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Ministerial visit becomes a real drama.

EDUCATION Minister Nicky Morgan was entertained by students acting out a Shakespeare play when she made a visit to a Nuneaton school.

She called in at George Eliot School and watched as a drama group were put through their paces by teacher Lucy Haywood, directing a scene from Twelfth Night.

Mrs Morgan also dropped in on a Spanish language class and chatted to pupils at the Caldwell school, after taking part in an hour-long discussion with headteachers from around the borough.

"I had heard of the terrific work being achieved at George Eliot and it was great to see the students being so enthusiastic," she said.

Mrs Morgan, also Minister for Women and Equalities, also visited the Blue Sky Centre, on the George Eliot Hospital site, which helps victims of rape and sexual abuse.

| Education Minister Nicky Morgan chats with a class of |Spanish language students during her visit to George Eliot School in Nuneaton. Below, the minister watches drama teacher Lucy Haywood direct students in a scene from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.

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Date:Nov 29, 2014
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