PTA

        The Burnham Grammar School Parent Teacher Association involves parents of current pupils, who volunteer                their time to organise and run fundraising events in  aid of the school, in partnership with the staff. Over the              years, through the support and generosity of the parents, pupils and the general public, we have raised                      thousands of pounds. This has enabled us to fund many of the things which the school would just not be able to          afford otherwise, such as a new piano for the music department, school mini bus, department iPads and a                  trampoline for the PE department. In these times of austerity measures and budget cuts, the money                          the PTA raises is even more vital to the school and it is all done on an entirely voluntary basis, but we need your           help to do it! 

How can you help?

Join the 250 Club

The 250 Club is the school’s own mini lottery run by the PTA. Just £20 buys you one number for the whole school year (November through to July) which is entered into the monthly draw, if your number is drawn you will win the £20 prize and in December you can win £100. The more numbers you purchase the greater the chances of winning! Payment can be made through Parentpay or by cheque to Burnham Grammar PTA.

Support our fund raising events

All events will be advertised on the website and by letter/texts home.

Make a Donation!

If you do not wish to take part in the 250 Club, perhaps you would consider making a donation instead?

Why not join the PTA?

With your help for a few hours a term we can raise the funds which really will make a BIG difference to the school. We mainly help out by serving refreshments at school events, but are always open to new ideas for fund-raising.

The next PTA meetings are: 

Monday 13 May, 7pm 

Monday 10 June, 7pm 

Monday 8 July, 7pm 

 

To Find Out More

If you would like to find out more about what we do and how you can get involved then please  email info@burnhamgrammar.org.uk and mark for the attention of the PTA Chair. 

 

 

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