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A fantastic way to engage more with the school is by joining our BPS Society – our school PTA. The BPS Society is open to all and is a great way to meet other parents, socialising and forming stronger links with the school.
The BPS Society organises social events and fundraising activities such as coffee mornings, quiz nights, Christmas fairs, wine and cheese tastings, summer BBQs, pre-loved uniform sales and school discos. These events supports the school by raising funds to buy equipment and services to benefit the girls during their years at BPS. All our events are a great opportunity for parents and girls to get together and have some fun.
We would love for you to join us – you can help as much or as little as you are able! Becoming a part of the BPS Society truly creates a sense of community, we hope to welcome you very soon.
Interested in becoming a part of our BPS Society? Please contact us if you would like to contribute in any way – we would greatly appreciate it.
Class Representatives play an important role in matters relating to school life and school development. There are usually two parent Class Reps per year group. They provide the vital link between the class, the school and the BPS Society. They meet with the Headmistress or Senior Leadership Team every half term to discuss matters relating to school policy, structures and operations. This is a valuable opportunity for the school to address parents’ questions on everyday matters and for the school to consider parental views across a variety of matters such as teaching, content of the syllabus, school trips, health and safety and school events.
The support from the Class Reps is also appreciated when it comes to organising our main events as well as more informal ‘get-togethers’ for parents, such as coffee mornings or evenings out in the Altrincham area.
NB. It is not the role of the Class Reps to address sensitive or personal matters. In this situation, parents are advised to speak directly to the teacher of the class/subject or to phone Mrs Makepeace Taylor (Head of Lower School), Mrs Hughes (Phase Leader, Years 3 & 4) or Mrs McGrath (Phase Leader, Years 5 & 6).