After a period of reforming and regrouping, the newly named parents and teachers association has finally re-launched itself as The Friends of Court Fields School.
We have a 2-3 year plan to introduce various schemes which will improve the school site and offer all pupils the opportunity to try various recreational and educational activities. We plan to create an environment which allows the pupils to fully use the school site in ways which will make the school day more enjoyable, as well as fun!!
The Friends of Court Fields School will be supporting the school’s Reward and Award system and providing badges for achievements. Our first exciting project is to create a raised bed garden within the school grounds. Each area will represent a school House. The pupils will be involved in the design of the project as well as maintaining the gardens on a daily basis. Again, the Friends will be providing various awards for participation and achievement.
The Friends are raising the money for the building works and the provision of the gardening tools. Yearly fundraising or sponsorship will enable the project to be sustained over time for future students to enjoy.
We welcome any parents who would either like to join this worthwhile committee or would like to sponsor any of our future projects.
Future projects that have been discussed are:
Creating a courtyard garden which can be accessed by students
- Introducing animals to the school to help with learning and confidence building
- Looking at improving sites around the school to soften the buildings and create a more usable and aesthetically pleasing environment.
Fundraising will take place throughout the year and we look forward to your support. If you have any ideas with regards to fundraising we would be happy to hear from you.
Mrs S Colman Miss S Poole Mrs M-L Neason
Chairman Secretary Treasurer
Friends of Court Fields School
- joining the committee
- helping at events
please contact the school:
by e-mail either through the website or to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or by telephone to 01823 664201.
Someone from the FCFS will then contact you.