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Our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is known as ‘Friends of Hayesdown Children’. This group of parents, grandparents and staff work hard to run a number of events throughout the year to raise money and provide opportunities for the school community to meet informally and socialise. ‘Friends of Hayesdown Children’ also manage the purchase and sale of school uniform containing the Hayesdown logo.
Click the links below to see the latest in Friends of Hayesdown news and updates
We also have a ‘Friends of Hayesdown’ Facebook page that we use for communication. Why not follow us?
‘Friends of Hayesdown Children’ Committee
|Co-Chairs||Louise Middle & Charlotte Cox|
|Vice Chair||Amy Symes|
|Committee Members||Astrid Bodner
The Committee is always happy to welcome new members and to receive ideas to support its work. You don’t have to be a member to attend meetings and help at events – you simply have to turn up or offer your services through a PTA member. Many hands make light work and we can assure you of a very warm welcome!
The Committee has an annual core of tried and tested social events that are enjoyed by the community but also tries to introduce one or two new events each year. Events are detailed in our newsletters and cited in the calendar on this website.
In the last twelve months, funds we have raised have been used to fund:
Annual General Meeting
Please follow the link to see the minutes of the 2017 PTA AGM (5th October 2017).
The date of the next AGM is Thursday 4th October 2018 7.15 p.m.
If you would like to make contact with a member of ‘Friends of Hayesdown Children’, please do so through the school office or our Facebook page.
2017 Christmas Fair
Thank you everyone for showing such amazing support for our 2017 Christmas Fair. The beautiful gifts and sweet treats made by the children and the work put in by dedicated PTA members meant there were a lot of lovely things to buy and plenty of luck to be had in the raffles and at the tombola. The café was also well attended this year.
A profit of £1,300 was made with highlights being: