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Parents' Association

The Parents’ Association (RGSPA) supports the parents, the boys and the School in a number of ways:

  • providing a social link between parents and the School;

  • supporting the school community by running the sale of second-hand uniform and by serving refreshments at Parents’ Evenings;

  • integrating new parents into the school community;

  • raising funds for school equipment and for sponsorship of boys individually.

Membership of the Association is free. It is automatically extended to the parents and guardians of all boys and continues while the boys remain at the School. Approximately 20 parents, supported and assisted by one of the Deputy Heads, sit on a committee to organise and run activities and events. New members are always warmly welcomed; the only expectation is to be available to attend two evening committee meetings a term which usually take place on the first Monday evening of each half of term, and to be able to commit some time to help out with events and/or activities, including serving teas and coffees at a Parents’ Evening.

The RGSPA is always open to new ideas as to how the PA can serve the community better and welcomes all comments or questions.  All parents are invited to attend the various events and take a full and active involvement in the RGSPA. Forthcoming events are highlighted below. In addition, information will be available in the School Calendar and the weekly parental communication.

Forthcoming Events

Quiz Night - Saturday 28th January

Spring Party - Saturday 18th March 

Contact

The senior committee members 2016 - 2017 of the RGSPA are:

Chairman: Tracey Bowler
Vice Chairman: Julie Scott
Secretary: Sharron Green
Treasurer: Claire Martin
Sponsorship & Grants: Tara Thomas

The easiest way to contact us is via the PA email. A broad overview of the RGSPA’s activities and objectives can be found in the latest AGM Minutes and Constitution.

 

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