Parental Involvement and PFTA
Parent, Friends and Teachers Association
All parents, guardians and relatives of children at St Peter and St Paul’s are invited to become involved with the Parent, Friends and Teachers Association.
The Association organizes fun and fund-raising events for the children of the school such as school discos, beetle-drives, summer fayres and Christmas competitions as well as a variety of sponsored events. All money raised is used for the children, to fund trips and buy equipment. This last year money was also donated towards the cost of improving the playground environment, prizes and guest speakers.
Anybody able to offer help by way of selling drinks, collecting money, selling raffle tickets or by suggesting wonderful ideas to raise money, or spend it, should contact the PFTA secretary, via the school office.
Chair: Jordan Allen
Vice Chair: Hazel Tuplin
Treasurer: Hannah Phillips-Cooper
Vice Treasurer: Helen Hulley
Secretary: Joanne Stocks
If you are able to give a few hours to the school please contact the Headteacher.
All volunteers are required to have a police security check before being allowed to work with the children, in common with all adults working in school.
Thank You For Our New Headphones 10 November
We have loved using our new headphones today. They have been kindly purchased for us by the PTFA and according to Reception they are "comfy and cosy", "they don't hurt my ears", "I can hear what they are saying!" We love using the laptops to help learn our phonemes. This week we have been working on g and o.
The bonfire discos were very popular again this year with 185 children attending. The total raised by both discos was £533!
PFTA Burgh Bonanza Summer Fair
Many thanks to everyone who came along to support the PFTA Burgh Bonanza Summer Fair on Saturday 9th July. With your help we managed to raise well over £2200 to support school. Thank you!
School Easter Discos 15th April
It may have been wet and miserable outside, but it was smiles all round at the recent PFTA discos. Over 180 pupils from across both key stages danced, sang and had fun throughout the evening. It was noted by several helpers how polite and well mannered the children were, well done everyone!