Enterprising young students from St Bernard's Catholic Grammar School were thrilled to be praised by Prime Minister Theresa May.

The students from the school in Langley Road, Langley were taking part in the Young Enterprise Trade Fair in Maidenhead on February 3.

They had come up with two of their own ideas. The first was for a company called SPIRIT which would activities designed to improve the body and mind, while the other for one called Limitless Fitness providing fitness and health guides.

Mrs May spoke with students Olivia Crosby and Michael O'Shea from the Limitless Fitness business group and praised them for their logo No Excuses. She then met team SPIRIT students Clare Critcher and Ammy Samuels who explained that their products are very much in keeping with her government's initiative towards supporting mental health issues.

St Bernard's headteacher Paul Kassapian said "It was a great opportunity for our Sixth Form Students. Having the confidence to talk with the Prime Minister can't have been easy but our students have demonstrated that they have the high level skills and qualities that are needed to succeed in today's economic environment."