About your PFSA
Lightcliffe Parents’, Friends’ and Staff Association (PFSA for short!) committee is run by a small number of volunteer parents and teachers. We work closely with the school with the common goal of fundraising for the extra things that will enrich the education and experience of the children attending Lightcliffe Primary School.
We always try to keep the year varied by arranging new fundraising events and activities. As a parent, carer or member of staff, you are automatically a member of the PFSA, so if you have any suggestions on what else we can do to support this fabulous school, please let us know, get in touch here or email us on . Even better, if you would like to get involved more by joining the committee or simply volunteer to help at events, please get in touch here or email us on email@example.com
The PFSA committee meets roughly every half term to discuss fundraising activities and events. Meetings are informal, held on Monday evenings and usually last around 90 minutes.
Minutes of meetings
It is important to us to be open and transparent in what we do.
Minutes of PFSA meetings can be read here.
December (AGM) Minutes 2013
February Minutes 2014
The PFSA committee is made up of volunteer parents and teachers who fit in support around work and family commitments.
Mark Robinson (Chair)
Angela Sibley (Secretary)
Sara Bancroft (Volunteer Coordinator)
Heather Harding (Vice Chair / Website and Newsletter Coordinator)
Tim Shaw (Resources Coordinator)
Kate Dunkley (Deputy Head Teacher)
Charlie Woodbridge (Head Teacher)
Helen Bell (Treasurer)
Previous Fundraising Event Testimonials
““An all-round excellent event……the children had an excellent time and even we managed to get in some laughs!”
A Lightcliffe Primary School new parent
PFSA Regular Events
Pre-loved Uniform Shop
First Friday of every month
Held on the first Friday of the month, 3.00pm – 3.30pm
(in the school hall).
Bag yourself a bargain! If you have any donations of clean school uniform (particularly in larger sizes), please leave them in a bag in the box provided in the school entrance