State school online forum
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This online discussion forum will explore the challenges that development professionals in state schools are facing due to the current crisis. Join us to share ideas and good practice with those working in similar schools. We will be in touch with attendees at the beginning of May to enable you to suggest questions and discussion topics, which will then be circulated ahead of the event.
This forum will be chaired by Clare Atkinson, Development Director, Dr Challoner’s Grammar School. Clare has over 20 years’ experience in development across a range of organisations in both the charity and education sectors and has been Development Director at Dr Challoner’s Grammar School for the last 10 years.
How to sign up
- To register to attend the state school online forum, please go to RSVP for this event and fill out the registration form.
- Attendance for non-IDPE members and corporates will be at the discretion of IDPE. If you are a non-IDPE member or corporate and would like to join the forum, please contact the IDPE office.
- Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If the event is full, please contact the IDPE office so that you can be added to the waiting list.
- Places will be limited to one delegate per school.
- More information including joining instructions, and information on the topics that will be discussed will be sent out to participants closer to the date of the forum so that you can come prepared to share your challenges and ideas.
- A list of attendees will be circulated to all delegates before the forum.
As this is a small group session, if, after registering, you are unable to attend the forum, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can offer the place to someone else.
IDPE online forums
IDPE's new online discussion forums are an opportunity for you to join a small group of peers for a live, online, facilitated discussion and exchange of ideas on a given topic. Places are limited to 10 people per forum in order to allow for all participants to be involved in the detailed discussion. We are piloting a programme of online discussion forums in 2020. We would appreciate your feedback so that we can shape future online discussion forums to best support the needs of our members.