The Foreign Secretary asked to visit pupils at St George's Junior School after reading copies of letters written to David Cameron discussing issues facing the world.

Year 5 pupils touched on topics such as the environment, diseases, clean drinking water, war and people who live without shelter, offering solutions to these problems.

Henry said: "We can fix God's beautiful world. Humans can save humans. We must save God's creation."

Aidan said: "I want to make a difference. We need to make a difference."

Due to the standard of the letters Philip Hammond, MP for Runnymede and Weybridge, asked to visit the Weybridge school in person to answer the pupils' questions on Friday, January 23.

Mr Hammond said: "The pupils had composed such well thought out letters and it was great to have the opportunity to respond to their challenges in person."

Headteacher Antony Hudson said: "It was a great privilege to welcome Mr Hammond back to the junior school. He gave very transparent and helpful answers to the intelligent questions that the children asked him providing a fascinating insight into his political career to date and his enormous current responsibilities."