has loads to offer. Schools are improving ...

Reporting Back: Special Educational Needs

Last week, the Education Secretary has announced a multi-million pound investment in state-of-the-art facilities for children with special educational needs, helping to ensure that every child has the best start in life. We are giving councils across the country £680 million to create 40,00...

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