The Ripple Effect

Noun: the continuing and spreading results of an event or action.

News has spread quickly this week and lots of parents from all schools have been discussing the changes to the Christmas 2016 term dates.  What with the lack of consultation and formal notification discussion has predictably moved online.  If you want to get involved and see what people are saying on social media here are some of the groups that are associated with our Schools in MAC.

St Brigid’s Parent FB group here > https://www.facebook.com/groups/1711270135760137/

St Brigid’s Twitter account here > https://twitter.com/BrigidsSt

St Columba’s Twitter account here > https://twitter.com/StColumbasB45

Ask St Joseph’s Parent Twitter account here > https://twitter.com/stjosephsparent

Ask St Joseph’s Parent  FB page here > https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004316507121&fref=ts

Friends of St Joseph’s Parent FB page here > https://www.facebook.com/Friendsofstjosephsbournville

St Thomas Aquinas Twitter account here > https://twitter.com/STACSBirmingham

St Thomas Aquinas FB page here > https://www.facebook.com/STACSBirmingham

I hope this helps people keep ahead of whats happening in your school community.

Speaking of (Gravitational) Ripples you don’t have to be Einstein to work out this one was a bad idea!

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One thought on “The Ripple Effect

  1. I have to say this has been handled disgracefully. Parents have not been consulted, and there will be financial implications for many people.
    It would be kind to call this lack of consultation with us, the parents, inconsiderate. It is just plain ignorant, thoughtless and heavy handed.
    I for one will be trying to get this overturned, or face 3 children all on different holidays. Incredible.

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