Who we are
The Friends' Association is a fundraising committee run by parents of children in the school and some of the staff. It helps provide all those little extras that enhance the children's lives in school.
We greatly appreciate any assistance. This can be anything from a little time spent helping out in the background, to coming along to the functions with friends and family or by joining the "Friends" committee. The money raised supports the school to enhance learning and provide activities for all the children.
What we do
We are always looking for new people to come and help at our events, to provide ideas, or carry out small tasks for us. If you can provide any help, however large or small, then please contact us.
We would love to hear your comments, suggestions and feedback regarding anything to do with Friends of St. Agnes
Thursday, 20th December 2018
Please be advised that two (2) strips of 5 tickets each will be sent with each student on Friday, 3rd December 2018. Each strip is £1. Families with more than two (2) children do not feel pressured to contribute for all the children.
Please include the tickets with your contribution in a sealed envelope. Write the child’s name and class year on the back of each ticket.
Please return the tickets to the school by
Friday, December 14th, 2018
We will sell raffle tickets during the Christmas Production.
Prizes include Wine and Prosecco bottles, Meal vouchers, Gift vouchers, Soft Play passes, Beauty Treatments, etc.
Listed below are the forms that are most used by the Committee. If you can’t find the form you are looking for, please contact us via email or Twitter naming the form that you need.
Just click on the form you need: print, complete and submit the form via email to email@example.com
‘Break The Rules Day’
On Friday, 19th October 2018, the Friends' Association organized its first ever fund raising event. 'Break The Rules Day' was a total success with the children The children made such great efforts and had lots of fun. We raised £373.
Thank you so much to all the volunteers for their time and efforts.
On Friday, 2nd November 2018 we had an amazing Halloween Disco at Barmoor Hub. The costumes were so creative and the children put lots of work in looking really scary and spooky. It was a fantastic night that helped us raised £258. We could not have done it without the amazing support and donations of the local shops and businesses such as Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Warburton, ASDA, Tesco, The Co-op, Mr McDonald (DJ) and others. Lets not forget all the volunteers who assisted before and after the event, our appreciation goes out to you as well.
Christmas Cards Fundraising
On Friday, 2nd November 2018, the children designed their very own Christmas Cards. We raised £162
Thursday, 20th December 2018
We have raised £793
In November 2018, the school requested our assistance in funding one (1) year membership costing £300 for the Power of Reading. A CLPE resource that allows access to over 200 teaching sequences and over 1000 examples of classroom practice that guide planning and help you to select the best teaching approaches to explore high quality texts in depth, enhancing reading comprehension and providing meaningful contexts and purposes for writing. This resource is accessible for Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2. We hope to build subject knowledge through the use of good quality children’s literature in all learning. Another focus will be to raise the achievement and attainment of children in literacy making sure it is in an effective and sustainable way.