Tymes Trust and the Scottish Home Education Forum are co-hostng an event to seek views on the Children and Young People (Information Sharing) (Scotland) Bill which is currently before the Education & Skills Committee of the Scottish Parliament.
At the end of the session we hope supporters will join us in walking down the High Street to deliver our evidence directly to the door of the Scottish Parliament. We are taking Education & Skills Convener, James Dornan MSP, at his word.
How to submit your evidence
- Make your submission via the event website, or e mail your ‘evidence on a postcard’ to email@example.com, briefly outlining your experiences, thoughts and opinions (in no more than 330 words, or illustrations no bigger than A5) on the Information Sharing Bill and Named Person scheme. This can be done anonymously. Please submit your postcards by Monday 13th November so that they can be delivered to the Scottish Parliament at the end of the event on 15th. Please only give information that you are willing to be shared and seen by others.
- Come along to our free Fringe Evidence Session on 15th Novemberand join in the discussion. You can reserve your place(s) on this page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (numbers may be limited).
- We plan to live-stream the event on YouTube for those who cannot attend in person and you can contribute comments on our event page and/or via Twitter using the hashtag #NPFringe