The Parent Education Conference aims to provide parents with crucial information that can assist them in supporting their child’s education in the UK. The event will also reveal the truth about a variety of issues and make sure parents aren’t misled when making important choices concerning the education of their children.
Date: Saturday 4 May 2019
Location: Jo Richardson Community School, 28 Gale Street, Dagenham, RM9 4UN
Ticket price: £15.25
Topics discussed at the event will focus on:
- Key curriculum changes and the impact they can have on students
- Making the right choices concerning GCSE options
- Building understanding of post-16 and post-18 options
- Essential information about Oxford, Cambridge and Russell Group universities
- Opportunities that can create more value in a child’s education
- The role of the EBACC and facilitating subjects
There will be several education professionals speaking at the event who have a great amount of experience and knowledge. These include Head of Year 11 teacher Susan Gakungu, Director of Sixth Form Munira Said, Deputy Headteacher Sukaina Sesay, Assistant Headteacher Louise Charles and Alexander Olive from Target Oxbridge. Target Oxbridge is a for-profit social enterprise that ‘identifies talented black students’ and assists them in securing places in Cambridge and Oxford universities.
Ticket refunds are allowed till April 15 2019 and if the purchaser is unable to attend, they can pass the ticket on to someone else to attend in their absence.
Some of the money raised from the event will go towards providing education to disadvantaged students in Kenya.