Use of Funds
How PTA funds have been used 2015 – 2019
Fit Trail – additional items to complement those already bought and chosen by the children.
Chromebooks for a whole class – 32 Chromebooks enabling EVERY CHILD in school to have access to a simple, fast mini-laptop, allowing use of a range of programs and apps through a personalized workspace – PTA funding of £5,763
First aid training for years 2, 4 & 6 – PTA funding of over £500 every year
Year 6 legacy fund – PTA funding of over £600 every year
Growth Mindset sign & posters around school – PTA funding of £300
Sing Up – PTA funding of £18
iCAN! – in July 2016 the PTA were delighted to provide £3,000 initial funding for the school’s amazing new venture. This is YOUR MONEY directly benefitting every child in Years 1-6!
Library refit – The re-fit of the library was completed in April 2016. The final total of PTA funding was over £7,000, creating a bright, inviting and exciting library for EVERY CHILD in the school!
Music items (£1000): To support music activities in the school the PTA agreed to fund
Weather station (£300-£500): A weather station has been sited in the school grounds which automatically sends measurements to a PC in school. This is providing an ever-changing source of data available to all classes to use for various subjects. It can also be fed into a national database accessed online to contribute to, and compare with, the national record of weather observations.
Sports kit in a wide range of sizes to be used by any child representing the school at external sports matches and PE activities. The kit has helped children look like a team and to approach the activity with pride – a winning start!
Swimming instruction for KS2 – a swimming instructor worked with Hazeldown staff at Dawlish Leisure Centre during school KS2 swimming lessons.
Playground equipment for KS1 including footballs, rugby balls, foam balls, bean bags, hula hoops and a football goal.
Dictionaries and thesauruses for all classrooms and the library, plus new books for the Accelerated Reader programme.
As well as raising important funds for the school the events aim to provide fun and a chance to socialise with other families. They also provide a means for parents to lend their support to Hazeldown.