Who We Are
We are the Concerned Parents Association of London & Area, a grassroots group of parents and citizens committed to combatting the ideological agenda pushed by the school boards that is steering our children away from the curriculum. Join us in advocating for our children's education and creating a better future for our community.
Our mission is to ensure that our schools provide a positive and effective learning environment for all children. We aim to hold trustees accountable, ensure adherence to the curriculum, and keep politics out of our schools. We will advocate for parents' concerns to be heard and addressed in a timely manner while promoting positive education and providing guidance and resources to parents. Through our efforts, we seek to empower our community and create a better educational experience for all children.
Our vision is for all children in the London area to have access to high-quality education in a positive and supportive environment. We envision a community where parents and schools work together to ensure that children receive the resources and attention they need to succeed and parents' concerns are addressed adequately by the schools. Through our efforts, we hope to create a culture of accountability, transparency, and collaboration that fosters lifelong learning and empowers children to reach their full potential.
Transparency: We believe in open and honest communication between parents, schools, and the community, and strive to ensure that the school board's decision-making processes are transparent and accountable.
Collaboration: We believe that collaboration between parents, schools, and the community is essential to creating a positive and effective learning environment for children, and we are committed to working together to achieve our goals
Empowerment: We believe that parents have an important role to play in advocating for their children's education, and we are committed to providing resources and support to help parents navigate the school system and advocate effectively.