WHAT THE PTA DO.....
The PTA aims to raise funds to help make the school's budget go further, improve our children's educational opportunities, to provide a feedback to the school and hopefully to add something to the spirit of the community.
You may not know it but as a parent of a child at the school you are already a member of the PTA, how much you chose to be involved is up to you. Every helper allows us to give back more to the school, your child(ren), and the community.
WHERE THE PTA MONEY IS SPENT
This year the PTA have donated £45,055.20 back to the school.
PA System & Stage Lighting
Reception Playground Redevelopment
Over the last year, the PTA has raised a total of £11,297.
Bag2School and Easyfundraising
Christmas Activities and Cards
Easter Activities and World Book Day
CHAIR: Natalie Noorian
SECRETARY: Tara Avila
TREASURER: Emily Panayiotou
ORDINARY MEMBERS: Jude Paine, Jen Emerson, Carrie Amatt, Loraine Cook,
CO_OPTED MEMBERS: Mrs Davies
VILLAGE DAY COMMITTEE
Chair - Carrie Amatt
Members - Tara Avila, Lindsay Bass, Kate Bilello, Inga Brand, Jen Emerson, Emma Ennis, Amanda Garey, Gill Johnston, Natalie Noorian, Jules Orford, Emily Panayiotou, Karen Rockliffe, Viviane Smith, Helen Wadham and Balu White plus many other helpers!
CLASS REPRESENTATIVES KS1
Jules Orford, Linda Tompkins,
Kerry Langton, Abby Tomlinson
Jen Emerson, Lisa Kemp
Louise Nicolaides, Kezi l'Anson
CLASS REPRESENTATIVES KS2
Ellen Bisnath, Vicki Markham
Emily Panayiotou, Lorraine Cook
Kate Bilello, Ellie Broadhurst
Katie Grossman, Lale Stephenson
Thila Brickell, Alison Fitch
Jenny Johnson, Lindsay Bass
WANT TO GET INVOLVED?
A massive thank you to to all our wonderful parents who have volunteered to be help in any way, you are a VERY important and integral part of the PTA. Without this support and involvement we would not be as successful in running social events and raising funds which advance and enrich the education of ALL children in the school. Please give them your full support and contact us if you are interested in being a part of the PTA?