Dear Children, Parents/Carers and Teachers
Allocation of PTA Funds
Rothwell Primary School PTA raises money to enable the school to pay for events, activities or equipment outside the normal school budget. We aim to use this money to enrich school life for all children.
We are proud of the money we have raised to date and what it has been used for. In the last year we have raised money through fun activities including a cinema evening, fashion show, Halloween disco, summer bbq, Christmas wrapping room and by selling refreshments at school events. This money has been spent on things such as subsidising school trips; drinks and snacks for the Pantomime; story teller for Roald Dahl day and much, much more.
We want to ensure that PTA funds are allocated in the fairest way and that the process is as simple as possible. To this end we have created a funding request form, which is attached to this letter and will also be made available via the PTA section of the school website. If you have an idea for an event, activity or equipment which could be paid for by PTA funds to benefit pupils then the process is as follows:
• Complete a funding request form
• Submit it to the PTA (directly or via the school office)
• PTA will discuss and make a decision at their next meeting (based on the amount of money requested and the number of requests we have received) Please do speak to a member of the PTA if you have any questions about the allocation of PTA funds.
Thank you again for your continued support. Rothwell Primary PTA
PTA Minutes 2018/2019
Rothwell Primary PTA would like to thank parents for their ongoing support. We’d like to share the 2018 ins and outs so far –
£585 from the Disco
£140 Valentines Bear
£90 Bags to school
2018 Donations so far –
£125 Star of the week trophies
£127 Pantomime snacks
£9.99 per month for Netflix Subscription
£365 Egyptian Study day to school
£408 Chapel FM visit to school
£1000 Contribution to the Summer House
£400 Petting Farm Visit to school
£120 Contribution towards coach for Yr3/4 Skipping competition