Malorees
infant school

Malorees Federation

Malorees Federation

Malorees
Junior School

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MALOREES COMMUNITY & PSFA

 

The Malorees Parent, Staff & Friends Association (PSFA) is a registered charity that works to support the school socially, academically and financially.

The charity raises anything from £15,000-£80,000 annually, depending on the priorities identified by the school and its governors.

All parents and carers automatically become members of the PSFA when their children join the school and anyone can stand for the Committee positions in October every year.

Everyone is encouraged to contribute ideas and time/expertise to make events happen. 

To see examples of annual activities please click on a link below or join the conversations on Facebook at the "Friends of Malorees" Group.

We also have Instagram and Twitter @maloreesfriends

To contact the PSFA Committee please email:

MaloreesPSFA.enquiries@gmail.com

 

Pic: parents' coffee morning at the Maqam - 22 October, 2021

The 2021/22 PSFA Committee

The PSFA Committee has just been elected at the AGM on 21 October.

The key positions of Chair/Secretary/Treasurer/Events are still to be decided.

The school priorities have been presented by Mr Rentall and will involve a numerous fundraising events through 2022.

Our biggest fundraising event will, again, be Blenheim Triathlon on Saturday 28th May. We would love to take over 100 parents and children to take part in the various events. To see highlights of this year please click here.

 

Archives

PSFA Newsletter - January 2021

PSFA Newsletter - June 2020

PSFA AGM Minutes Nov 2020

Junior PSFA Annual Report - February 2017 

Friends of Malorees Newsletter - May 2017

Junior PSFA Annual Report - 2016 

 

OTHER PARENT SUPPORT

The school also offers parents other opportunities to help one another or to get advice.

The Infant and Junior School offer parents support through the UP initiative (formerly SideBeSide).

UP is a school based therapeutic service that benefits the whole school community by being available to all children and, where helpful, to parents/carers and staff.

The team runs sessions such as the very popular Parent Gym.