PTFA (Parent, Teacher & friends Association)
As your child becomes a member of Bradfields Academy, you will automatically become a member of our PTFA… your voice counts!
We are a friendly group of parents, grandparents, and staff members who organise events to raise money for educational and fun purposes for our children, we also organise out of school social events too.
There are a variety of ways you can help and be involved – from designing a poster, cleaning up after an event, making tea and coffee, baking cakes, helping out on a stall, etc.
It’s totally flexible
Giving up just 30 minutes of your time to help the PTFA is invaluable. You don’t have to attend PTFA meetings – you can use our contact details to send in ideas for discussion or let us know when you might be available to lend a hand.
You’ll feel more connected
Every PTFA event is an opportunity to meet other parents in the same situation as you. There’s no better way to know what events are being planned, have your say or make new fundraising suggestions, than by offering your help and support.
We’re not just for Mums!
It’s important to our PTFA, our academy and our children to have dads, grandparents, and other carers represented on our committee and to help reach out to others, are you a dad with a skill that would come in useful? Are you a grandparent with a creative flair?
See the smiles on your children’s faces and know that you have played a part in making their academy a little more fun! Making sure they have the resources they need or getting to go on a memorable trip!
Help plan fun events, socials and get-togethers. Suggest NEW fun ways to raise funds.
Our children are only at Bradfields for a relatively short time within their lives. PTFA events such as discos and other social events will be remembered fondly by our children for a lifetime. The equipment and resources the PTFA helps fund, make learning even more engaging and fun. Help us continue to create lasting memories for our children.
Should you wish to join or offer a little of your time up to help then please contact:
Contact the academy office on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01634 683990.