The PTA at Woodpecker
Welcome to the PTA at Woodpecker Hall
PTA sayfasına hoşgeldiniz.
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Newly relaunched PTA for 2018/19.
Now is a great time to get involved with us as we have relaunched the PTA at the school with great support from head teacher Sharon Parson.
Do you have a child that attends the Woodpecker Hall Primary Academy? Have you thought that it would be good to get more involved in the school, but weren't too sure how?
Could you help us to run events at the school? Do you have some great ideas to bring parents together? Would you like to meet other parents?
Then please read on!
Our mission statement is:
Every child matters at Woodpecker Hall Primary Academy. To ensure our children reach their full potential the PTA will work with the school to engage and empower all our families and the local community.
What is a PTA?
the CHAT schools in the Trust have a PTA (Parents Teachers Association). This is an
organisation run solely by volunteers who help raise money to support
the school by providing materials, resources and facilities for the
benefit of our children. The PTA does this by running a variety of
events throughout the academic school year. It's also a lot fun. You get a great sense of satisfaction that you are making a very real contribution to the life of the school. Plus you get to make friends with lots of like minded parents.
Parent and Teacher link: This is vital in a well run school. Parents are very important in building relationships with teaching and learning staff whilst organising PTA activities. This helps to bring us all together and promotes good communication between parents and staff whilst working towards a common goal.
Please get in touch with us, because whatever contribution you can give is much needed and appreciated.
PTA Chair: Tara Gordon email: PTA@Woodpecker Hall Academy to join the PTA .
Email us for any suggestions or improvements regarding the PTA.
Chair of the newly re-launched PTA, Tara Gordon meeting with headteacher, Sharon Parson.
Tara and Sharon discussed ways the PTA could work closely with the school over the academic year.
The PTA is looking for more parents to get involved in the life of the school.
Want to get involved?
Download the Join the PTA flyer