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The first meeting of the Audlem St James' school Parents' Forum with the Interim Executive Board (IEB) will be held at 6.30pm on Wednesday, 28th March at the school: both the Interim Head and Head Designate will be present.

This first meeting will discuss parameters; to establish what the Forum is and isn’t; how the agenda will be determined and how it is ensured all parents are able to voice their views on matters within the remit of the Forum.

The IEB says: "Our aim, as always, will be focussed on the highest provision possible for all the children at the school."

The IEB wishes to thank Melanie Cole, Julia Teale, Deborah Varley, Rachel Wycherley, Alison Rayne, Hilary Serif and Gary Suggate for their expressions of interest in being involved in the School’s Parents' Forum.  

 

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