• Who is a member of the PTA? Every parent, guardian, teacher or carer of a child at Norland School is automatically a member of the Parent Teacher and Friends Association (PTFA).
  • Why we are here? The PTFA is here for you - the parents, guardians, friends and teachers of all the children who attend Norland School. Our main aim is to raise funds to purchase items that would otherwise fall outside the school's budget. We also provide an informal social network for parents.
  • How does it work? The PTFA is currently run by a core of volunteers who regularly attend the PTFA meetings and help to organise events such as the School Discos, Summer Fair and Film Nights. We have officers of the PTFA, however everyone is free to contribute as little or as much as they like as infrequently or as often as they like.
  • PTFA Meetings Meetings are held roughly every 6 weeks during term time, usually in the school or at the Moorcock on a week day evening. Everyone is invited to come along to any of the meetings whether it's simply to listen to what's going on, express an opinion, make a suggestion, volunteer to help or become a member of the committee. We also have working groups consisting of volunteers who co-ordinate the fundraising activities.
  • Volunteering If you feel you would like to get involved either by helping at an event, giving us a great idea or you have a skill that you think we could use, making cakes, graphic design, web site design, marketing or PR experience to name but a few then please get in touch. We are always happy to welcome new volunteers and appreciate all the help that we get.