Friends of St. Peter’s School
In March 2015 we took a leap of faith and decided to re-launch the traditionally named PTA (Parent Teacher Association) as the Friends of St.Peter’s School. As our name suggests, we are a friendly group of parents and carers whose aim is to coordinate vital fundraising for the school and have some fun whilst doing so! We organise a wide range of social events and activities for grown-ups and children throughout the year and funds raised help to provide additional materials, equipment and activities which benefit all of our children.
Previously, money raised has gone towards the new school playground markings, IT resources such as interactive whiteboard and iPads, sports equipment and team kits, and even KS2 fruit.
We aim to;
- Promote collaboration and communication between parents, carers and school staff
- Assist in providing activities which support and advance the welfare and education of the pupils attending the school. (as set out in our Constitution)
Who We Are
We are comprised of a Committee and a group of Class Representatives. Class Reps. inform parents about ‘Friends’ news and events and organise class social events.
The team for 2020/21 is:
Co Chairs - Michelle Hearne
Secretary - Gabbie Jerrit
Treasurer - Nick Horsley
Publicity Officer - Nick Horsley
Greenfinch Class (R) -
Cuckoo Class (1/2) -
Robin Class (3/4) -
Swallow Class (5/6) -
(We hope that class reps will be reinstated in the academic year 2021/22.)
Dates for the FOSPS committee meetings are always circulate by ParentMail and everyone is welcome to join these meetings. You do not need to be a member of the committee to attend.
As the parent or carer of a child at St.Peter’s C.E. Primary School you are automatically a ‘Friend’ of the school and, as our logo says, “together we can make a difference”. We are always looking for new volunteers, no matter how much time you have to offer, so if you have ideas and enthusiasm please get in touch. We can be contacted at any time by emailing us at email@example.com We also have a post box in the school entrance and a noticeboard at the school gate.