St Aidan’s PSA is a parent-led, voluntary association which exists to support the school and to raise funds to provide resources not available through our local authority.
We aim to:
build a sense of community
enable active parent/guardian involvement
raise additional resources
All parents and guardians automatically become a member of the PSA when your child joins the school. We hope you will choose to get involved and we look forward to seeing you at our events and meetings!
What does the PSA do?
We organise fundraising events such as the Summer and Christmas Fairs and community events like our popular International Evening or Quiz nights
We meet every half-term to discuss and make plans. Dates and times of meetings appear in book-bag handouts, on notices around the school and in our school newsletter, ‘Headlines’.
How is the PSA organised?
The PSA committee includes a Chair, Secretary and Treasurers/s as well as representatives from the school and Governing Body. They are supported by Class Reps from each year who keep the flow of communication going and help organise class level support for events.
What items have the PSA purchased to support the school?
The Playpod in the main playground for children to have creative play at lunchtimes.
KS2 Fruit. Ensuring that the whole school receive fruit at break time.
Lighting rigs and microphones for school plays and assemblies.
Storage “shed” for school & PSA.
Raspberry Pi coding computers.
School clock, Web cam nesting box – Items for the outside learning environment
IT Suite Laptops
How can I help?
Without your support the PSA cannot function effectively. Why not speak to your Class Rep to find out how you can support our next event? Or come along to a PSA meeting where you can help to improve our work and put forward your own ideas.
There are many different ways to get involved from helping to distributing leaflets for an event through to making mulled wine for the Christmas Fair!
Donating to the PSA
Donations are very important for our work and any amount is greatly appreciated.