The PTA, is a group of parents, carers and staff who work together to plan and deliver fundraising events that are fun, and add to the experiences of the children.
Past events have included a Sponsored Bounce, Fireworks Evening, Film Nights, Disco, Summer Fayre, Prize Draw and Tombola. If you have any ideas for new events or fundraising activities we would love to hear from you.
The PTA have funded, new touch screen TVs in all classrooms, new playground equipment and subsidise the Year 6 leaver activities so that all children can enjoy a fabulous send off to remember their time at Georgian Gardens.
All parents and carers are welcome to join in and help in any way they can. You can still be involved, even if you only have a little spare time to commit - why not come to one of our regular meetings which are held at school? Even if you cannot attend a meeting, you can still help by volunteering to help in the preparation or running of our events throughout the school year - even if it is just for an hour or two, your help will be greatly appreciated.
All meetings take place in school and all parents, guardians and carers are welcome to come along. Meetings are held at different days and times so that we give as many people as possible the chance to attend. If you can't make the next date, do keep an eye on the Noticeboards and Newsletter as hopefully there will be one you can attend in the future.
If you are able to provide any help or have any questions about the PTA, please contact the School Office.
If you work for a company that you think might be able to offer matched funding, can donate items to school for free or at a reduced cost, or have a fab idea for fundraising, please do contact us.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
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