De La Salle School’s PTFA exists to further the welfare of the school, encourage interest in education and promote co-operation in educational and social matters between the staff, parents and others associated with the school. Money raised by the PTFA has provided extra equipment, such as the school minibus, computers and new indoor cricket nets. All parents are encouraged to join the association and are encouraged to participate in and support its various activities.
De La Salle PTFA is a registered charity: 702834
In the last two years we have funded:
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Events are organised for pupils and their families to enjoy. The money raised enables the PTFA to fund resources and activities for the benefit of pupils.
The 400 Club is one of the easiest ways to help the PTFA to raise funds to support our pupils. Tickets cost just £2 per month, with a chance for you to win up to £150!
The 400 Club is a monthly prize draw. Members pay £2 for a number and 4 numbers are drawn each month. First prize is £150, second prize is £100, third prize is £75 and fourth prize is £50. Prize money is 50% of the subscriptions received; all profits outside the prize money are used by the PTFA to support activities at De La Salle School.
Not a member? Why not download and complete our membership form here!
1st Prize: CB (WA10)
2nd Prize: AS (L35)
3rd Prize: LS (WA10)
4th Prize: MB (WA9)
1st Prize: CS (WA10)
2nd Prize: SG (WA10)
3rd Prize: ML (L35)
4th Prize: EQ (WA10)
The 400 Club operates under a Small Lottery licence issued by St Helens Council.
If you are interested in helping or have new ideas, please speak to one of the current members, leave a message for the PTFA at the school office or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The PTFA is open to any good fundraising ideas as well as practical help in organising and supporting events.
Raffles are held at all school events and a supply for prizes is always needed. Donations of wine, chocolates, toiletries, candles etc are always welcome. Donations can be left in school for the attention of the PTFA.
The PTFA is also looking for specific help with advertising and is open to any suggestions, donations or offers to print and supply posters. The more advertising that can be done, the more support the PTFA will have and the more our pupils will benefit.