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RSA West Midlands: Education Event

Fellowship Event

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Assay Studios, Birmingham

  • Fellowship

Join us for this first education themed event for RSA Fellows taking place at the offices of the Central RSA Academies Trust in Birmingham.

At this event, Christine Quinn, Regional Schools Commissioner for the West Midlands and FRSA, will be joining this first education themed event for RSA Fellows taking place at the offices of the Central RSA Academies Trust in Birmingham.

Christine will introduce the evening by giving her perspective of the opportunities and challenges facing schools education in the West Midlands at present, before opening up a wider discussion.

We will then move on to a discussion as to how Fellows of the RSA might contribute to addressing these challenges, including through opportunities to work with the RSA’s Family of Academies.

Refreshments will be served. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies. If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, or have any other queries please contact adam.richardson@rsaacademies.org.uk.

 

Location:  Assay Studios, Newhall Street, Birmingham, B3 1BF

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