BORIS Johnson yesterday met with Ukrainian kids who have fled Putin’s bombs for the sanctuary of Britain’s schools.
The PM chatted with tiny tots at St Mary Cray Primary school in Orpington to see how they are settling into their new lives.
And he saw how the giant operation to help kids catch up with their schoolwork after Covid went.
Yesterday, the PM penned an open letter to all children of Ukraine to tell them “you are not alone”.
He said: “You may be separated from your friends at home, but you have millions of others all over the world.
“Here, in the United Kingdom, we fly Ukrainian flags from our homes, offices, churches, shops and playgrounds.”
He said he believes Ukraine will “in this war” and they will get to “return to your homes, your schools, your families…the UK will never forget you and always be proud to call you our friends.”