Welcome to the PFA section!
Who we are
Welcome to the Parent Friends Association (PFA) at Milford-on-Sea Church of England Primary School. We are a committee of volunteer parents of children currently at the school. The PFA is a registered charity working to raise funds for our much loved school.
What we do
At the start of each school year, we work with the teachers and pupils to understand what they would like to have at their school: those little and not so little extras that the school budget cannot stretch to.
Previous fundraising projects include:
The school's Eco Pod.
Interactive Whiteboards for each classroom.
Re-building the Raised Beds in the School's garden.
How we do it
It's all down to YOU!! We just couldn’t do it without the support from all the MOSPS parents: that might be you volunteering to help us out at an event for a short time, or just supporting us in your attendance at the various events we organise throughout the year.
Many events are organised by the committee, such as the Christmas Fair and Summer Fair, Quiz Nights and other exciting events. Keep your eyes peeled to see what's new for this year!
How you can help
Past experiences have shown that the “more hands on board, the lighter the load for everyone is" and more importantly, the more successful the events are; so if you are able to give up a little time to support the valuable work we do, please get in touch. We'd LOVE to hear from you.
If you would like to become one of our PFA Volunteers – whether you are a mum, dad or grandparent - and can spare some time now and again to help us out then please let us know. The volunteers will be called upon to help out with running an event on its chosen day and this could be anything from serving teas and coffees, selling raffle tickets or manning a stall for half an hour. The choice will be yours, you won’t end up doing something, you don’t want to!
If you have a specific skill, such as design, building, carpentry, cooking or sewing, then let us know. Between us all, this school has a wealth of talent that we can tap into, and ultimately benefit its pupils.
You can contact us by email at email@example.com, leave a message at the school office or just chat to one our committee members on the school run.