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Friends of Crowthorne C of E

The Friends of Crowthorne

 

The Friends of Crowthorne is a charity run by a committee of parents, carers, teaching and non-teaching staff.  As a parent of a child at Crowthorne C of E Primary School you are automatically a member of The Friends and as such you can attend meetings, vote on proposals and make suggestions for spending or raising funds.  We welcome new members and fresh ideas, we value your views so please try and attend the meetings if you can.

 

The PTA Officers are:

 

Officers

Position Held

Term

Joanne Swanson

Chair Person

March 2019 – September 2021

Brioney Moore

Vice Chair Person

March 2019 – September 2021

Naomi Page

Secretary

October 2020 – September 2022

Debra Webb

Treasurer

October 2020 – September 2022

 

The Class Reps are:

 

Class

Class Rep

Reception

Laura Felstead (Jo Swanson)

Year 1

Jo Aslin

Year 2

Brioney Moore

Year 3

Tracey-Anne Clark

Year 4

Nicola Davies

Year 5

No Rep – Support from Lia Davies whilst search continues

Year 6

Cheryl Barrett & Tracey-Anne Clark

 

 

What do The Friends do?  We raise money to spend on improving equipment and resources to enhance our children’s education and the facilities in the school in general.  We bring staff, parents, pupils and friends together in support of our school.

 

How can you get involved?  There are many ways you can help and support your child through The Friends.   Here are some ways you can get involved:

 

Offers of help before, after or at events are so valuable.  It doesn’t matter if you can’t help on a regular basis, The Friends welcome any support it receives.

You can attend the AGM or meetings to give us ideas for fundraising events.

If you don’t have the time to help at events then your enthusiasm for what The Friends are doing is really beneficial so please try to support the events.

You can volunteer to be a Class Rep (CR) or a Committee member if you wish, come along to meetings to find out more.

If you have any contacts or skills we could use then this could be beneficial, please come along to a meeting or contact a member of The Friends to discuss ways this could be of use.

If you have suggestions on what money could be spent on we’d be interested to hear your ideas.

Finally, we are extremely grateful to receive donations – cash, cheque or via our online fundraising pages (contact The Friends Chair or Treasurer if you require more details).

 

 

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