BRISTOL North West MP Darren Jones visited Trinity Academy for a tour of the school and a question and answer session with Year 8 and Year 10 students.
The Labour MP shared his journey from his early life in Shirehampton to the House of Commons. He fielded questions from students which ranged from an MP’s salary to the development around Filton Airport and how young people’s voices are being heard.
Mr Jones also met a group of students from Trinity’s Parliament.
The secondary school in Lockleaze opened in 2020 and moved into its £24m buildings a year later. The premises include a 570-seater concert hall and other facilities linked to Trinity’s specialism in music and the performing arts.