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Parent teacher associations: guidance

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Last updated on 1 June 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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How can we set up a parent teacher association (PTA)? We relay advice on setting up and running a PTA and registering it as a charity. You will also find information on increasing parental involvement with PTAs. We look at examples of PTAs from primary, secondary and special schools.

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Contents

  1. 1 Setting up a PTA
  2. 2 Registering a PTA as a charity
  3. 3 Advice on increasing parental involvement in PTAs
  4. 4 Dissolving a PTA
  5. 5 PTAs: examples from schools

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