CULCHETH Primary was one of just six UK schools invited to visit 10 Downing Street and quiz Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

Pupils from year five and six travelled to London to take part in a Children's Lobby and ask questions about the future of the country.

The children got a behind-the-scenes tour with the chance to meet people working there and ask them questions about their jobs and career routes.

Head teacher, Amanda Dodd, said: "Culcheth Primary school were offered a tremendous opportunity to visit Downing Street and interview the Prime Minister as part of a Children’s Lobby.

"We were given a behind-the-scenes tour of Downing Street, including sitting around the famous table in the Cabinet Room, seeing the room where Winston Churchill slept during the war and being in the Press Room.

"It was the most amazing experience; one that the children will remember for ever."