Live Stream

12th August 2020

In September our schools will be opened and all pupils must return to compulsory education.  How can parents feel confident that their children can return to school safely and what steps are headteachers taking with the advice of the LEA to enable this to happen?

To discuss this topic, I will be joined in the studio with a panel of parents organised by Rock the Cotswolds.  And on the zoom conference call, I am delighted to welcome Charlotte Jones the Acting Director of Education for Gloucestershire  County Council and three local headmasters. 

If you have questions relating to the theme, please email  or ask your question during the live stream on The Barn Facebook page or other platforms such as the Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Facebook page

The session will be filmed and live-streamed from the Barn Theatre where the production crew will be strictly adhering to government guidelines on social distancing.

 
Where to watch:
The Cotswold Conservatives Facebook Page, the Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Facebook page, Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown’s Facebook page and the Fairford and Lechlade Business Club Facebook page will all be hosting the stream.

 

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1. The UK passed the world’s first Climate Change Act over a decade ago with cross-party support. This gave us both a framework to set statutory carbon budgets and set up the independent Committee on Climate Change.

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