St Nicolas and St Mary CE School has an active Parent Teacher Association that plays an important role in the life of our school. The PTA aims to raise funds to support the school and provides a variety of social opportunities for the whole family. It regularly organises film shows, quiz nights, fun days and the fantastic Christmas and Summer Fayres. The PTA has its own facebook page where it posts news and messages. Do join it by following this link: PTA facebook page (you do need to be logged in to Facebook).
Sacha Ladkin is the Chair of the PTA and she is supported by a Committee of dedicated parent volunteers. All parents and members of staff of the school are automatically members of the PTA and we encourage everyone to get involved in our events and activities. Please look out for invitations to their regular meetings in the weekly Parent Bulletin. Everyone is welcome.
Every class has a rep(s) who you can contact with any ideas or offers of help for events!
|Little Fishes||Liz Allwright|
|YR Blue Whale||Alison Davis|
|YR Gray Whale||Dani Waibel|
|Y1 Dusky Dolphin||Kate Ball and Laura De Souza|
|Y1 Spinner Dolphin||Charlie Downes|
|Y2 Penguin and Puffin||Sarah Bowrah and Heidi Johanson|
|Y3 Sea Lion||Miriam Karriqi and Kelly Crookes|
|Y3 Seal||Paula Sharp and Heidi Goodall-Smith|
|Y4 Sea Otter|
|Y6 Oyster||Hannah Hodges and Sarah Kemp|
In December, the PTA held a very successful Christmas Fayre, which raised an amazing £3,725 to support the school! Many thanks to all parents/carers, teachers and pupils who organised and ran so many different stalls and activities. A big thank you also to everyone who came and supported this fantastic family event.
Please see our Parent Bulletins and Newsletters for more information about forthcoming PTA events this year and the different ways in which you can help.
ARTWORK FOR OUR SCHOOL
Have you seen the stunning photos of pupils representing our Christian Values in the entrance area? The PTA very kindly paid for the production of these canvases and have also allocated funds for a large mosaic cross which is being created by former teacher and artist, Mrs Wooff, for our newly extended hall later this year.