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    Admissions Forum (Camden Council)

    (Also known as Education Admissions Forum)
    Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
    Monitors and reviews admission arrangements to Camden schools. Membership includes representatives from the local authority (2 councillors), community schools (6 representatives), voluntary adied schools (4)academy schools (1), Dioceses (2), parents (3) and community (2).
    020 7974 5319 Fax: 020 7974 5921

    Anti Academies Alliance

    (AAA)
    National membership organisation opposed to the creation of academy schools. Active in Camden. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    07528 201 697

    Bromfield Educational Foundation

    St Andrew StreetLondonEC4A 3AB
    Charitable trust offering supplementary educational grants to people under 25 who have lived for two years or more in the area or have an association with the area bordered by Guilford Street, Southampton Row, High Holborn, Chancery Lane, Breams Buildings, Stonecutter Street, Farringdon Road, Herbal…
    020 7583 7394 Fax: 020 7583 3488

    Campaign for State Education

    (CASE)
    Membership campaign for the right of all to the highest quality state education. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    07743 503920

    Children Schools and Families Refugee Forum (Camden Council)

    (Formerly Refugee Education Forum)
    Crowndale Centre218-220, Eversholt StreetLondonNW1 1BD
    Forum for refugee communities to consult with officers in the Children, Schools and Families Directorate on education, employment and training. Open to school representatives, refugee community representatives, refugee parents and professional and voluntary/statutory bodies working with refugees.
    020 7974 7319 Fax: 020 7974 2197

    Comprehensive Future

    LondonSW20 0WD
    Campaign group for fair school admission policies and equality of opportunity within the education system in England. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
    020 8947 5758

    Education Otherwise

    Kings LynnPE34 3XW
    Help, information and advice for parents wanting to educate their children at home. Regular meetings for children and parents in London. Helpline provides recorded details of volunteers willing to take telephone enquiries.
    0845 478 6345 (Helpline)

    About Local Offer Education Welfare Service (Camden Council)

    5 Pancras Squarec/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street LondonWC1H 9JE
    Deals with school attendance and truancy, prosecutes parents for non-attendance of children and liaises with other organisations to run Truancy Patrols. Concerned with child protection and welfare, and bullying where pupils are not attending school. Gives advice and training on how to improve attendance to…
    020 7974 1653 Fax: 020 7974 4035 020 7974 7152

    Holborn and St Pancras Secondary School Campaign

    (Also known as Where Is My School? Campaign)
    Campaign organised by local parents who want the provision of a secondary school for children living south of Euston Road in the wards of Holborn and Covent Garden, Bloomsbury and King's Cross. Jan 2011 - bid in partnership with the Institute of Education submitted to…

    Independent Review Panel (Camden Council)

    (Formerly known as School Exclusion Appeals Panel)
    Room 220Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
    Independent panel of trained volunteers who decide on school exclusion appeals.
    020 7974 1914 020 7974 5921
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