The East End Parents Carer Together Forum

Calling All Mums, Dads & Carers for those caring for children and young adults 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities

Come along and be part of the East End Parents and Carers Together (Isle of Dogs Forum) (Tower Hamlets SEND Forum)

The first meeting of the East End Parent Carers Together Forum (Isle of Dogs Schools Hub) took place on Wednesday 4th June 2017 in our Community House.

Linda Thomas, Marie McLeod and Lisa Cassidy from the Parents Forum came to our school to talk to parents to

  • Show us how together we can make a difference to services being provided to our children
  • Meet with other parents in Tower Hamlets and the Isle of Dogs to share experiences and concerns
  • Look at ways to how best to influence decision makers

The parents who attended the first meeting signed up to be part of the Forum and will be meeting regularly at our Schools Community House.

If you would like to join the next meeting please contact Jacqui Jenkins on 0207 987 4362 opt 4 or pop in to the Community House to register your interest in attending.

Parents/Carers from other Schools/Children Centres and the local community are welcome to join the forum

Alternatively, please contact Linda Thomas on 07572 101512 Email:

Membership Form


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It was very good, listening to people and sharing. Thank you for the opportunity

The information given helped me understand

It was nice to be asked how I am coping

The workshop has helped me come to terms with my son’s diagnosis

Really informative

It helped me

Are you a parent, carer of a child/children or young person with Special Educational Needs (SEN) from birth to 25? The Parents Advice Centre would like to invite you to their Parent Participation Workshop on the 11th May 2018.

News and Workshops

Park Fitness Equipment Consultation

Saturday 19th May 2018 - 1 to 3pm

East End Parents and Carers Together

Show us how together we can make a difference to services being provided for our children