Parents and Friends Association
Our school is fortunate to have a very active and committed PFA committee that continues to work closely with school staff and parents and carers to plan a range of fun events to bring our school community together and to raise funds for the school.
The PFA's Annual General Meeting was held on on October 10th 2018. Co-chairs Cheryl Joseph and Debra Caprice, who decided to step down, were thanked for all their hard work over the last three years. Following nominations put forward at the meeting, the PFA committee for the academic year 2018/19 is confirmed as follows:
Co-chairs: Caterina Resca and Precy Pereira
Treasurer: Tolu Ayoola (re-appointed)
Co -secretarys: Sarah Hodges (re-appointed) and Debra Caprice
|PFA Summer Newsletter May 2018||[pdf 414KB]|
|PFA Winter Newsletter February 2019||[pdf 135KB]|
The PFA Need You!
Please click on the links below to see how you can help make the Summer Fair a fun and exciting day for all the family. Don't forget to sell the raffle tickets to family and friends and to return any unsold books so we can sell tickets on the day of the Summer Fair.
|Volunteer Letter 11 June 2019||[docx 19KB]|
|Summer Fair Donations Letter 7th June 2019||[pdf 183KB]|
Parent and Friends Association: Forthcoming Events
The Parents and Friends Association invite you to our first ever Rock and Roll Bingo Night on Friday 3rd May (7 - 10pm). It’s Bingo—but with a twist! The numbered balls are replaced by popular music clips. If the artist and song name is on your card you mark it off. Prizes for a line and a full house each game.
Ticket price - £10 per person and includes four games of Rock and Roll Bingo, snacks, pizza and one free drink from the licensed pay bar. Tickets are on sale in the playground after school and from the school office before school. Please note this is an adult only event (no children allowed).
|Rock and Roll Bingo poster||[pdf 191KB]|
A MESSAGE FROM THE PARENTS AND FRIENDS COMMITTEE
Thank you to all the teachers, support staff and parents who worked ‘as one’ to make this year’s International Day such a tremendous success and really brought our school community together. This wonderful annual event brought together people from 44 different countries across all continents to share food, drink and entertainment in an uplifting and inclusive environment. This event would not be the same without the donations of food and drink and decorations from our families and the staff so we thank you yet again for your generosity and for the delicious dishes and mouth-watering aromas that wafted through the school . A special thank you also to our families from the Philippines who came together to sing and dance for us, to Sensei Sayed and his students for their karate display, to Nelio and his students for their capoeira display and to the Malinka drummers.
Thank also to everyone who bought a ticket and supported the event by coming along on the day. Together we raised an amazing £1467.79! As you will recall, the money raised by the PFA this year is to go towards the cost of the new lighting installed earlier this year in the KS1 and KS2 playgrounds. We now look forward to planning the Summer Fair which takes place on Saturday 23rd June. You are warmly invited to join Mrs Wilson and the committee when we meet for our first planning meeting after school on Monday 23rd April. A crèche will be provided.
Debra Caprice, Cheryl Joseph (Co-chairs), Sarah Hodges (Secretary) and Tolu Ayoola (Treasurer)