As the leading organisation championing parental participation in education and school life, PTA UK frequently works with education authorities, central government and policy makers, and other interested bodies to represent our members' views. One of the ways we do this is by contributing to, and inviting our members to contribute to, consultations.
See below for a list of current open consultations parents can contribute to, and details of older consultations PTA UK has contributed to.
Current open consultations
Implementation of T level programmes. Closes 8 Feb 2018. England.
Changes to the teaching of Sex & Relationship Education and PSHE. Closes 12 Feb 2018. England.
Keeping children safe in education. Closes 22 Feb 2018. England.
Recently closed consultations
Eligibility for free school meals and the early years pupil premium under Universal Credit. Closed 11 January 2018. England.
Our consultation responses and contributions
Giving parents a voice in education - our response to the Education Committee's report into MATs - Feb 2017 England.
"Schools that Work for Everyone" consultation: our response - Dec 2016 England.
All-Party Parliamentary Group for Education: How well do schools prepare young people for their future careers? - June 2016 England.
Education Select Committee on the purpose and quality of education in England - Feb 2016 England.
Reports and outcomes of consultations
Department of Education Northern Ireland - Proposed changes to eligibility criteria for free school meals and uniform grants, July 2017 Northern Ireland.
Llywodraeth Cymru/Welsh Government - Harmonising school term dates for 2018 to 2019, summary of responses, June 2017 Wales.
Department for Education - Wraparound and holiday childcare: Parent and childcare provider ‘rights to request’, May 2016 England.