Muddy bakery, camouflage and Mrs B’s fire.
Muddy bakery, camouflage and Mrs B’s fire.
Thank you for your support at this year’s AGM. At this meeting we reported on the achievements of Friends of Woodlands over the last year, elected our new committee members and announced our initial plans for this school year.
For those of you who weren’t able to join us here is a quick summary of the headline:
* Halloween Disco: £336
* Father’s Day: £76
* Summer Fair: £927
*Christmas Activities: £336
*Non-Uniform Day: £220
The following was spent by the FOW:
* Playground Markings
* Hamper Prize Money
* Year 6 Leavers Trip
*After School Provision – Toys
Costs for hosting events please see accounts
Friends of Woodlands, School Council and all of the children will be voting to decide where current funds and future money raised this academic year will be spent. Possible suggestions are as follows:
*’Quite area’ – Astro Turf and seating under the umbrella allowing more room on the playground
We are delighted with this achievement and want to thank you all for your support. Friends of Woodlands put the “FUN into FUNdraising”
New Committee Members
The committee members for the following year elected at the AGM are:
Chair’s name: Emma Moore
Vice’s name: Jill Clinton
Secretary’s name: Alison Cresswell
Treasurer’s name: Sarah Hodson
Committee members’ names:
Jayne Gurney Joseph Gurney Claire Saunders
Annette Smith Melanie Bray Sarah Hodson
Shirley Trow Mandy Vale Mandy Fisher
Leanne Sheldrick Elle Shaw Allie Cresswell
Emma Moore Steve Bowers Debbie Astbury
Woodlands staff all support Friends of Woodlands PTA.
Please let us know if you would like your name and contact details adding to the list of members.
How you can get involved and become a committee member
There are lots of ways you can help and support your child through FOW.
Offering to help before events or at other times during the year is so valuable. It doesn’t matter if you can’t help on a regular basis, or even if you cannot come into school. There are always jobs that can be done from home if you have half an hour to spare e.g. wrapping gifts, preparing raffle tickets etc. We really couldn’t achieve what we do without the behind the scenes help that we receive.
If you would like to be more involved you can volunteer to be a Committee Member. Any help you give to our association this year will directly benefit the children at Woodlands Primary School.
You can contact the PTA by email Friendsofwoodlands@hotmail.co.uk, through our website or using Friends of Woodlands PTA Facebook. Please take a note of these details and be in touch!
Sweet Shop – Friday 15th February
Comic Relief – Friday 15th March
Spring Disco – Tuesday 26th March
Mother’s Day Surprise gift – week commencing 25th March
Easter Parade – Wednesday 10th April
Non-Uniform Day – Friday 24th May
Summer Fayre/Sports Day – Wednesday 26th June
Thank you for your support and we hope to see new parents/carers joining Friends of Woodlands this academic year.
Friends of Woodlands
This afternoon we have been adventurous and been Gorge walking overlooking Fairbourne beach. Some children even braved the ‘slide’. Great fun was had by all and we are now looking forward to a fish and chip dinner.
After arriving safely through the picturesque countryside, we ate lunch and took part in team building exercises with our group and instructors. Beds were made without any fuss. The weather has been lovely here today so we ventured down the beach to explore our new surroundings and watch the sun begin to set. After a roast dinner, we spent our money at the tuck shop and set off for a night walk. All tucked up in bed asleep now ready for a fun filled day tomorrow.
The children are all packed and ready to come home and tell you about their adventures!
They are now doing their last activity – orienteering!
The children have had a very busy day!
After scrambling and lunch, they had a very wet afternoon gorge walking.
They have just enjoyed a visit to the tuck shop and are now having a hot chocolate.
This morning, we have been scrambling. The children were fantastic and all reached the summit.
We are now back at Arthog for lunch including soup and hot chocolate to warm us up!
The children have had a wonderful afternoon taking part in onsite team-building activities ready for the next few days. They also enjoyed a visit to the beach and got their feet wet!
We are just about to have tea and will then be going out for a night walk before bed. We are hoping to see a shooting star!
We have arrived and the children are tucking into their lunch!
Forest School club in the snow… including a snow puppy!