Our PTA is a vital part of our school community, bringing together parents, carers and staff to support and enhance our students’ learning experience.
The PTA’s mission is to foster a sense of community within our school, to support our students and staff and to promote the well-being of our school community. We organise a range of events and activities throughout the year, including fundraisers and social events.
By getting involved in the PTA, parents and carers can make a valuable contribution to our school and help to shape our community. Whether it’s helping to organise a school event, volunteering at a fundraiser or sharing their skills and expertise, every contribution makes a difference.
Our PTA is open to all parents and carers of Calday Grange Grammar School students. We hold regular meetings throughout the year, where we discuss upcoming events and initiatives, share ideas and provide updates on the PTA’s activities.
We also welcome new members to the PTA and encourage parents and carers to get involved. By joining the PTA, parents and carers can connect with other members of our school community, learn more about our school and make a positive impact on our students’ learning experience.
If you would like to get involved in the PTA or have any questions or ideas, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to working with you to create a vibrant and supportive school community.
The 100 Club
By joining the Calday Grange Grammar School PTA 100 Club you can help support long term fundraising activities at Calday as well as having a chance to win a cash prize each month!
What is the 100 club?
The Calday PTA100 Club is a private lottery and is open to all parents, staff and friends of Calday Grange Grammar School , aged 16 or over.
How does it work?
Members are asked to pay their subscriptions monthly in, in advance, by standing order.
Each member pays a monthly subscription of just £5 per number to enter a monthly draw. The more numbers you subscribe to each month the greater chance of you winning!
The prize money will be 50% of the membership fee taken that month and the other 50% funds various projects at Calday. For example if we have 100 members, £250 will be allocated as prize money and the remaining £250 will help fund various school projects, enhancing the students experience at the Calday, (everybody is a winner). The more people buying a subscription, the higher the prize, and should the club numbers reach in excess of 150, there will be two cash prizes each month (yet another win).