Paralympic star visits Dagenham primary school
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A British wheelchair tennis player, who won silver at the Paralympics, spoke to pupils about his successful sporting career.
Andrew Lapthorne paid a visit to Dorothy Barley School, in Davington Road, Dagenham, on Tuesday.
The 22-year-old took up wheelchair tennis in 2005 and competed in his first Paralympics last year, winning a silver in the quad doubles.
He spoke to pupils about his impressive career and taking part in the Games.