All parents, carers and friends of children at our school are automatically members of our PTFA.

We meet regularly to organise a programme of inclusive events and activities for the children (and sometimes for the grown ups), often to raise money for the extras that enrich our children’s learning environment, but mostly to have fun!

We run a very active friendly group who aim to involve as many as possible in our community events. This is only possible with the support of our parents and friends. Our meetings last about an hour and are an informal forum linking parents, carers, teachers and friends as we explore every idea and make plans. You can join us for any meeting.

We have regular updates on the school newsletter, school noticeboards (next to the main gate and in the main playground), posters at the exits and Facebook page. Follow us on Facebook

You can contact us via the office, email , send a message through our Facebook page, or in person. Our faces and names are on the noticeboard by the main gate, and on the ‘who are we’ PTFA page on this website.

If you have any questions regarding your child at school, please ask your class teacher.

To see our PTFA constitution please Click here.


30/11/18 ~ The school tea towels have now arrived! If you would like to order them, they will be available on ParentMail later today. Due to the number of children in school, there are two options available: all ‘T’ classes, or all ‘M’ classes:

‘T’ Classes:

‘M’ Classes:



We have lots planned for 2018/19, including the ever-popular school discos, Harvest Fayre, Christmas Bazaar and santa’s grotto, Spring Fayre and Summer Fete.  If you would like to get involved in any way, please do let us know or come along to our next PTFA meeting.  All meetings are advertised in the weekly school newsletter and on our Facebook page.

Mascot Designer

In 2016 Luca (now Y3), won the competition to design a mascot for the PTFA. At our WOW assembly he was presented with his own mascot and framed picture. Each class has a mascot is displayed to raise the profile of PTFA events and encourage involvement.

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