Ansdell Primary PTFA
Ansdell Primary PTFA is a voluntary organisation that aims to raise money for the school while also bringing parents and teachers together socially. This page is used to update parents on the future plans of the PTFA, to show where the funds we have raised have been spent or allocated, and to provide a diary of forthcoming events.
We have also received Charity status which will provide further opportunities to obtain funding.
Facebook: To keep up to date with all PTFA activity please find us on Facebook!
The Easter Bake sale was a great success raising £451! Thank you to all who baked and bought!
Thank you to everyone who joined us, volunteered and contributed to our Christmas Fair. You have raised £2036.11p for the PTFA funds which will go towards equipment and experiences for the children of the school. Special thanks to Mr & Mrs Banks and the Carlton Hotel for donating the hot food for this event and to all the local businesses and parents who donated raffle prizes this year.
Join us for our next meeting on 18th April 2018 7pm in the School Hall.
In 2016/2017 we raised £8143.63
The PTFA have used funds this year for:
We have earmarked further funds to spend on new equipment for the Junior playground.
In 2015/2016 we raised £9450
2018 events dates:
Friday 27th April 2018
Friday 29th June 2018
Saturday 30th June 2018
The PTFA funded an inspiring school visit from Ben Smith.
Ben (34) raised over £320,000 for anti-bullying charities Kidscape and Stonewall by completing 401 marathons in 401 days last year. Since completing his challenge Ben has toured primary and secondary schools throughout the UK to raise awareness of bullying.
When asked by one of the children if he remembered Lytham Hall parkrun, he said:“Lytham Hall parkrun was a deal breaker for me. It was the first run I attempted after my 10 day halt with injury. If I hadn’t have got through that I wouldn’t have been able to complete the challenge.” He also recalled the particular windy conditions of the Blackpool leg of his journey!
Mrs Colligan was thrilled by the visit. She commented: “Ben’s manner with the children was fantastic and the lively question and answer session showed how engaged they all were.”
Inspired by the message of “anything is possible when you put your mind to it,” the children promptly went out to attempt their own marathons at breaktime!
Story Night. Thank you to everyone who cam along and the to readers and volunteers.!
The Speedstacks Set has just arrived!! Looking forward to learning a new skill!
June 2016 Thank you to the PTFA for our lovely new musical instruments