Frequently Asked Questions
This section covers frequently asked questions that PPA receives from parents.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the PPA for advice.
2. Why should I join PPA?
Joining the PPA is your gateway to the wider parent community beyond your child's class. It is an open door to learn more about the school, share experiences and obtain clarifications to your questions.
The PPA meets regularly with the school leadership where we bring your concerns and suggestions.
We are stronger together.
3. Is there any annual fee?
Yes, 5€ is the annual fee and we use it to pay the day-to-day costs of the PPA (e.g., creation of legal entity, website maintenance, etc)
4. I have a specific problem in the classroom of my son, who should I contact?
Each PPA team member is responsible for some classes (check it here) and we try to have one Point of Contact per class. Feel free to reach out to them and they will help you in the best way possible. However, we do think that classroom problems should be sorted with the classroom teacher and only if it is something more general should have the intervention from PPA.
5. I have sent an email 1 week ago to PPA and I did not receive any answer. Is this normal?
We do our best to answer emails on a daily basis. However, we are a group of voluntaries and sometimes it is difficult to answer immediately. If you don't receive an answer in a week, feel free to resend the email just to guarantee someone is looking at it.
6. I have uniforms that no longer fit to my daughter, can I resell them to you?
Right now, we are not accepting any uniforms as we do not have any space to store them. We are still finding the best way to support our members on a 2nd hand uniform marketplace. We hope to have news soon.
7. I am concerned with the amount of food given to my son during the school. What should I do?
If you are concerned with anything related to your son, let us know. We might have discussed it recently with the school and in that case can give you some feedback or we will collect your concerns and take it to our next meeting with the school.