Parents and Friends of Arngask

 Next Meeting

The next meeting will take place on Monday 23 April 2018 at 6.15pm.  All parents, carers and friends of the school are welcome.

Other meetings' dates for your diary are

3 September and 12 November.  Meetings start at 6.15pm.  Hope to see you there!

 

 Parents and Friends of Arngask: Our Aim

 

We are a small school at the heart of our community and we would like all parents and carers to be involved in school life.

 

We generally meet once a term and would like you to get involved in helping the school to meet the needs of our children and supporting our fundraising efforts for additional resources and equipment. We understand everyone has busy lives and this needn’t be a big commitment – as much or as little time as you can spare will make a difference.

 

As the PTA and Parent Council have combined a new constitution was drawn up and is available on the Parents page of the school website. 

 

 click here for our constitution

 

 Summer Fun Night

We plan to have a Summer Fun Night during in June 2018. We are looking to set up a small group of parents to help organise this great event. Please email arngaskparentcouncil@gmail.com if you are interested in helping orgnaise or are happy to help out on the night. We need people to man the stalls, bouncy castle and the BBQ.

  

 

Every parent is  a member and welcome to attend meetings.  Our primary role is to consult with, and therefore represent, all parents.
­­­­­­­­­­­­­In the past, Parents and Friends of Arngask, formally known as the Parent Council, has played a role in interviewing candidates for the role of Head Teacher, changing to the Kinross High School catchment area, altering the opening hours of the school and funding and organising new playground markings.

 


 Our main aims are:
-  To represent the views of all parents on the education provided by the school
-  To develop and engage in activities which improve the quality of education and support the well-being of the pupils
-  To promote partnership between the school, its pupils and all its parents through consultation