PTA stands for Parents and Teachers Association. It is presently run by parents of pupils at St Luke’s. All parents become members of the group when their children join the School. We meet regularly, at various venues, to discuss current issues and forthcoming events.

The PTA organises and runs a number of events, throughout the academic year, ranging from ‘Family Nights’ through to the Summer Fair. All proceeds raised at these functions are used to directly benefit the children of St Luke’s School.

How can you help?

We welcome any help in any form! We recognise that parents have many commitments and may be able to help in different ways. If it’s manning a stall, baking a cake, donating prizes, selling raffle tickets, coming to meetings, giving us ideas or feedback we want to hear from you! Please contact us via school reception on 01457 852602 .

How can you help raise money when you shop online?

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and when you shop using the links on, up to 15% from every purchase you make is donated to our school. We can even raise money every time you do your online Tesco food shop!

It doesn’t cost you a penny extra to shop and raise funds for our school using this site, and as many retailers now give extra discounts when you buy online, you can even save money!

This service is easy to use and it’s completely FREE and there are many special offers and deals for people that use it, so everybody wins.

To start please Register so that the companies know who you support. Then just remember to use the site the next time you shop online!

How do we spend our money?

Expenditure is voted on regularly at PTA meetings. Why not come along and help decide how we spend it! Over the past few years we have spent money on the following:

  • Part-funding for Roman and Viking Invaders Day for KS2
  • Part-funding for Diwali dancing visitor for KS1
  • New curtains for the School hall
  • Non-fiction books for KS1 (to encourage interest in reading among boys)
  • New sports kit for the School teams
  • Rechargeable batteries and rechargers for mini-movie cameras
  • Portable projector
  • Outdoor cupboards for toys and gardening tools
  • Transport for school trips
  • Plants for Gardening Club
  • An outdoor classroom
  • Tablet computers for the children.

Current Committee Members:

Chair: Zoe Bowers
Vice-Chair: Nicola Williamson
Treasurer: Helen Holmes
Secretary: Deb Griffiths-Jones