Parents, Teachers and Friends Association (PTFA)

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).

PTFA Events

PTFA AGM: Tuesday 19th November, 3:30pm

Many hands make light work. We’re a very small team of people running the PTFA and are always looking for new members and volunteers.

You don’t have to be an active committee member with a named role, but you are always more than welcome to be.

We run fundraising events throughout the year and that money goes towards extra curricular things in school that bene.it all children.

Come along and say hi.

Our regular meetings are normally held in the Railway Inn of an evening.

 

AGM-Tuesday 19th November, Clutton School Hall. 3:30pm

 

 

Clothes Swap

The PTFA are hosting a clothes swap at the Railway Inn on Friday 22nd November 7-9pm.

Please come along and support this event, and maybe grab yourself a new outfit !  

Please have a look at the PTFA Newsletter for information about events in Term 2 2019.

 

Bonfire Night 

Despite the rain (a lot of rain), our utterly amazing PTFA set up and ran a bonfire and firework night for the wider community - what an amazing event!

Many who watched from the shelter of their homes also donated to the PTFA which is very much appreciated.

Thank you PTFA.

 

 

Carnival and Village Fun Day

Our fabulous PTFA have kick started the academic year with another amazing Carnival and fun day.

A great time was had by everyone, making crafts and getting dressed up for the great procession.

Bringing the community together and raising funds for the school

Carnival Photos

PTFA Copperline

This week the PTFA organised a charity Copperline.  Everyone brought in their spare coppers, and each class made a line.  All funds raised go towards resources and events for the school.

The final total raised is yet to be counted (I imagine this may take a while), however the results per class were as follows:

Cherry Class - 50m WOW!

Maple Class - 36m

Willow Class - 19m

Sycamore Class - 14m

Oak Class - 12m

Well done everyone!

Thank you everyone for your support and to our wonderful PTFA for organising this event.

Bonfire Night

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.

Carnival Time

The PTFA

Panto Ready!  (2018)

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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)

Leaders and teachers ensure that children make the progress
they are capable of.

Parent Forum

Following feedback from our Parent View Survey in Term 3 2019, we are scheduling 2 parent forum meetings in 2019 / 2020. 

 

Thank you to everyone who attended out first Parent forum and coffee morning on Tuesday 21st May 2019.

Here's a summary of the feedback we received. 

 

Next meeting will be at 5:30 – 6.30pm on Tuesday 9th July