IEB drop-in session at St James School

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Drop-in session
Two members of the IEB, namely Bill Bales and Janet Broadley, will be available for the Parent/Carer Drop-in at the School tomorrow, Wednesday, 23rd November from 2pm to 5pm.

Please note an appointment is not necessary.

#Communication with the IEB
The IEB would like your views as to how, if you wish, you would like to communicate with them. It may be you would like the drop–in times changing or you would prefer some other way of communicating with them.

There is a slip to complete in this week's school newsletter which should be returned by Friday Novemebr 25th, and it will be passed on  to the IEB.

The link to the newsletter page on the school website — http://www.audlemstjames.org.uk/news/28826234332.ikml

 

 

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