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Hello and welcome to the PTFA page.


Harrietsham Primary School are very lucky to have a brilliant team on the PTFA.  Our job is to raise money and provide opportunities for the children to benefit throughout their time in Harrietsham School.  Our purpose is not just raising money, but also to enable activities and events to take place which are for the good of the children for both pleasure and for the learning environment.


The PTFA could not function without the help of parents, teachers, school staff, friends and family.  So please, if you can spare an hour to help at events or would even like to join the PTFA committee and be part of the planning team itself, get in touch.


If you would like to speak to a member of the P.T.F.A please contact: or alternatively, please pop into the school office.


PTFA AGM UPDATE - October 2019


The PTFA would like to thank all who attended this year’s AGM. In addition to our PTFA members we welcomed the support of our acting Head Teacher Mrs Waller-Davies and from the Governors Katherin Daking, Louise Wickenden and Cliff Parker. We were delighted to see some new helpers and two new members to the PTFA; Lisa Dayes & Faye Lockhart.


During this meeting we elected our members along with the four main roles. I am pleased to announce that the 2019/20 PTFA members are:

Chair – James Reed

Vice Chair – Mel Lawlee

Secretary – Clare Thorneycroft

Treasurer – Katherine Keane

Lucinda Morley

Emily Holland

Charlene Griffiths

Lisa Dayes

Faye Lockhart


This year saw some of our members step down from the PTFA; we thank the following people for all of their hard work & dedication during their time on the PTFA, they are: Tina Humphreys Julia Day Jackie Gallavin Jodi Eeles Kyra Harwood-Lucas.


These are just some of the highlights from 2018/2019

We have held 7 events, 8 playground sales and had some very generous donations from individuals and organisations. Along with the hard work from committee members designing, fund raising, planning and helping at events we must also thank those who are not part of the committee; parents/ guardians, School Teachers, staff and Governors we thank you very much.

Our thanks also go to Cliff Parker, a parent & governor for raising a staggering amount from both of his Marathon runs.


This year we have managed to support the School with additional purchases and provide significant help towards the funding of school trips, this is whilst trying to save towards replacement play equipment. None of this will be have been possible without your support.

If you are able to provide support in anyway we would very much like to hear from you. Please email the PTFA on to request a helpers form.


James Reed