Each and every parent is automatically a member of the Parents’ Association while their child/children attend QEGS.
Dates of forthcoming events and Fundraising
Recycling Box - located in the main entrance. Please fill an envelope or carrier bag with the following items and put in the recycling box.
Jewellery - Gold, silver, costume jewellery and watches, even damaged items.
Old/New & Foreign/UK Banknotes and Coins - any currency UK or foreign of any age.
Gadgets - Sat navs, games consoles and games, tablets, video cameras and cameras, mobile phones, iPods and laptops.
Who are we?
The association is made up of dedicated parents and staff who work together to raise funds that go to enhance our children’s already excellent education.
There are a number of fundraising and social events that run throughout the academic year. These include the 200 Club, Christmas Fair with grand raffle and auction, and Party in the Park.
We are always looking for new recruits and you will be made to feel extremely welcome. Being a committee member helps you to develop a personal link with your child’s school and you can be involved as much or as little as you can. You don’t have to attend every meeting or event and it is also possible for husbands and wives or partners to take it in turn to attend meetings. Alternately you can just choose to receive emails from the chair and volunteer to help at events if you are unable to attend meetings due to other commitments.
Why do we need a PA?
Please take a couple of minutes to read the year 7 letters by clicking on the thumbnails.
Unfortunately not everything the school requires can be provided from the school budget, so the PA raises funds to help contribute towards resources and activities.
In the past we have donated £10,000 to the school minibus and £15,000 towards the development of the school sports pavillion.
Following several successful fundraising events in late 2015 and early 2016 we were delighted to be in the position to agree to several requests from various school departments. These included:
A Newspaper Day, alongside Lincoln University, which gives budding journalists the chance to create, write, edit and publish a newspaper.
Publishing short stories for a Year 9 English class in aid of Macmillan.
Purchasing a complete camera kit for Year 12 and 13 Media Studies.
Buying two laptops for the Special Educational Needs Department.
Funding the purchase of 30 large foldaway tables to be used for a plethora of occasions, including training courses, concerts and special events.
Dates for all meetings will be posted on the website and no prior notice of attendance is required - just come along.
CHAIR: Jackie Gillespie & Rebecca Coleman
TREASURER: Nabeel Bhatti
SECRETARY: Role to be shared at meetings between members.
STAFF - Heather Payne, Lynda Divers, Simon Furness
New recruits are always welcome.