Have Your Say at DfE Meetings This Month

SB twitterParents of summer born children: Your chance to tell the Department for Education what you think…

LONDON –  Tue 16th August – 11.30 – 13.00
SHEFFIELD –  Wed 17th August – 11.30 -13.30
DARLINGTON –  Tue 23rd August – 12.00 – 13:30
MANCHESTER –  Wed 24th August – 12.00 – 14.00

The  PTA UK website reads: “PTA UK met with the Department for Education (DfE) recently to discuss giving parents a say on future education policy and what happens in our schools. We are pleased to say that the DfE is running informal discussion sessions in August to give you a chance to share your experiences and ideas.

The sessions:
Do you want to influence education policy? Join the Department for Education for an informal discussion about how your child’s school informs, engages and involves you and other parents and anything that could be improved. This discussion will shape the development of future policy and is an opportunity for you to influence the Department with your ideas. We look forward to hearing about your experiences and discussing how the Department can make a difference in how parents participate in education in the future. Refreshments will be provided.

Sign up here for our brand new parent ebulletin, and you’ll receive regular updates from PTA UK about how you as a parent can support and have a say on your child’s education.

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3 Responses to Have Your Say at DfE Meetings This Month

  1. Zoya says:

    Already sold… Good luck to all the Summerborn Parents!


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