Supporting Our Local Schools

School funding levels have risen in recent years. However, the proportion of funding available for high needs education has not kept up. I have been campaigning hard for more Government funding, and will continue to apply pressure. 

News

The Russell School Launches Plastic Campaign

Zac Goldsmith MP addressed the assembly at the Russell School on 21 June, and heard directly from the pupils about their campaign to reduce plastic waste at the school.

The Russel School Launches Plastic Campaign

Zac Goldsmith MP addressed the assembly at the Russell School on 21 June, and heard directly from the pupils about their campaign to reduce plastic waste at the school.

Has Your School Visited Parliament?

Zac Goldsmith MP has written to every school in his constituency to encourage them to organise trips to Parliament for their students. After being given a tour by Parliamentary guides, Zac meets them for a Q&A session covering national and local politics.

American Students, Richmond University

Zac Goldsmith MP invited a group of American politics students from Western New England University, currently studying at Richmond University, to see him in Parliament for a tour and a Q+A session.

Richmond Park Academy Student Alliance Visit Parliament

Students from the Richmond Park Academy visited Parliament to meet Richmond Park and North Kingston MP Zac Goldsmith and be given a tour of the building followed by a Q+A with the MP. They were accompanied by Head Master Paul Mundy- Castle.

Zac Goldsmith MP said:

The Mall School

Year 8 students from The Mall School visited Parliament for a tour of the buildings followed by a Q+A with their MP, Zac Goldsmith.  The visit was part of a wider programme for Year 8 boys leaving the School.

Zac Meets with Local NHS Leaders

Zac Goldsmith MP met with local NHS Leaders to talk about local services and in particular mental health services in Richmond and across South West London.

Zac sends off Barnes Primary Charity Cyclists

Zac sends off Barnes Primary Charity Cyclists

 

Zac Goldsmith MP was at Barnes Primary School to help give a send off to the 30 parents who are cycling 200 miles from the school to Paris. Headteacher Mark Hartley is among the riders.