Hello and welcome to Christchurch PTFA
We are a school community group of parents, teachers, staff and friends of Christchurch Academy. You are welcome to attend our meetings or offer any ideas to support the group. You will always receive a warm welcome.
The aim of the PTFA is to give parents a voice in the education of our children. It is about organising fun events that the children will enjoy and remember. We have been involved in organising school disco’s, a Christmas Raffle, School Rocks and Summer Fete. The funds that are raised are extremely important to the school as we strive to create an environment where all children can reach their full potential.
PTFA Committee 2018/19
We are pleased to announce a new PTA team for the current school year.
If you wish to contact the team with any fund raising ideas please email email@example.com.
Chair: Maxine Colclough
Vice Chairs: Anna Wright and Kim Wyatt
Treasurer: Karen Carney
Secretary: Victoria Leigh
Members: All parents and staff
You will see us around school so please pop over and say ‘hello’.
Support our PTA when shopping online.visit easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/ccapta . Join and without costing you anything you will raise money for our pupils just by shopping online.
We have lots of second hand uniform available for a small donation. Please ask any of the committee members if you would like to take a look or email Maxine at PTA@cca.staffs.sch.uk
PTFA work with the School Council
Jess and Ella in Year 6 wrote to the PTFA on behalf of School Council to ask for 18 enamel badges printed with ‘School Council’. The PTFA appreciate all of the work of the children on the School Council and agreed to donate £53.82.
PTFA say ‘Let’s Learn with LEGO’
To support the wider school curriculum and enable Years 7 and 8 to participate in the national First Lego League tournament, the PTFA have provided funds to purchase a second Lego Education set. What could be better than learning while having so much fun!
Fancy a Cuppa and a Chat?
Mrs Stangroom is offering support to parents at a new welfare group to run on Friday mornings. This is a fabulous opportunity for parents to chat about any issues and share ideas with each other. All parents are welcome to attend.
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Dates For Your Diary
PTFA Spring Disco
The spring disco was a resounding success with over 100 pupils attending to see Mr Hodson's Pineapple Pen dance. Make sure you get a ticket for the next one.
Spring Fair 2016 Success
On behalf of the PTFA I would like to say a huge thankyou for all your support with the Spring Fair last Friday. Whether helping organise the event, setting up stalls or attending on the night, all contributions made it a truly successful evening .
We raised a staggering £1261.37
Thanks once again,
Sam Lockett (PTA Chair)
Gold RE Quality Mark Award
We are very pleased to announce that we have been awarded the highest accolade from the Religious Education Council of England and Wales: the Gold RE Quality Mark. The REQM recognises high quality RE, providing learners with authentic experiences and contributing to whole school outcomes. In...
Douglas MacMillan Coffee Morning
Douglas MacMillan Coffee Morning 2018 A fantastic achievement: the whole CCA community came together to raise a staggering £1117 for Macmillan. Particular thanks go to our Year 7 pupils who did an outstanding job manning the stalls and organising the sales. We are very grateful to all those who...
Parents Guide for Dealing with Self-harming Children
In light of the shocking recent statistics regarding self-harming in children, here is a guide for parents. Click here to open the website. ...
ASKIP Warning for Parents
Please can all parents be aware of a new messaging app that is currently popular. This app allows users to send and receive anonymous messages. This is leading to extreme abuse in some circumstances. Please be vigilant and explain to children that nothing good can come from anonymous messaging. ...
Parents Guide to Roblox
Many of our pupils use the app Roblox. This is a game with a chat element which may have hidden dangers. ...
Parents Guide to Fortnite
Christ Church Academy Pupils Meet Professor Brian Cox
Year 6 pupils today were asked to attend Stafford College Lego Innovation Studio for two programming sessions during a visit to the college by Professor Brian Cox. All pupils excelled themselves building robots with a forklift arm and completing a variety of space themed challenges. Professor...