Welcome to the PTA section.
PTA Chair - Andrew Jenner-Dyer / Shelley Jenner-Dyer
Secretary - Sarah Watson / Ruth Whiffin
Treasurer - Tina Morris
Committee Members - Keeley Brittain-Limb, Sarah Parkhouse
All parents and carers are automatically members of the PTA. Please let us know if you would like to help out or be on the committee.
Non-Uniform Day - Wednesday 11th December. Please do feel free to wear something festive for the pantomime. In return, please bring a bottle in a bottle bag for the tombola!
Christmas Fayre - Friday 13th December 2.30 - 4.30 pm. Please come along and enjoy refreshments, games, and festive fun! And don't forget a visit to the Big Man himself!
We are looking for donations of teddies, cakes, bottles in bottle bags, and most importantly, volunteers! If you can spare even an hour, please do let us know.
We are currently looking at several other ways that we can support school with funding and will let you know when these have been agreed.
Don't forget we are always looking for volunteers and more members. If you can spare any time at all, please get in touch!
Many thanks to those who attended the 2nd Hand Uniform Sale. Despite the horrible weather, we raised £19.50, which is great. We will be doing more of these, so look out for us again around Easter and at the end of the Summer Term.
This year, the PTA has funded £1,500 for Forest School which ensured that the provision could continue for this year. The PTA has also funded £285 for one school reading scheme and £300 for another reading scheme. The PTA is funding a one year pilot of £48 for Play re-cycle membership which will enable the school and PTA to get materials that can be used for art and craft in school and at PTA events. The PTA has also agreed to fund £240 for wooden modular blocks that needed to be replaced.
Many thanks for all those who attended our recent Summer Fair. The rain held off, despite the thunderstorm the night before and everyone was treated to a magnificent day. The Bake Off was a huge success, with lots of tasty entries with Amelia Peat winning the children's entry with her delicious lemon meringue cup-cake.
There were cakes, sweets, bottle stalls, cards, teddies, face-art, netball/football challenges, as well as bouncy castles, raffles and candy floss. Not to mention delicious burgers and sausages. You could even welly-wang and apple bob if the notion took you!
Can't wait until next year!
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