SFG College parents set to meet with Minister for Schools
Education: Secondary / Fri 17th Nov 2023 at 05:46pm
THE CHIEF executive of BMAT, the organisation that oversees SFG College has detailed arrangements for a meeting with the government’s schools minister.
Helena Mills said: “I am writing to provide further details about the parent meeting taking place on the 30th of November.
“The meeting will allow parents the opportunity to put their questions to Baroness Barran (Minister for School Systems), Robert Halfon MP, representatives from Harlow and Essex council, and myself. Please find below a full list of details around time, location, and how you can book to come along.
As previously mentioned, the event will be held on Thursday 30th November. Please arrive between 18:45 and 18:55, as we will be starting promptly at 19:00. The event is scheduled to run until 20:00.
We have decided to host this event within the main hall of the temporary accommodation onsite at SFG College. Please note that there will be no parking available onsite for parents, and we ask everyone to be considerate when parking in the local area.
Please note booking is essential.
We want to ensure as many parents as would like to attend, are able to do so. There will be a ticketing system and we are restricting tickets to only one per household. Tickets will be made available to all parents via ParentPay. The first set of tickets will be released at 10am Monday 20th November. A further set will be released on at 7pm on Tuesday 21st November. There will also be an option to submit questions ahead of the meeting available via ParentPay. This will ensure the most important issues are addressed promptly on the night.
We are currently reviewing provisions to set up a live stream of the event on our YouTube page so people are able to tune in even if they cannot make it in person.
“As always, if you have any questions, please email: [email protected]”.
Ms. Helena Mills CBE
CEO, BMAT Education
Your issuing a ticket system it's not new years eve it's kids education hope who evers lucky to get booked in rips you all to bits good school lol
There are over 1000 parents so ticketing it to control attendance makes sense. They don’t have a large enough building so could never accommodate everyone if they all turned up and it should mean genuine parents can attend the meeting and not the general public taking up all the space