Friends of High Firs (FHF)
All parents are automatically members of the Friends of High Firs School Association but the Association is open to anyone with an interest in the school. The Association is run by a committee, elected at the Annual General Meeting. The committee arrange many social and fund raising events for the children and their interest and support is a valued part of the school organisation – all their hard work on behalf of the children is very much appreciated. The money raised from their fundraising activities has gone towards providing many extra items for the children, as well as funding major projects around the school. All help and support is much appreciated! Why not come to a meeting or volunteer at an event?
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Upcoming Meetings & Events:
Monday 8th June – FHF Meeting at 7.15pm for 7.30pm start in Yr6 All welcome, please come along!
Thurs 21st June – Own Clothes Day for Fun Day donations
Friday 22nd June – Please come along in the morning to help us get ready for Fun Day!
Saturday 23rd June – Fun Day 12pm – 3pm (set up from 9.30am – please help!)
Committee Members 2018
President: Mr C Turtle
Chairman: Chris Tiller
Deputy Chair: Derya Halil
Secretary: Jo Almeida
Treasurer: Charlotte Tiller
Safety Officer: Brian Bunning
Other trustees: Sam Officer
Class Representatives 2017-2018
Reception – Charmaine Malcolm and Holly Bunning
Year 1 – Rachel Baynton and Lisa Ellis
Year 2 – Lisa Spokes and Derya Halil
Year 3 – Emma Walford and Sarah Larkby
Year 4 – Jo Almeida and Charlotte Tiller
Year 5 – Natalie Elliott and Chris Tiller
Year 6 – Donna Burke and Sharon Kennedy
If you would like to join the class representatives in your class you would be made very welcome. There is no limit to the number of class representatives and the more the merrier. Please do talk to your class representative or any member of the Committee if you would like to get involved with the Friends.
The role of the Class Representative includes acting as a point of liaison with other parents in the class and to coordinate volunteers for events. Class Representatives (along with all members) are invited to attend Friends’ meetings but everyone can get involved, whether they are a Representative or not!
Staff Representatives 2017-2018
Miss C Rennie & Mrs D McCullough
Contacting the Friends of High Firs
If you have any queries or if you have any ideas for fundraising activities please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Committee or your class representative. Any correspondence for the Friends may be sent to the School Office for collection. Alternatively, you can contact the FHF by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
FHF Annual Reports
2015-2016 FHF Annual Report
2014-2015 FHF Annual Report
2016-2017 FHF Annual Report
Easy Ways to Raise Money for FHF
The Friends of High Firs receives a donation every time people register to support us and shop online through the “easyfundraising” site. Click on the logo above to access the site.
There are over 2,700 online retailers available, including Amazon, John Lewis, eBay and Tesco and all will give a small percentage of what’s been spent back to the FHF Friends of High Firs School every time you shop with them.
Raise money for the Friends of High Firs AND save money on your theatre tickets! Tickets4Schools is an established and successful fund-raising scheme designed to raise much needed monies for schools and their PTAs. Theatre and event tickets are sold directly to parents and staff of the school at a discounted price but inclusive of a mandatory donation (usually £5.00 per ticket) to the school. Click on the logo above to go to the site.