Booking flights and holidays, ordering your weekly food shop, buying something from Amazon, John Lewis and other retailers then you can earn a free donation for the LMS PTA. All PTA funds go back to school and benefit every pupil. Easy to do and it doesn't cost you anything! Take a look at the details here.
Form reps are an invaluable part of the PTA infrastructure. It is their job to get to know children's parents in their class well and to know what time and talent parents have available to offer the PTA.
They also represent the views of the class in a termly meeting help during school hours with the Headteacher. This provides her with valuable feedback on what is working well – and not so well – for your daughters. Ms Stevenson knows that events to celebrate or issues of concern are very different across the school and values the chance to focus in on year-specific items in these meetings.
We need form reps for all the Forms in the school. If you would like to discuss the role in more detail or become a rep please email Caroline Jopp. It is always especially nice to hear from dads.
It involves making sure that our largely virtual organisation, stays in touch with itself! We'll make sure that there are reps for each form but it will be your role to attend monthly PTA meetings, so you are informed, can spread the word and get your forms involved with PTA events and matters. Our PTA achieves amazing things but we couldn't do this without the support of pro-active Form Reps.
They also represent the views of the class in a termly meeting during school hours with the Headteacher. This provides her with valuable feedback on what is working well – and not so well – for your daughters.
The PTA doesn't often tweet but for those of you who would like to follow, we are @LMSPTA
LMSPTA email address
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The school's website includes a password protected Parents Area which contains material of specific interest to current (rather than prospective) parents. You need to register the first time you visit to acquire a username and password.