What we do
The Parent Teachers Association (PTA) raises money to pay for equipment and activities for all the children at the school. All parents, carers or family members of a pupil at the school can play a part in helping to organise and run events.
We always need more volunteers, so if you can help, or have a fundraising idea that we could use please get in touch. From baking cakes, moving tables, DJ-ing at the discos to donating prizes - all help is greatly appreciated!
The PTA meets regularly to plan money raising activities and work out how to spend the thousands of pounds which are generated. These are very informal meetings and everyone is welcome. With your help we can raise even more money for our school.
If you would like to get involved or have any questions regarding the PTA or its activities, please contact Karen Roberts or Tanya Aldred via the school office.
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On Saturday May 7th the PTA held their second 'Come What May' night with Damon Gough, Badly Drawn Boy. Damon's children are alumni of Chorlton CE primary and for the last two years he has volunteered to host a gig in St Clement's Church with all proceeds going to the church and the school. We are very grateful for his continued association witht he school, long may it continue. See the photos from the night below, thanks to Gail Secker for her photography.