P.T.F.A. (Parent Teacher Friends Association)

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Meet Our P.T.F.A.

Hook C.E. Primary P.T.F.A. (Parent, Teacher, Friends Association) was formed in November 2019. The aim of the P.T.F.A. is predominately for fundraising work, but hope to raise the social side of school too! The P.T.F.A. is not just for parents, but also teachers, staff and friends of the school.

The P.T.F.A. can be contacted via email hookceptfa@gmail.com or can be found in and around school. The committee meet on a monthly basis and hold alternate afternoon/evening open meetings for anyone with an interest in helping our with events or offering ideas to attend. It doesn’t matter if you can’t help on a regular basis or struggle to get into school, as there are many ways to assist in organising events and fundraising! You can keep up to date with all the happenings on their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/HookCEPrimaryPTFA

Committee Trustees 2019-2020

Chairperson: Gemma Harte

Mum to Jasmine in Class 3, I originally worked as a behavioural and special needs mentor in alternative curriculum based schools. I’ve also worked as a teacher and early years co-ordinator in Doha, Qatar and as a school’s volunteer at RSPB Fairburn Ings. I now have my own business in leisure and legal services. I am looking forward to chairing the PTFA committee, to help establish the charity and begin the fundraising efforts to support the school.

Secretary: Sarah Child

Mum to Bodhi in Class 1, I have been a charity fundraising and marketing professional for over 20 years for organisations including Macmillian Cancer Support, Candlelighters, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity and Cats Protection. I am looking forward to raising vital funds for the school.

Treasurer: Tracy Taylor

Mum to Jacob in Class 2 and Iris in Class 1. For the last ten years I have worked with homeless adults with complex needs. I am looking forward to supporting the school to raise vital funds which will enhance the educational developmental needs of all its pupils.

School Liaison: Claire Garner

Mum to Isla in Class 1 and part of the school admin team, having being at Hook since 2017 – one of the first people you will probably see coming into the school! I have worked in admin for the legal, property and insurance industries for over 20 years, and for the have volunteered on a preschool committee and acted as a Governor for a local Primary school during the last 5 years. I am really looking forward to building parent involvement and helping to provide great resources and experience for the children in school.


We have a regular and dedicated team of committee volunteers and welcome anyone who would like to join us!