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The St Peter's PTA are a group of parents, teachers and friends who meet twice a term to plan events to help raise funds for our school. In it’s time, the PTA has raised many thousands of pounds providing extra activities and equipment for the children to enjoy that wouldn’t reasonably be expected to be covered by fees. Funds raised are used to enhance the facilities within the school, and to fund or subsidise events. 

But our PTA is about so much more than just fundraising. We aim to organise social events to bring our school community together as a whole. Many of the events we hold are now firmly established in the school calendar and are hugely popular, for example our Harvest Supper and our annual Spring Ball. St Peter's PTA is always keen to hear new ideas for future events!

All parents and members of the school community can get involved in the PTA if they want to, even if they only have a small amount of time available. All parents are automatically members of the PTA when their children join St Peter's.

If you think that you would like to be involved then please do come along to one of our meetings. Meetings are held half termly or as necessary, with elections for officers for each new academic year taking place in Trinity Term.

Look out for information and details of the next meeting on the PTA Notice Boards around school, or check with the School Office.

Mr Aldwinckle, PTA Chairman, presenting the school's defibrillator kindly purchased by the PTA.