Want to know what plans our local educational establishments have for keeping students safe this autumn and winter?
Well, in her latest online community conversation – “Education: Staying Safe in the Time of Covid” Thursday 15th October, 6 – 7:30 pm – Bath MP Wera Hobhouse will share the podium with local speakers representing education from primary school through to university.
Together they will discuss how our schools and universities have been rising to the challenges of Covid over the past months, and look ahead to hear about their plans for the autumn and winter. How can education continue to deliver to our young people while we keep our city safe?
- Sue Adams, Headteacher, Roundhill Primary School
- Andy Greenhough, Headteacher, Ralph Allen School
- Professor Bernie Morley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost, University of Bath
- Francesco Masala, SU President, University of Bath
- Cllr Kevin Guy, Cabinet Member for Children’s Services, BANES Council
Don’t miss this important public conversation and the opportunity to pose your questions to Wera and the speakers. Please register for your free Zoom place via this link.https://www.werahobhouse.co.uk/education_staying_safe