Parent Network Evening - ICT Support

JPC invites Parents and Carers to an ICT Support information session with the College's Director of ICT, Kj Maan. 

This evening will provide families with essential information on how to effectively use learning management systems PAM and Microsoft Teams, and will assist parents/ carers to be more involved in their child’s learning.

Families will have the opportunity to ask ICT related questions. Parent Network Evening events are also a great way to connect with other parents/ carers from the JPC community.

Event Details:

Wednesday 24th March 

7.00 pm – 8.00 pm. 

John Paul College, venue will be emailed to registered families prior to the evening. 

The evening will cover:

  • PAM and the PAM app
  • Changes to PAM
  • Microsoft TEAMS for Remote Learning 

The event topic for this term was chosen in response to feedback from a parent/ carer survey conducted at the end of 2020 after Remote Learning. 

Register your attendance 


JPC Parent Network Evenings

The JPC Parent Network Evenings began in 2016 and provides a network of support for families at JPC. The evenings aim to to increase engagement between the College and families, strengthen the internal JPC community, develop connections with the external community and various organisations and support families to be involved in their child’s learning.

As such, the topics were extended beyond technology use and have included a number of significant issues that affect parents and their children today. 

Interested in getting involved in Parent Network Evenings? Become a Parent Network Representative.

PNE require parent representatives to assist in the coordination and development of information evenings. A parent network representative is a spokesperson on behalf of the JPC parent community that assists in sourcing speakers, contributes to ideas for topics.

Any Parent or Carer interested in becoming a Parent Network Representative can find out more information via the below button. 

Become a Parent Network Representative 

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