Who are we?
St Alban and St Stephen’s are very proud to have such an amazing PTA (Parent Teacher Association), which is made up of committed and generous parents across our school.
The PTA are an active part of our school community; here, we arrange, organise and run events to raise money to support the school and bring us together in fun or helpful ways.
To contact us directly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To see the latest news from the PTA – PTA News
How has the school spent the funds raised?
How can I get involved?
We invite you to take part and support our fundraising efforts, so whether it’s coming to one of our events, selling raffle tickets, or lending a hand to organise something, we always welcome your help.
There are other ways to support our PTA; many won’t cost you a penny extra. Sign up via the links below, and you can raise funds for our school in no time.
- Join easyfundraising!
Collect free donations for our PTA whenever you buy something online through this special link. It couldn’t be easier to help us raise valuable funds for our school. Sign up by clicking here: www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/ssaspta
- Shopping on Amazon?
If you’re planning to buy online with Amazon, shop via this site: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/, and 0.5% of your transaction will be donated to our PTA.
- Charity Donation
You know we’re a registered charity, right? (Charity no. 295680). You’re very welcome to donate (cash or cheque to ‘Ss Alban & Stephen Schools PTA’). Pop in an envelope labelled ‘charity donation’ to PTA Treasurer via the school office.
- Are you running a marathon?
Or maybe doing some other fundraising activity? Choose our school as your charity of choice and raise funds for us via Just Giving: https://www.justgiving.com/ (Charity no. 295680)
- Matched Funding
If you’re helping to raise money for us through sponsorship, employers often pay the charity for the time you spend fundraising. This is an easy way to increase the amount without increasing the effort.
- Matched Giving
When you donate directly from your salary, sometimes your employer matches your donation. Ask your finance and HR team, or check your company’s intranet, as many companies do this. Again, it’s free money that could benefit the school.