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PTFA Newsletters

17th Apr 2018
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PTFA

 

Our vision for a happy and successful school depends on a strong partnership with parents and carers at all levels. The PTFA is a key part of our community and contributes much to school life everyday. Our PTFA is organised and run by parents and carers in partnership with our academy for the benefit of all children.

It is run by a small committee and supported by a team of volunteers who are all parents and carers from a wide range of backgrounds who share a passion for our community and a strong desire to help the school enrich the lives and experiences of all our children.

The PTFA has two main roles:

1. To bring parents together and help cement the relationships that will make our community strong.

2. To organise events in order to raise funds for school improvement.

 

PTFA Committee