Thanks to the fantastic support of parents/carer and the many other people who care about our school, the PTFA has been able to fund a significant number of activities and experiences for the children at St Leonard’s including pantomime visits, transport for trips and activities, Christmas and Summer Fayres, an end of term party, discos and lots more.  With your help the PTFA has been also been able to fund the replacement of the pavilion roof so that this lovely space can be enjoyed by the children for many years to come.

We are always looking for new members regardless of how much or little time you are able to give – so please read on to learn a little more about St Leonard’s PTFA and how you can get involved.

What is the PTFA?

A group of people including parents/carers, teachers and friends of the school who help to organise events, both fund raising and social.

Why does St Leonard’s PTFA exist?

To raise funds to buy things, for the benefit of the children, that the school could not otherwise afford, as well as organising social events and experiences for the children and their families.

Who can belong to the PTFA?

Anyone! Those with children at the school or who work at the school are automatically a member of the PTFA,  being involved with the PTFA is lots of fun and a great way to meet other parents and carers.

When does the PTFA meet?

The PTFA meets approximately once per month in school, dates and times of upcoming meetings are published in the Friday Post and on the PTFA Facebook page.

I can’t attend meetings, can I still help?

Absolutely.  You don’t need to be able to attend meetings to play a part in the PTFA.  There are many ways you can help, particularly around events where we always need help securing donations, manning stalls, help setting up etc

How can I find out more?

Please ask at the school office for the current PTA contacts.

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