The Snaith School Association

SSA

Easter Cake Raffle

One of our parents Mrs Wales has kindly volunteered to make an Easter cake for the SSA to raffle.The cake being made is similar to one found in the BBC Good Food Magazine, as pictured here.

If you would like to have a chance of winning this sumptuous cake, please send in £1.00 with your child and they can purchase a ticket.  You don’t have to attend the bingo to have a go, as we will be putting names on the back of the tickets.  The raffle will be drawn at the bingo on Monday 19th March.

Go on have a go, you know you want to!

Easter cake photo

The Snaith School Association (SSA) is a parent/teacher group that raises funds for the school through organised events which run throughout the year.

All parents are members of the association which is run by a small group of volunteer helpers.

All parents are invited to join the committee which meets once per half term (dates are on the parents calendar) to plan events and to discuss fund raising ideas.

In the past the SSA have provided much needed funds for computers, photography equipment, extra sewing machines and prizes for presentation evening. These are the luxuries that often the school budget will not run to. If you would like further details or would like to join us on the SSA please contact:-

office@thesnaithschool.org.uk

News Letter April 2017

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