Events

MEETINGS COMING UP

Regional Meetings

We are pleased to present a series of TISCA regional meetings in 2019-2020. These form part of Alix’s and my first year working for TISCA. The speaker on all occasions will be Alastair Reid.  Our focus for the meetings will be:

WHAT WILL LIFE BE LIKE FOR CHRISTIAN TEACHERS IN 2024?

The programme for the evening will be as follows:

  • 6.00 pm       Arrival and drinks
  • 6.25pm        Welcome and Introduction
  • 6.30 pm       Talk by Alastair Reid, followed by questions and discussion
  • 7.45 pm        Dinner
  • c.9.00 pm    Departure

We are very grateful to all the schools below for inviting us to hold these evenings.

Each evening promises to be stimulating and enjoyable, as well as being a good opportunity to meet together informally with others of like mind. Please come if you can. All staff (academic and non-academic) as well as Governors are most welcome.

The charge for the evening will be £12 per head (to include the cost of dinner and drinks) (free to members of the hosting school). Payment can be made in advance or on the evening. Please fill in the form and return it to the TISCA office, or else e-mail us on gensec@tisca.org.uk.

Thursday, 14th November 2019     Regional Meeting (North) at Birkdale School, Sheffield.

Tuesday, 21st January 2020  Regional Meeting (London Central) at Dolphin School, SW11.

Wednesday 22nd January 2020  Regional Meeting (London West) at Luckley House, Wokingham.

Thursday 23rd January 2020  Regional Meeting (South) at Canford, Wimborne

Thursday 23rd April 2020 Regional Meeting (East) at Framlingham College, Woodbridge

To book in for any of these regional meetings, please do download our booking form. Information can also be gained from emailing gensec@tisca.org.uk.

TRUSTEES’ MEETINGS 2019/2020

Thursday 21 November 2019, Thursday 5 March 2020 (time and venue to be confirmed).

GPC (GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE) MEETINGS  (12.30 pm):

Thursday 7 November 2019, 28 January 2020.

other events (non-TISCA)

None listed at this time