Welcome to our PTA page!
Here you will find details of PTA meetings and activities and how you can get involved and/or contact us. Our success page gives details of how we have used funds that we have raised to benefit the school. Our “links” page gives details of external sites that might be of interest to parents.
We are very fortunate at our school to have a PTA that has been such an integral part of the school community for many years. In its time the PTA has raised thousands of pounds, which have been spent on improving equipment and resources to enhance our children’s education and the facilities in the school in general.
The PTA also exists to provide closer links between home and school and it is an excellent way to bring staff, parents and friends together socially in support of the school, working towards a common goal. All parents and members of the school community can get involved if they want to, even if they only have a small amount of time available, and all parents are automatically members of the Association when their children join our school. Committee members usually meet once a month on a Monday, with the venue / time alternating between 3.15pm in school and 8pm in the Fairfield public house. Meetings are really informal and any Hurst Green parents are very welcome to come along.
All parents and members of the school community can get involved if they want to, even if they only have a small amount of time available, and all parents are automatically members of the PTA when their children join our school.
The current Committee members are
Chair Mary McCann (children in Year 1)
Deputy Chair Anna Ruffle (children in Year 1 & Year 3)
Secretary (joint) Laura Browne (child in Year 1 & Year 5) & Sam Rowley (child in Year 3)
Treasurer (joint) Vicky Clayton (child in Year 5) & Gloria Coton (child in Year 2)
We have many other members, some that attend monthly meetings, some that only help out at disco’s and others that help in other ways such as baking cakes for events or collecting in Bags2School. Any help is always greatly appreciated and you can do as little or as much as you like.