Who are we?

School trips – funded by PTA

Wray School PTA is a voluntary organisation made up of parents and guardians of the children attending Wray Endowed Primary School, and the teaching staff. You will automatically become a member of the PTA, unless you choose to opt out. All members are welcome to attend any meetings that are held, vote on proposals and make suggestions for spending or raising funds.

PTA meetings are held once a term, the dates and venues of all forthcoming meetings will appear on the website and on the Friday information email. We are aware that many people are very busy and may not be able to attend these meetings due to lack of childcare or work commitment’s, that is why we aim to vary the time of these meetings, as well as providing voting forms and details to allow everyone the opportunity to vote on any expenditure, regardless of attendance.

PTA will provide minutes of all meetings, and a financial report every term.

Our Aim

The aim of the PTA is to enhance the education and well-being of the children of Wray School. This is done by providing resources and activities for the children.

How it is managed?

The elected committee comprises of a Chair, Treasurer and a Secretary who have responsibility for all the administration and affairs of the association. We also have 2 coordinators for each of our main events: scarecrow making, Wray Fair catering weekend and a Christmas raffle.

Co Chair Persons – Emma Horridge and Danielle Stancliffe

Secretary – Davena Lord

Treasurer – David Wootton

Core Activities

Wray School PTA plays an important role in the life of the school, the dedication and commitment of our team is exceptional.

We generally have three main events each year, these are:

  • Christmas Fair – Autumn term
  • Scarecrow making – Spring term
  • Refreshments weekend- Summer term

Examples of what our fundraising money is spent on: 

  • A whole school trip to the theatre in the Autumn term
  • Various school outings
  • Visiting authors, artists, scientists etc.
  • Resources for the classroom and the playground.