Parents Action and Resource Centre formed in February 2016. Our mission is to address the inequalities that currently exist in the education system and help create an inclusive education system for all.
Angela is a parent in the borough of Ealing. She has a vast amount of varying experience which ranges from being a youth worker, teaching assistant to being a senior manager within the public sector as well as being an education assessor working with a wide age range of learners. In addition, she has experience of being a Union rep and has helped work colleagues deal with grievances and problematic situations within their workplace. Angela has been a volunteer of the Queen Nzinga Saturday School for the past 3 years and ensures that our policies and procedures are in place and regularly reviewed.
Louise Brown is a director and founding member of PARC. She currently leads the West London Black Teachers Hub, based in Northolt. Louise is a full-time class teacher and has previously led and worked with a number of community organisations focused on addressing gender and race inequalities. Louise is jointly responsible for developing the organisation’s vision and strategy.
Ade Banjoko is a founding member and current chair of PARC. Outside of his work with PARC, Ade and has previously worked in the legal field (education and immigration).
Ade is an equalities consultant and school governor. He has sat on many panels discussing issues of education. Ade is jointly responsible for developing the organisation’s vision and strategy.