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North East Policy Network: Can early intervention help deprived communities...
Thu 6 April 2017, 18:00 – 20:00 BST
Have you ever felt frustrated by a system that only seems to widen the attainment gap between students? Ever wondered if there is a silver bullet to help children from deprived communities get on in life? Ever fancied talking about policy in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere with colleagues from a wide range of backgrounds?
Then come and join us at the relaunch of the North East Policy Network, where you can hear from former TeachFirst-er, now Civil Service Policy Advisor Sophie Hoare, about how she used her front-line experience teaching to make policy recommendations in government on how to break the poverty cycle in young families
Where: Arch Sixteen Cafe, High Level Parade, Wellington Street, Gateshead, NE8 2AB (street parking nearby or free parking at Tesco, Trinity Square, NE8 1AG)
When: Thursday 6th April, 6-8pm
What: Can 'Early intervention' really break the poverty cycle?'