Welcome to the PTFA!
Here is some of the fun fundraising we have done so far this year!
All Saints has a vibrant and enthusiastic Parent, Teacher and Friends Association (PTFA), very much supported by all those involved in the school.
The PTFA’s primary role is to organise activities and events which not only raise funds for the school to ensure each and every child benefits, but bring our wonderful school community together. We meet regularly through the year to ensure the smooth running of all events – from cake sales, quiz nights, summer BBQs, Christmas fairs - they are all run by a team of dedicated parents and teachers.
All new parents joining the school are most welcome at the PTFA meetings and we would encourage you to become involved. Even a small amount of your time can go a long way!
We are a small school but manage to raise significant amounts every year for the children. Over the past few years, we have furnished the school with new interactive screens with touchscreen technology for each classroom, new playground equipment, musical instruments , new library books and much more.
Should you have any questions regarding the PTFA, fundraising or upcoming events, please contact one of the PTFA members around school or drop us an email on email@example.com.
Meet the PTFA team
The committee is led by elected officers, who for 2022/23 are:
Lucas Gracia – Chair
Lucas has two children currently in Dudley and Ash class. He studied Computer Science at university and currently works as a civil servant for the MoD. Lucas is married to Helen and they live in Warwick.
Andy Heath – Vice Chair
Andy's son Freddie is currently a Year 4 in Dudley. Married to Sue, Andy divides his time between house renovation, advising the Police & Crime Commissioner, working on The Samaritans helpline, providing Sports & Remedial Therapy and competing in various competitive sports at an international level. Andy also struggles to play drums and guitar for the enjoyment of his neighbours.
Ellie Sutcliffe - Treasurer
Ellie has two children at All Saints in years 2 and 3. Ellie is a doctor and works as a GP and also doing research.
Lindsay Wilson – Secretary
Lindsay’s eldest daughter Ella is in Year One in Oak class. She is currently a full-time mum, having made the not-so-difficult decision to give up her job in investment banking to become an expat for three years in Shanghai, China with her family. She is married to Mark and lives in Kenilworth.