Burngreave Education Forum

  • How can we support parents?

  • How do we avoid exclusions?

  • What do we need to do to keep our children and young people in school?

  • How do young people get an education even if they are excluded from school?

Burngreave New Deal for Communities, Children and Young People’s Directorate, Shiregreen/Burngreave Service District and local schools invite you to the first…

Burngreave Education Forum Tuesday 10th June 2008 5.45pm – 7.30pm Vestry Hall

The Programme

5.45 – 6.15 refreshments and a chance to see our displays

Then, hear from some of those involved in schools or other services about this issue and have a chance to make your views known and to take part in a discussion.

For more details contact: Liri Kodhelaj from Family Advocacy Team on 233 1189 or Jon Cowley from New Deal on 292 2908

Burngreave Education Forum
5:45pm to 7:30pm Tuesday 10 June 2008

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