Our Parent Teacher Association
Welcome to Holy Redeemer School PTA
Our Parent and Teacher Association are just that: a committee of staff and parents working together with a common goal – making our school the best it can be.
Our PTA aims to:
Develop effective relationships between the governors, staff and parents, aiding communication and a sense of team work.
Arrange events and activities that raise funds for equipment and projects in school to enhance the education of the pupils.
Organise social events for the enjoyment of the pupils, their families and the wider community.
romote an inclusive school community which encourages a sense of pride in all we do to benefit our children.
Meet the Team
Chairperson: Charlotte Sleightholme
Secretary: Lottie Veasey
Treasurer: Claire Chatterton
Committee Member: Irina Leilmeza
Committee Member: Amanda Taylor
Committee Member: Charlotte Brennan
As parents at our school, we are really keen to benefit our children in any way we can, whether this is by raising money for much needed equipment and resources, or treating them to fun social events. Although we have listed the core committee above, we are much bigger than this with many parents doing what they can when they can. Everybody is welcome and all help is greatly appreciated!
We are constantly looking for new fundraising schemes, and welcome any offers of help and new ideas. If you would like to share your skills and ideas (or even organise something yourself!), you can join our WhatsApp group, come along to a meeting or simply chat to us in the playground.
We hold 3 fayres each year, Christmas, Easter and Summer and aim to hold other fundraising events throughout the year such as film nights but we are always open to new ideas and helpers to plan and run events.
We also fundraise by applying to local businesses and trusts to fund specific projects or overheads relating to the preparation of fayres.
If you are interest in being involved as a parent, carer or local business contact our Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org