what we do
Welcome to the Friends of Four Marks Primary School website!
This website is for parents of pupils attending the school.
The object of the website is to keep you all informed about upcoming events, to let you know what we do and why we do it!
All the monies raised by the FOFM PTA go back into the school and most importantly benefit our children and pupils.
Over the years the money raised has been used to purchase the interactive whiteboards in the classrooms, and help to rebuild the much loved Gregg’s climbing frame. We also helped contribute towards the new book bags for Year R and the Easter egg hunts.
All monies we raise go back to the school, for the benefit of the school and the pupils.
Fourfest Music Festival
School Leavers Disco
School Inset Days
Raised in 2018
Hot Dogs Sold
WHO WE ARE
I’m a mum to a 5 and 2 year old. Being relatively new to the village we have been made to feel very welcome! I am passionate about our children, our school and our community.
I am excited to be able to give something back and the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Relative newcomer to Four Marks, joined the
PTA to give back to the school which has already done so much for my two children.
Mosty busy eating cake and doing lots of number crunching things. Oh and saving my liver from the expensive part of having kids #wineoclock
I am keen to paint a brighter future for my 3 and 5 year olds, by joining the FOFM PTA. I feel I can help fund some special things for our school and to be involved in the future of our fabulous school.
I’m a man and a dad. And I like beer. Just one. Only on Monday’s.
And apparently I can’t write anything about myself.
I have two kids in the school. I was concerned that the PTA would fold and kids would miss out on marvellous events like bonfire night, so I joined the team.
MARKETING & COMMS
I have two children, one of whom attends the school already and another who will be when she is old enough. I joined the PTA to give something back to the school that will benefit not only my children but the future pupils of Four Marks Primary School.