Parents / PTA

Keir Hardie Parent Teacher Association

Parental involvement is welcomed and valued at Keir Hardie and is crucial to enriching the experience of the children at the school. Our PTA works to create strong links between the staff, parents and others associated with the school. It organises regular events such as the Community and Winter Fairs and Easter Bonnet parade which bring the school together and are always fun occasions. These, along with the termly movie nights, also help to raise funds for activities and equipment that are not covered by the school’s main budget. The PTA holds fortnightly meetings which all are welcome to attend. A member of the senior teaching staff is usually present too. This is a chance to talk about where funds should be spent and ideas for events, as well as an opportunity to meet other parents from across the school.

To find out more about the PTA please look at our PTA noticeboard in the back playground opposite to the EYFS classrooms. 

Thank you!

Easter Bonnet-Making Workshop 2019

 

With Easter almost approaching, the PTA were hard at work making bonnets from recycled materials for the Easter Bonnet Parade 2019! It was great to see so many parent/carers at the workshop!

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Friday 16th November: Parents and carers  got together for the second PTA meeting of the year. Members have discussed ideas for Children in Need and the upcoming winter fair on the 17th December. We still need to appoint a Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer and Secretary to the association. If you are interested please attend the next meeting which will be on the 30th November at 9.00 am. We look forward to seeing you.

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Friday 2nd November: Parents and careers met for the first PTA of the academic year.

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