NCPTA

AcronymDefinition
NCPTANational Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations (UK)
NCPTANorth Carolina Physical Therapy Association (Raleigh, NC)
NCPTANorth Carolina Public Transportation Association (Wilmington, NC)
NCPTANational Circus and Physical Theatre Association (Australia)
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Maybe the NCPTA should take note of the latest figures featured in an article on the same day which shows more parents are taking their children out of school in term time to go on holiday, in many cases lying about doing so.
Last year pounds 73m was raised for schools by NCPTA members across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, representing an average of pounds 5,700 from each PTA.
Annette Wiles, policy and research manager at NCPTA, said the figure showed parents' dedication to their children's schools.
A spokesman for the National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations (NCPTA) has blasted the decision.
ROTHBURY Middle School in Northumberland has been shortlisted as one of 18 finalists for a National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations (NCPTA) Gold Star Reward 2007 of pounds 1,000.
Laura Warren from the Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations (NCPTA), said that while the decision to close any school is done for the safety of the children, there appeared to be anomalies in the decision-making process across Wales and England.
But the National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations (NCPTA) said yesterday that it was 'unrealistic' to expect parents to drop their jobs and look after their children at home.
And the National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations (NCPTA) said Ms Kelly clearly had ``no concept'' of what parental involvement in schools meant
The NCPTA say that in extreme cases even teachers' wages are paid out of voluntary contributions.
But some mums and dads and the National Confederation of Parent Teachers Associations (NCPTA) say the toddlers are too young to be learning about the adult world of work.
The spokeswoman for the National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations (NCPTA) says parents can legally take their children out of school for 10 days every school year ( but only at the discretion of the headteacher.