The role of governors in schools – and how parents can get involved

Nina Sharma
23 November 2021
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Senior Policy and Information Officer, Nina Sharma from the National Governance Association talks about the role of governing boards in schools and how a positive parent-school relationship can add to the success of the school. As a parent or carer, you are hugely important to your child’s education and personal development. Engaging with your child’s school will benefit their education and provides the opportunity for you to share what’s going well and what needs to be improved.

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Will your child get online tutoring this year at school?

05 November 2021
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The impact of Covid-19 and the disruption to learning has seen a rise in the number of children needing specific, personalised intervention and support at school. You may know of children receiving online tutoring through school or heard about the different government catch-up funds available this academic year, but do you know what funding is available, which option is best for your child or your school, and what the money can be used for?

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Spin to win donations for your PTA throughout November!

03 November 2021
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Spin to Win has landed at easyfundraising, which means your PTA has 1000s of opportunities to win this November. Spin the wheel to be in with a chance of winning anything from 10p - £50 in donations every day throughout November.

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Supporting your child with their mental health: starting positive conversations

03 November 2021
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Young people are struggling with their mental health not lea...

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Help us create a safe internet for children

25 October 2021
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By law, children must be age-verified in order to use particular apps and services. TrustElevate has built its platform with government funding, to enable child age verification and parental consent, which gives children safe access to online learning, social media and banking platforms. This also protects children from inappropriate contact from adults posing as their peers.

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