All Saint’s has a vibrant and enthusiastic Parent, Teacher and Friends Association (PTFA), very much supported by all those involved in the school.
The PTFA’s primary role is to organise activities and events to raise funds for the school to ensure each and every child benefits. We meet once every half term to ensure the smooth running of all events – from cake sales, quiz nights, summer BBQs, Christmas fairs and the bi-annual ball - they are all run by a team of dedicated and friendly parents and teachers.
All new parents joining the school are most welcome at the PTFA meetings and we would encourage you to become involved.
We are a small school but manage to raise significant amounts every year for the children. Over the past few years, we have furnished the school with a new ICT suite, complete with new desktop PCs, brand new iPads for classes, new playground equipment, musical instruments and much more.
Should you have any questions regarding the PTFA, fundraising or upcoming events, please contact one of the Chairs around school.
Meet the PTFA team
The committee is led by elected officers, who for 2016/17 are:
Sue Gibson - Chair
Sue Gibson has two children at the school, year 3 and Reception. Sue has a degree in design, works in PR and has spent over 10 years working in professional services. Sue is married to Matt and lives on a farm. Otherwise found in a camper, drawing, feeding animals or clearing up glitter in the craft caravan.
Nikki Walters - Treasurer
Nikki Walters has two children at All Saints’, year 3 and Reception. Nikki is a trained HR professional and her skills lie in her attention to detail and diplomacy. Nikki lives in Warwick with her husband Jason. She loves spending time with her family, music, cooking and camping.
2nd July The Wren Hall Cake Sale
A team of P.T.F.A' bakers did themselves proud with a wonderful selection of cakes which were appreciated by a large crowd passing by the Wren Hall. Tea and cakes were served by a group of adult volunteers ably supported by a younger group of Key Stage 2 volunteers. £653 was raised, which was a magnificent result.