Fellside Parent Teacher Association

Our PTA was founded in the summer of 2018, following in the footsteps of our previous ‘Friends of Fellside’ group. The purpose of the group is to advance the education of all Fellside children by

  • developing effective relationships between staff, parents and others associated with the school
  • engaging in activities or providing facilities or equipment which support the school and advance the education of pupils.

The PTA keeps members of the school community up-to-date with developments and planned events through a newsletter, PTA Matters. Events are also recorded in the school newsletter, Fellside Matters, and on this website.

The Committee:

Trish Errington (Chair); Adam Bell (Vice Chair); Emma Sellars (Treasurer); Julia Cairns (Secretary); Helen Bowden; Jill Wake; Lindy Caleya-Chetty; Joanne Auton; Jane Armstrong (Teacher Representative).

Contact with the PTA can be made in a number of ways:

Facebook: Whickham Fellside PTA

Twitter: @FellsidePrimaryPTA

Email: fellsideprimarypta@outlook.com

 

 

 

Downloads

PTA Matter Edition 1

 

Fellside Summer Fair

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In the wind and rain of Monday 5th June, our official 50th birthday, we revealed our new Birthday Sculpture commissioned via local metal artist, Graeme Hopper.  We could not be more delighted with it! When planning it, our initial objectives were that the resulting...

Christmas Fair 2016

As always, our Christmas Fair on Friday 25th November was a great success. A huge thank you to everyone from Friends of Fellside, all you hard work is really appreciated. Thank you to Fellside staff and children who also helped on stalls. Thank you to all of the...

All the Fun of the Fair!

Not even the dull, wet day could damped the spirits of those many parents, grandparents and children who came to support the Summer Fair on Friday afternoon.  With a variety of stalls to enjoy, the crowds played the tombola, ate candyfloss and joined in with the...

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