About the PTFA
We are fortunate to have a very active PTFA that has been an integral part of the school community for many years. We have raised thousands of pounds, which has been spent on equipment and resources to enhance the children’s educational experience and the school’s facilities.
The PTFA is not just about fundraising. It also provides closer links between home and school, bringing staff, parents and friends together socially in support of the school, all working towards a common goal. All families are automatically members of the PTFA when their child joins our school and everyone is encouraged to get involved in any way they can.
How we raise money
Like most PTFAs, the majority of our funds are raised through events that we run. Some of our regular events include:
Bags 2 School Collection
Annual Plant Sale
Summer Pool Event
Redmarley PTFA is a registered charity and this enables us to:
Apply for Gift Aid – if either or both parents complete the Gift Aid declaration form your donations will be worth a lot more to us.
There are lots of ways you can help, we are always extremely grateful to receive any donations, ideas or offers of help.
We really couldn’t achieve what we do without the behind the scenes help of parents, teachers and friends.
Committee Members & Meetings
Everyone is welcome to get involved in the PTFA. Each year we appoint 5 volunteer committee Officers to help run our fundraising activities.
There are regular PTFA meetings, usually twice a term, plus smaller working groups may be formed and meet more regularly when planning larger events. We also have a Pool Sub-committee who manage the running of the swimming pool during the summer term.
I am Archie and Olivia's mum and they are in Class 2. Archie is in Year 4 and Olivia is in Year 2.
I am Hazel's mum and she is in Class 1. She is in Year 1.
I am Oscar's mum and he is in Class 1. Oscar is in Year 1.
I am Olivia’s mum and she is in Class 3, She is in Year 5.
I have two daughters at the School – Amelia and Evelyn. I help out with the running of the pool once it’s opened for swimming.
As the Head Teacher I like to be actively involved in the PTFA, and thank everyone for their continued support.
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