Mission Statements of the Working Groups
Addresses issues of interest or concern in the field of I.T. The group also has a responsibility for the maintenance and management of the NATT+ website.
For any questions about the ICT Group please get in touch with liz [dot] haines [at] derby [dot] gov [dot] uk (Liz Haines).
Responsible for supporting circus and fairground families and their official representatives, both nationally and internationally, in accessing the world of education. It aims to provide relevant information and advice to the target groups and schools, as well as providing an annual Education Conference.
Contact Anthea Wormington for more information.
The Policy and Strategy Group is a virtual group meeting face to face hopefully once a year. The remit of the group is to examine current issues pertinent to NATT+, GRT education, Inclusion and Race Equality. The group supports the work of the President and Executive by responding on behalf of NATT+ to Government consultations, offers support, advice and guidance, shares effective policy, strategy, and practice and delivers relevant updates to members. The most recent piece of work was the NATT Audit. Anyone with an interest in policy and strategy is welcome to join at any time and will be called upon at relevant times by phone or email.
Contact llewins [at] buckscc [dot] gov [dot] uk (Linda Lewins) for more information.
Responsible for planning and co-ordinating members’ meetings. It selects the venues and responds to the identified needs of members via the training element of the meetings and keeps members up to date with new initiatives. It also advises and assists with the planning of conferences.
Contact kath [dot] cox [at] bracknell-forest [dot] gov [dot] uk (Kath Cox) for more details.
The aims of the group are to share good practice amongst members who are already actively working with the Roma or members who would benefit from meeting up and gaining more experience in this field. The group also aims to promote a greater understanding and awareness of national and international initiatives and policies that directly affect the Roma. The group will also aim to identify and develop resources/projects that positively promote Roma culture and heritage.
For more details contact natalie [dot] stables [at] salford [dot] gov [dot] uk (Natalie Stables).