Victory School Parents Teacher Association (PTA)
Who we are
All Victory School parents, carers and teachers are automatically members of the school Parents Teacher Association. We’re always happy for more parents to get involved.
What we do
Victory School PTA exists to help our children’s school experience and enhance their education.
We put on events to raise money for the school and to provide a positive experience for pupils. We have already held a school disco and plan to hold more events over the next school year.
We welcome ideas from all parents, carers and teachers for new events and fundraising activities.
You can find out more about what we do, and why we do it, in our constitution.
There are many ways to get involved with Victory School PTA, from joining our committee, coming to a PTA coffee meeting, suggesting new fundraising ideas or helping out at events.
We hold regular coffee meetings where parents eat cake, meet each other, and find out more about up-coming PTA activities.
If you can’t make it to the coffee meeting, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Talk to us
Or why not talk to one of our committee members before or after school – we’d be very happy to chat to you about what we do, and how you can help.
Helping with events
From time-to-time we may ask for parents to help us out running PTA events. Please look out for flyers in your children’s book-bag to find out more.
Macmillans Cancer Support coffee afternoon
On Friday 8 December the PTA held a coffee afternoon for all parents, carers, teachers, staff and friends of the school. Lots of cakes and mince pies were sold, and we raised £68.10 for Macmillan Cancer Support..
Spring term disco
In March 2017 the PTA arrange a school disco for Victory School pupils to raise money for the school and to provide a fun end of term activity for the children, who definitely had lots of fun. Thanks to a lot of hard work by the PTA committee and the school teachers and staff, the event was a great success and it raised £134, which has contributed towards the cost of a new climbing frame for the infant school playground.