NPC – ‘Make a Difference Re-Imagining the Summer Programme in Ireland’

Greetings from the National Parents Council Primary, we are reaching out to you regarding the upcoming consultation event ‘Make a Difference : Re-imagining the Summer Programme in Ireland’NPC Special Education Assembly on the 22nd of October this Saturday in Dublin to shine a light on the challenges to tackle to make the Summer programme in Ireland work for those who need it!

Due to the great response that we received from parents, more spots have now been made available and hence it would be remiss of us if we didn’t make an attempt to get the message out to all the parents whose voice truly matters for this important discussion. We would highly appreciate it if you could forward and share this event information to all relevant parents so that their voice is represented on the day of the event.

There will be speakers from the Government of Malta to discuss their model for a Summer School Programme (Skolasajf), the Department of Education, Ireland, and the National Council for Special Education( NCSE) present for this consultation event.  Just in case you forgot to register for this event, we have added details regarding the same below:

When : 22nd October, 11 AM – 4 PM

Where : Ashling Hotel Dublin, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8

Please register for free using the link provided here: Reimagining the Summer Programme: NPC Special Education Needs Assembly Tickets, Sat 22 Oct 2022 at 11:00 | Eventbrite

We have added the survey link here for your reference: 

(This survey will allow us to understand the existing perspectives of parents of children with special educational needs in Ireland.)

Please note that limited spots are available, and parents can attend the event only with a valid Eventbrite registration.

The event is completely FREE, and a complimentary lunch is included so that the parents will get precious time to meet and talk with each other.

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