4th March 2020
We are looking for parents from all the year groups to get involved in the PTFA. The aim of the PTFA is to raise money for various school projects and equipment for the children to enjoy. You can support the PTFA by attending events, or, better still, by coming to a meeting. It's really important to get new ideas and you will always be warmly welcomed. It is not a huge time commitment and the more people involved the better! Meetings are held approximately every half term and are informal affairs, usually held at the school. Maybe come along with a friend and share meetings throughout the year. Generally, we meet at at 2 p.m. on a school day; but there is flexibility in terms of meeting times - what would be good for you? Please let us know.
The 100 Club Draw
1st Jen Simpson
2nd Louise Hatch
3rd Anna Snellgrove
The 100 Club is a long-established fundraiser. For a subscription that can be paid termly or annually a member's allocated number is entered into the draw that is made at the term's main fundraising event. Half of the money raised is dedicated to prizes, while the other half going into the PTFA's funds. Anyone is eligible to join, and more members mean bigger prizes and more cash for the PTFA to spend on the children. Ask a friend if they would like to join.
If you have any subscriptions for the 100 Club, please see a member of the committee.