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East Bergholt C E VC Primary School
School Lane, East Bergholt, CO7 6SW, UK Colchester
+44 (0)1206 298202




The purpose of the PTA is to help raise funds for the school and give parents, teachers and children the opportunity to take part in various social events. The PTA is run by a committee made up of parents and teachers who regularly meet to organise and discuss such events.

    At the moment the PTA is run by a very small committee. This is making it very difficult to organise events such as the Summer Fayre. We badly need some more people to join the committee and for others to offer help on the day. If we do not have the manpower we cannot continue to organise events such as fayres , discos and bonfire night which most people seem to enjoy. Funds raised by such events would also be lost.


Please support the PTA and their fundraising campaign, 30% of sales will go towards playground equipment


This brings the total raised this term:-  £829


Autumn Term:

Monday 4th September -Monday  18th December 2006

(non pupil day Friday 1st September 2006)

Half - term 23- 27th October 2006

(non pupil day Friday 20th October)


Spring Term:

Thursday 4th January - Friday 30th  March 2007

(non pupil day Wednesday 3rd January)

Half - term 12th-16th  February 2007


Summer Term:

Tuesday 17th April - Friday 20th  July 2007

Half - term 28th May - 1st  June

(non pupil day Monday 16th April)


The parents/guardians

I/we will try to:

bullet ensure that my child arrives for school on time and attends regularly;
bullet support the school over school uniform;
bullet contact the school by 9.30am if my child is absent and provide a note on their return;
bullet support the behaviour policy of the school;
bullet attend parents' evenings;
bullet let the school know of any concerns or problems that might affect my child's work or behaviour;
bullet encourage my child to fully involve themselves in all aspects of school life;
bullet support my child in homework and regularly read with them;
bullet avoid taking holidays in term time.

The School 

The School will try to:

bullet care for your child's safety and happiness;
bullet provide a curriculum that is broad and balanced and that meets legal requirements;
bullet provide regular opportunities for your child's progress to be reported upon;
bullet contact parents if there is a problem with attendance, punctuality, work or behaviour;
bullet  keep parents informed of general school matters;
bullet offer parents the opportunity to involve themselves in school life;
bullet set and monitor homework and provide opportunities for extra study.

The Pupil

I shall try to:

bullet attend regularly and on time;
bullet wear the school uniform correctly;
bullet be prepared for all of my lessons;
bullet keep all of my school and homework up to date;
bullet behave in an acceptable way, following school codes of behaviour;
bullet ensure that I deliver school letters to my parents/guardian.


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