Donate to your PTA free
Use the Easy Fundraising website to help raise funds for the PTA. There are more than 100 shops on the website, including supermarkets, department stores and many more well-known high-street and online retailers.
Simply visit the website and register as a shopper, choosing to support St. Edwards C of E Primary School PTA. Every time you make a purchase via Easy Fundraising a donation is made on your behalf at no extra cost to you.
PTA Aims and Objectives:
The objects of the Association are to advance the education of the pupils of the school by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities for education at the school; and to
a) foster more extended relationships between the staff, parents and others associated with the school;
b) engage in activities which support the school and promote the welfare of the pupils attending it;
c) obtain, collect and receive funds by any lawful method provided that the Association shall not enter into any trading activities of a permanent nature.
The St Edward's Primary School PTA is a registered charity with its own constitution. The committee members for this academic year are:
|The PTA Committee|
|President||Fr. Mike Power|
|Vice Chair||Paul Haycraft|
|Fete Chair||Gillian Joy|
|Parent Elected Members||Luan Hunt, Dee Siriwardana, Alfred Wartaka, Sathish Manickam, Cath Pargeter|
|Staff Members||Miss C Pearce, Miss S Faulkner|
SECOND-HAND UNIFORM – PRICE LIST
|Navy PE Shorts||50p|
|Navy Track Bottoms||50p|
|Navy/Black Swim Trunks||50p|
|Navy/Black Swim Costume||50p|
|White Polo Shirts||£1|
|Blue PE T-Shirts||£1|
|Navy Rain Jackets||£1|
|School Winter Hat||£1|
|School Summer Cap||£1|
|Navy Pinafore Dresses||£1.50|
|Blazer without Badge||£2.50|
|Blazer with Badge||£3|
|Gingham Summer Dresses||£3|
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