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How can you help?

 

We rely on willing parents to help plan, organise, supervise and attend our events, so please consider if you could spare a little time to contribute in any way. We need you!

 

Become a committee member

Committee members are parents/guardians with children in all year groups of the school. We meet monthly during term times (normally on a weekday evening at school). If you are interested in becoming a committee member then why not come along to a meeting and see what we are all about. There is no obligation to commit for any length of time, and if you are new to the school then it’s a great way to meet other parents. We would love to welcome some new faces and fresh ideas!

 

Volunteer to help at some of our events

We are always in need of volunteers to supervise the school discos and help out at the Christmas Bazaar and Inflatable Day. You can contact us now to be added to the FOT Helpers List and we will also send out forms before each event asking for help. Please do get involved, even if you can only spare an hour of time – every little counts!

 

Attend our events

None of our events would be a success without the parents and children who attend and take part. We hope to see as many of you as possible at our next event!

 

Donate

Are you able to donate raffle or tombola prizes, or bake cakes? Or do you work for a company that might be able to help in any way, by offering a prize or food and drink supplies, or through matched fund-raising?

 

Use your Co-op Community Card

By using your card at Co-op stores, the Quadrant and Co-op Travel Centres, FOT gain points for every £1 you spend, which we can cash in at the end of each year. It costs you nothing but earns valuable funds for FOT. Cards are also available for friends and family members so please ask if you would like some more.

 

Recycle your textiles through FOT

The recycling bin (located next to the ‘Small Wonders’ gate) can be used to recycle any unwanted clothes (adult and child), paired shoes, bags, ties, belts, household linen and towels (but please no duvets, pillows, toys or books). We are paid by weight, so the more we collect the better. Please place items in a carrier bag before putting in the bin, or we can provide large sacks if you are having a big clear out – just ask a member of FOT!

 

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