Welcome to the Parents’ Association, who are an important and integral part of the school community. We are an active and friendly organisation and our ongoing success is thanks to the support and commitment of our parents and their families and friends.
We organise a wide range of interesting and fun events and fundraising initiatives, bringing families together to foster the community spirit for which Reedham Park is so
well known. Our typical events include the Christmas and Summer Fayres, sponsored events, quiz nights, cake sales and a disco for the children. Photos of our recent events can be seen in the photo galleries.
Do get in touch with us and get involved, we would love to hear from you.
Phil Alderman, Chair
There are many ways you can help us from donating prizes for fayres and raffles to sourcing corporate sponsorship opportunities. We always welcome suggestions for new events and new fundraising ideas.
Please drop us an email, contact us via your Class Rep or stop us for a chat at the end of the lane!
We would love to hear from you.
There are four trustees and a further nine members on the committee, with small sub-committees to help our events run smoothly. We are a registered charity and a member of PTA-UK. This membership gives us guidance, support and full insurance cover.
We work in close partnership with the school to raise funds for specific projects, additional equipment and resources that will enhance the school’s facilities, making Reedham Park an even better place for our children to learn and develop.
All parents and guardians are welcomed as members of the Parents’ Association whilst their child is at Reedham Park. We rely on parents’ support for planning, organising and running our events and encourage all parents to help out whenever they can. Any offers of help are sincerely appreciated, however small!
Last year we raised nearly £11,000 and liaise closely with the head teacher to work out what is needed and how the funds raised are put to best use. We have recently purchased soundproof dividing walls for two classrooms, which has assisted with the flexibility of the school layout.