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          On-line Parents and Carers Q&A for CET-MET Merger

          As indicated in the update sent out on 22nd May we are pleased to be able to provide details of an on-line Q&A session on the proposed merger between the Morris Education Trust and the Cambridgeshire Educational Trust. You can find the background to the proposed merger, and a discussion of why the trustees are proposing it, at www.cet.tmet.org.uk.

          该会议定于晚上7点半上周四6月18日,你可以通过这个链接加入吧 //us02web.zoom.us/j/89345197757 我们还将公布在我们的网站反馈 www.cet.tmet.org.uk。该会话将被记录下来,提供给观看后也可通过反馈的网站。

          我们允许这一个小时,但如果我们不设法充分涵盖所有问题,我们有也是在晚上七时三十分于周二6月30日的后续会议的机会。

          会议的主要目的是从父母/照顾者的地址问题,但欢迎任何人参加。我们将分别运行一个会话覆盖工作人员的具体问题。

          The session will run as a panel interview led by Ruth Jackson, who is a community governor at Chesterton (as well as being a parent). She will ask questions, based on those already received via the feedback website and as well as others of her own. The panel will consist of Martin Rigby (proposed chair of trustees) and Lucy Scott (proposed CEO). You will have the opportunity to ask questions "live" via a text Q&A system, but it would help if you could email any you have in advance (to hello@cet.tmet.org.uk) so that we can ensure they are properly addressed.

          我们期待着您的光临18日。

          最好的祝福

          CET & MET

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