Friends of Ettington School

The Friends of Ettington School (FoES) is run by an enthusiastic group of parents, supported by staff and many helpers, who give their time to run an exciting range of events over the year to raise money for the school. Over the last academic year, FoES gave the school £10000 enabling the school to update its IT resources, increase the range of books in the school library and create a ‘Trim Trail’ in the school playground. Last year was also a great fundraising year, through the many different events including a summer fete, discos and cake sales (to mention a few!) FoES raised £5493.43. The money raised really makes a difference to the children and staff.

We have a committee which meets regularly throughout the year to plan and organise exciting events to raise money to support our great school. Anyone can get involved so do feel free to come along to a meeting, they are informal and sociable. A good way to get to know other parents!

A couple of pictures from the recent Table Top Sale

If you would like to come along to a meeting either…

Contact Sally Whale on sally@nickwhale.com
or
visit the Facebook page – FOES – Friends of Ettington School

Key Roles for Academic Year 2016/17:-

Chair of FoES:  Sally Whale
Secretary:  Rennie Boreham
Treasurer:  Amy Aggiss

Classroom Reps:
Reception: Libby Salmon
Year 1: Paula Buffery
Year 2: Sam Collis
Class 3/4: Amy Aggiss
Class 4/5: Philippa Brown
Class 5/6: Alison Joyner
Facebook Page: Amy Aggiss

100 Club:
 TBA
Second Hand School Uniform Shop: Amy Aggiss

Cake Sale Co-ordinator  for 2016/2017: Hannah Edmonds

Correspondence (click to download)

All FOES correspondence for 2016/17 will be filed here:

FoES Summer Games can or can’t help
Whole School Disco – Friday 31st March
FoES Xmas Jumper & Festive Family Fun Afternoon
Foes Leaflet

Whole School Disco – Friday 18th November
Ettington Village Christmas Shopping Evening
FoES Donation Requests Upcoming Events

Archive

All correspondence for 2015/16 is now available in the archive

> Archive correspondence