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All parents, guardians or any relative of a child at Fielding or a member of staff then you are a member of the Fielding Parent Teachers and Friends Association (PTFA).  Parent volunteers are needed to help organise and run individual events and/or to form the PTFA Committee each year.

 

The aim of the PTFA is to raise money for the school and to arrange fun social events for adults and children. The PTFA has a long tradition of organising innovative and exciting opportunities for all the family.

 

As the PTFA is a registered charity, it has to have an annually elected committee (drawn from parent volunteers) made up of a Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. In addition parents volunteer to be Class Reps and we are also lucky enough to have many talented parents who assist the committee with other jobs such as publicity materials, website design and sponsorship.  Meetings are held in school twice a term, and small working groups organise each event - everyone helps in any way they can.

 

Our main fund raising events of the year are the Christmas and Summer Fairs. Other events have included a Quiz Night, Roller Disco, Car Boot Sale, Adult Evening, Barbeque and coffee mornings and regular cake sales. Class reps can organise class or year group nights out, and we try to fit in as many different and fun activities as we can. If you have an idea for an event you would like to organise, please get in touch with us either in the playground, via the PTFA email or through the PTFA mailbox in school reception.

 

Last academic year we raised c.£20,000. Each year, the PTFA funds the school in 3 main ways:

  • annual donation of around £15,000 with spending decisions make by school leaders and the governing body., typically on capital projects which benefit all pupils.  Look out for 'Thanks' signs around the school showing how the money has been spent.
  • up to £500 for each age group for a trip off-site or enrichment activity in school, decided by each school-based Year Leader;
  • bid funding for specific projects, for example, Year 6 production and leavers' events.

 

Without the money raised by our events the above projects and activities would not be possible.

 

We hold our Annual General Meeting (AGM) in October or November at which we elect our committee for the following year. But please don’t wait until then. So if you would like to help give the school better facilities and ensure our children have lots of extra curricular activities, come along and join us.

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