What is the Parent & Staff Association?
Every parent is automatically a member of the PSA. The Association’s aim is to support the school and foster the links between the two. The PSA organises many fundraising and social events. These include social evenings, coffee mornings, afternoon teas, bake sales, picnics, fairs etc.
Please check the notice board in the playground for latest information from the PSA. There is also a small PSA noticeboard in the school office. Also check out the school newsletter, the ‘Brackenbury Buzz’ which is emailed to all parents every other Thursday to keep parents informed of up and coming events. Please ensure the school has your email address.
Members of the Committee are elected by the parents and carers each year at the Annual General Meeting . The Committee members then elect a Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer.
The Committee decides and plans the events and activities each year.
The PSA’s official name is Friends of Brackenbury School, is a registered charity (No. 1106765) and publishes an Annual Report & Accounts each year.
PSA Committee with the class of their child/children:
Tak Ledger RW
Kayleigh John Brown 6F
Louise McCarroll 1B & 2L
Sumaya Monem 4A
Jasmine Prince 2L
Maxine Wellington 5C
Shehnaz Banukhan 1B & 3L
Alejandra Alcala RH
Cassie Charles 2B & 6F
Giles Finnemore – Staff
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Please be careful, especially when making a donation, not to confuse us with Parents Teachers and Friends of Brackenbury Primary School which is in Brighton & Hove
Ways to support the school….
Volunteer to help at PSA events.
To donate £5 text BRAC18£5 to 70070
To donate £10 text BRAC18£10 to 70070
Raise sponsorship and donate to the PSA.
Join Easyfundraising and you can collect donations for the school every time you buy something online from retailers like John Lewis, ASOS, M&S, Aviva, Tesco, Asda, Thomas Cook, Thomson Holidays and many more. It won’t cost you a penny. The retailer donates to the school every time you spend.
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