Romsey Primary School & Nursery has a very active Parent Teacher Association, called Friends of Romsey Primary School (FoRPS).
We raise thousands of pounds each year to buy equipment and resources to enhance the children’s time at the school. For FoRPS it’s much more than just fundraising, it’s a link between home and school, and brings parents, staff and friends together socially in support of the school, and it’s fun!
All parents and members of the school community can get involved; any help however small is always needed to ensure our events are a success.
We hold many events throughout the year, which include our very successful summer and Christmas Fairs; these provide the children and their families with enjoyment and to develop a true community spirit.
Other popular events include our cake & uniform sales, discos and coffee mornings. As well as helping the school by funding major items or ‘nice to haves’, we provide assistance at school events.
We provide refreshments for special assemblies, concerts, sports day and our annual European day of languages, in which the children dress up in the chosen country’s colours, and FoRPS serve a traditional French breakfast to them.
Our biggest purchase to date is our amazing Play Trail, which all year groups can use and enjoy. It provides exercise, hand-eye coordination and most of all its great fun. However we have purchased a number of iPads for the children over the last couple of years.
If you wish to join us please leave a message for our Chair to contact you.
Thanks and see you soon
Emma Le Bas and the FoRPS team
|Chairperson||Emma Le Bas|
|Vice Chairperson||Michelle Poole|
|Vice Treasurer||Charlotte Barnes|
|Committee Members||Domini Godfrey, Nichola Hardwicke, Karen Ranger, Kelly Denton, Georgie Welch, Andrew Russell, Rachel Bailey, Katie Hannah, Rachel Manton, Kim Brumwell, Peggy Bartlett, Denise Farish, Zoe Duke, Catherine Fitch, Laura Darke|
How to help
We always need more helpers, so if you feel that you can spare some time to help, however small, please contact the school office or a member of the FoRPS Committee.