Who are the PFA?
All parents, teachers, governors and helpers are part of the PFA. They are represented by a small committee of parents who have volunteered their help.
What does the PFA Do?
The committee has two main functions:
- First, we raise funds for the benefit of the children. This is done through regular term events, and special fundraising events.
- Second, the committee provides practical and organisational support at the various school functions, which come around as the school year progresses.
Would you like to get involved?
New committee members are always welcome. We meet at the beginning of each term to discuss and plan forthcoming events and occasionally we meet again later in the term to finalise details. Becoming involved with the PFA an ideal way of contributing to the quality of your child’s early school years.
How do PFA raise funds?
Throughout the academic year the PFA organise a number of fundraisers which may include:
- Easter Bingo
- Quiz nights
- Refreshments for Bonfire night
- Raffles at local fun day
- 100 squares
A big thank you to everyone who got involved.
We are hoping to increase the number of fundraising events, but we can only achieve this with the continued support and help of parents and friends.
We hope this has helped you to understand a bit more about the PFA and that you will lend us your enthusiastic support this year with whatever contribution you are able to make.