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St Botolph's CE Primary School
St Botolph's CE Primary School
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In our opinion as parents, St Botolph’s is an OUTSTANDING Primary School. The entire team of teachers and support staff have continually endeavored to challenge our child and sympathetically support his individual needs. The positive ‘can do’ ethos that exists within this school has facilitated tremendous progress in all aspects of his education….Our son says “I love my school”, that says it all!

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Friends of St Botolph's (FOSB)

Welcome to the Friends Of St Botolphs (FOSB)

All parents are very welcome to join this group which is lively, hardworking and good fun. It consists of parents, governors and staff and its aims are to organise activities to support the school and to promote good relationships between home, school and community.

FOSB organises a range of activities and events, which are of interest to children, parents, staff and the wider community. In doing so funds are raised to help with many activities and projects in school.

Most recently FOSB have helped by supplying funds for the new climbing frame in FS and the total renovation of our Key Stage 1 playground. They have previously raised funds for a ball court, trim-trail and outdoor classroom on the Key Stage 2 playground and they always help towards funding buses to go on lots of trips, as well as all the other items that are on our never-ending wish list! The annual Christmas Fayre is always a resounding success - last year raising over £1500!!

We hope that parents will continue to support FOSB activities in whatever way they can. If you wish to take a more active roll and join the committee, you will be more than welcome. Notices are displayed around the school as to when meetings are held as well as regular items appearing in the fortnightly newsletter.

Here's a message from FOSB:

How can you help?

We are always looking for new members. If you have just a couple of hours once a year and would like to get involved then please get in touch: you will be made to feel very welcome! Take the opportunity and join us on one of our volunteers’ night out /meetings – get to know us, have a laugh – no commitment required: the school parent/teachers’ association is about more than just fundraising!

Contact us via the school office – we are waiting to hear from you!

Meetings are held on the first Monday of every month (except bank holidays and in school holidays) at 7.30pm in The Crown Inn.


Kindest Regards
FOSB

Please note, at events we like to take photos of everyone having fun, if you would prefer not to be in photos that may be published on the school website, please let us know.