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Minutes of a meeting of the PTFA held on 28th January 2024.  Please click here to read the minutes from this meeting.


Coming up!

Summer Vibes Dress-Up Day - Friday 24th May

If you have any of your own ideas for fundraising that you would like to do in aid of the PTFA, we'd love to hear from you, and you could earn your very own PTFA badge.

Looking further ahead, we will have our annual Summer Fair on Saturday 15th June - save the date! Also coming up are our popular Ice Lolly Fridays on 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th June and 5th, 12th July.  Finally for now, there will be another Bag2School collection on Thursday 13th June.

Thank you for your support.

Labelling uniform - don't forget

Please make sure that you label all of your child's clothing and belongings which they wear/bring to school. If you order name labels from the PTFA earns 30% commission on every order when you use our fundraising code 7650. Parents from our school who already use Stikins have commented on how good they are.


Thank you to everyone who came to the Painty Party last Friday. A fun evening was had by all, and we raised over £500 in the process.


Congratulations to Kate Harvey, on completing the Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday. Including Gift Aid, Kate has already raised in excess of £500 in sponsorship for the PTFA. Thank you and well done, Kate! Kate's JustGiving page is still open for another few weeks if anyone would like to donate.


We have some fundraising successes to celebrate this week:

  • Thank you to everyone who donated to the Bag2School collection. We're pleased to confirm that it raised £120.
  • Well done to year 6 pupil, Matthew, who raised £85.50 with his pop-up pocket money toy stall last Friday, and thank you to everyone who supported him.
  • A big thank you to Fulbourn Arts who raised around £140 for the PTFA through their ceilidh ticket sales.


Things you can be doing to help the PTFA at no cost to yourself include:

  • Signing up to so you can earn money for the PTFA as you shop online. Our charity is called Fulbourn Primary School PTFA - Cambridge on their system.
  • Donating used printer ink cartridges for recycling. The last box we sent off for recycling raised over £50. You can leave old cartridges at the school office or pass them to Sarah Davies.
  • Start saving your unwanted clothing for our Bag2School collection in September. We'll be collecting:
  • Men’s, Ladies’ and Children’s clothing
  • Paired shoes (tied together or elastic band around)
  • Handbags
  • Hats
  • Bags
  • Scarves and ties
  • Jewellery
  • Lingerie
  • Socks
  • Belts
  • Soft toys
  • Household linen
  • Household curtains
  • Household towels
  • Household bedding (bed sheets, pillow cases and duvet covers but NOT duvets)

Thank you for your support!

Annual General Meeting

The PTFA has worked hard over the past year organising fun events for children and families, as well as raising valuable funds for the school.  Have a look at the minutes from the recent AGM to find out more:

A big thank you to everyone who joined us for another fantastic quiz night, and especially to our quiz master, Mat Meredith. It raised £550.

Thank you to everyone who has supported the Secret Postcards Project too, whether in making postcards, coming to see them, helping at the exhibitions, or bidding in the auction. We're delighted that so many people seem to have enjoyed the project, and it looks set to have raised around £1,600. Click below to see the 'Big Reveal' document in which you can find out who was the artist behind each postcard. If you had a go at the quiz sheet, you can also find out the answers below.  

The money raised at these events will help with current projects, including developing the allotment area, and funding loose parts play equipment and storage, for more creative play opportunities at break times. We're also looking to provide some covered outdoor seating, as requested by the children. These bigger projects are on top of funding maths, art and library resources, coach travel for year 5/6 swimming lessons, and experiences such as the Living Eggs (chicks) project and Victorian school day. We work hard to ensure that all year groups benefit fairly from PTFA spending.

Don't Forget - easyfundraising

You can raise free funds for Fulbourn Primary School every time you shop online.  Click below to find out more about how you can help us via easyfundraising.

Fulbourn Primary School Parents, Teachers and Friends Association (PTfA)

That's all of us!

We are not an exclusive club.  We are just a group of parents,

organising some events to help make the school a great place to be.

About Us

The PTfA support the school by organising social events and raising funds which go directly to the school for the direct benefit of the children.

Did you know?

PTfA funds have previously paid for

  • The outdoor play equipment
  • The new library
  • The Big Cat reading book scheme
  • Maintenance of the school swimming pool
  • A range of other resources including musical instruments, computers and garden equipment

The PTfA Committee and being a member

Our current committee:


Sarah D

Sarah F

As a committee, we steer the co-ordination of PTfA events and link closely on a regular basis with the Headteachers and the Men in Schools group.

But we can't do it alone!  We are always looking for more helpers and new ideas to bring to the PTfA.  All talents are welcome and there are opportunities to contribute a little or a lot or anything in between.

The PTfA meets regularly at The Six Bells to plan activities such as discos, quizzes, Christmas and summer fairs and social gatherings, and we take part in the running of events.  It is a great way to get involved in school lifemeet other parentshave some fun and support our children through fundraising!

If you'd like to find out more:

Please get in touch with Sarah via the PTfA email,, or leave your name and contact details at the school office at any time and they can pass your details on.