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  • Cost of the School Day eLearning course

    Created: 02/03/2023
    News/Events Category: General News


    The Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has launched its new Cost of the School Day eLearning course.

     This free course is for anyone who has an interest in reducing costs to families, supporting learners, and promoting equity in education.  It is designed to broaden practitioner knowledge of the financial challenges facing families and how schools can make a difference. 
    The course offers key learning on child poverty, financial barriers at school and practical ways to support learners, all delivered through engaging interactive scenarios, film and audio material, reflections, and quizzes. A certificate of completion is provided at the end along with a range of useful take away resources. 
     
    Users can learn flexibly at their own pace, taking this course at a time that suits them. If you are interested in a short ‘how to’ session, please drop your details into this form, and CPAG will get back to you.




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