Meet the PTA
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Hi, I am Freya. I am currently a full-time Carer at home.
I have a child in KS1 at Joseph Cash. I am the Chair of PTA. My role is to create agendas for meetings, arrange events, schedules and generally helping our team of PTA.
We are always looking for new recruits so no matter what your talents, please come along and say “Hello”. We are all friendly and approachable.
Hello, my name is Claire. I am the Vice Chair of our schools PTA. I have volunteered within the school for the last 10 years, working in the PTA and as a Class assistant for reading.
I have a son in Year 4. I enjoy reading and Astronomy.
Hi, my name is Manjit
I have 4 children 2 of which are currently attending Joseph Cash. My eldest son is in KS2 and my youngest is in Early Years.
I have been a Parent Governor for just over 4 years and I also hold the Treasurer post of PTA for the last 6 years. On Fridays I help run the schools Stay & Play sessions in the Dining Hall.
All of these roles help me understand the school.
I volunteer at St Francis Church one day a week, where I cook for the Community.
In my free time, when I get some, I enjoy drawing. That’s all about me, so if you see me around school, come over and say “Hi”
Hello my name is Becky. I’ve been part of the P.T.A at Joseph Cash School since we started. I join the team as a parent: all my children attended J.C and when they left, I stayed on the P.T.A as a staff member. I work part time as Support Staff in Year 4 and worked in Early Years for a few years before that, so I have been involved with the school a long time. I’m always around.
My role on the P.T.A is supporting and volunteering my time to run events and activities, to help raise extra funds for the school and students, bringing the school and families closer together to help our children.
The P.T.A is a great way to get involve with the school and doesn’t take up a lot of your time. We are looking for parents who came spare a little of their time to support fundraising and have tons of fun along the way. We meet once a half term, one evening after school (sometimes if we have an event arranged we may have more than one meet but this can be arranged for everyone) to discuss upcoming events or activities we can help with or run. If you don’t feel you have the time to volunteer but want to know more all parents are welcome to come along to our meets to see what we are about and how you could help in other ways.