We welcome all parents to the meetings we hold so that everyone can be involved in the broader life of the School. New members and ideas are always valuable, particularly as there are so many ways that, as a parent, you can contribute to the PA.
There are lots of opportunities to help out, depending on how much time you have to offer. You can get involved more actively, such as offering placements for work or helping to plan an event. If you don't have quite as much time available, you can always help with less frequent events, such as stewarding at a Consultation Evening, running a stall at the fireworks night, or even baking for a bake sale. But most importantly, you can always show your support for the Parents' Association simply by attending our events.
Click here to download an information leaflet with more detail on the Parents' Association and how you can get involved.
The Chair of the Association for 2017-2018 is Ms Nissa Smyth. A member of the Parents' Association Committee also serves as Parent Governor. The current holder of this post is Mandy Hundle.
Burns Night Supper and Ceilidh
Our annual celebration of the birth of Scotland's greatest poet will be held on Saturday 27 January 2018 at 7pm in the Art Centre.
A traditional meal is served (not just Haggis), followed by a themed entertainment and dancing to a Ceilidh band until late. The event offers an ideal way for fellow parents to meet whilst having a thoroughly enjoyable evening. Further details of this event are available here.
Tickets now on sale - click here to download the order form.
Bolton School Ball 2018
Click here for further information about the Bolton School Ball.
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