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Your Interview: Put your questions to Patrick Lowe, chair of Brighton and Hove Governors Association

The Argus: Your Interview: Put your questions to Patrick Lowe, chair of Brighton and Hove Governors Association Your Interview: Put your questions to Patrick Lowe, chair of Brighton and Hove Governors Association

This week's Your Interview is with Patrick Lowe, who holds a number of educational positions both locally and nationally.

Mr Lowe is chair of governors at Coldean Primary School, chair of Brighton and Hove Governors Association, South East regional director and trustee of the National Governors Association, national leader of governance for the National College and he sits on the policy committee of the National Governors Association.

With the school strikes set to cause chaos across Sussex again on March 26, this is your chance to quiz Mr Lowe on anything and everything to do with education.

Leave your questions below or email gareth.davies@theargus.co.uk

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11:05pm Fri 21 Mar 14

saveHOVE says...

Secondary schools will soon have to find places for the population bulge currently in primary schools. Has the time come to switch focussed attention to that and to discourage free schools from overproviding primary school places?
Secondary schools will soon have to find places for the population bulge currently in primary schools. Has the time come to switch focussed attention to that and to discourage free schools from overproviding primary school places? saveHOVE
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