The school is very fortunate to have an amazing PTFA and school community.
The PTFA have organised some brilliant events over the years, bringing the school community together and raising much needed funds to help with things that the school’s regular budget cannot extend to.
In the past, the PTFA have helped with some major investments including new media equipment in the hall, an adventure playground, reading spine books and Astroturf. Recently the fundraising has supported new football and netball goals, media equipment, the annual whole school treat to the panto in Bath, not to mention supporting the building of the sandpit area as part of our OPAL project. (see our Outdoor Play pages for more information).
The PTFA Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on
Tuesday 20th November 2018 ~ 3:30 - 4:30pm
In the school library
All parents are automatically part of the PTFA. This is a great opportunity to come along to find out more about the work the PTFA has done, meet others and maybe get involved in future projects.
Our next Events are:
Help to make Christmas Decorations - Wed 28th November 2018, 1-3pm
Christmas Extravanza - Wednesday 5th December 2018 , 5 -7pm
All details of the event can be found on this letter.
We hope that you can join us for a fabulous evening of eating and entertainment.
See below for events already taken place this year:
The bonfire Night was the best bonfire event the PTFA have hosted for the village community, and it was AMAZING!
Thank you all for supporting the evening and raising a fabulous amount of money for school projects.
The PTFA is a registered charity and must be run in accordance with our constitution (PTFA constitution (2010)). You are welcome to join the Committee and come to PTFA meetings at any time.
If you would like to get involved in running the PTFA or as a helper at events, please contact any of our committee members.
Currently the Committee members are:
|Angie Willcox (chair)|
|Louise Johnson (vice chair)|
|Beth Fletcher (treasurer)|
|Julie Clemow (Secretary)|
|Katie Toolis (social media & marketing)|
|Sophie Piddock (social media & Marketing)|
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