Published: 14:14, 03 November 2017
Kent MP Michael Fallon has made his first public appearance since his resignation as Defence Secretary amid allegations of misbehaviour among MPs.
Sir Michael was at the Weald of Kent Girls Grammar School in Tonbridge for its official opening and spoke at the event, declaring it his "proudest moment".
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He quit his job as Defence Secretary earlier this week, admitting his behaviour had fallen short of what might be expected of someone holding that position.
The first "new" grammar school opened its doors to 120 pupils in September, after a lengthy campaign by parents in Sevenoaks.
The annexe cost £11 million and has 25 classrooms, sports and school hall as well as a lecture theatre.
Over the coming years, the number of pupils will grow to 450.
The opening came more than four years after a campaign was launched by parents Sarah and Andrew Shilling to create grammar places in Sevenoaks, so children did not have to travel long distances to attend school.
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