Students studying for A-levels at City of Wolverhampton College will be finding out about the House of Lords during a visit from The Right Honourable Lord Hunt of Kings Heath OBE PC, this Friday (20 January).
Lord Hunt will be talking about the role of the House in parliament, how the chamber works, select committees and the House of Lords reform.
Students taking A-levels in business, English, history, law, politics, psychology and sociology will be attending the talk and will have the opportunity to take part in a question and answer session with Lord Hunt at the end of his presentation.
Sally Slater, curriculum manager for A-levels at the college, said: “We are privileged that Lord Hunt has been able to make time in his busy schedule to speak to our A-level students and they are looking forward to an inspiring talk about the role of the House of Lords in the UK parliament.”
The college offers A-levels in 14 subjects, including politics, law and environmental science, as well as an access programme for people who need to improve their GCSE science grades to enable them to progress to A-levels in biology, chemistry and physics.
Get details of all A-level courses on offer at the college here