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National Parents Council Important Survey

Invitation for all parents to participate
National Parents Council Important Survey

Please have your say and express your concerns through the National Parents Council

The National Parents Council Post Primary (NPCPP) represents and advocates for parents/guardians and their children in the post primary education system. We engage with the Department of Education and all other partners and stakeholders in education including students and parents of schools in all sectors.Your ongoing input and the engagement of your school’s Parents Association with the NPCPP ensures the best representation at national level, of your views and concerns and is crucial in ensuring the voice of post primary parents is active and heard at discussions and advisory group consultations where decisions affecting our children’s education are taken. Please take 5 minutes to reflect on the questions in this brief survey, have your views aired through returning your responses and ensure that the parent body in your school is affiliated to NPCPP.

You can use the following link to complete the survey >>>>

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