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The Parent, Carers School Association (PCSA)

The aim of the PCSA is to bring parents, carers and staff together to support the school and to raise money. PCSA activity varies from school to school but at King Athelstan we concentrate on the following:

  • raising money to be spent on enhancing
    our children's education
  • running social events for parents and children
  • providing support for school trips and outings
    and other special events

We provide an opportunity for everyone to work together towards a common goal and, most importantly, allow all parents, carers and staff to get involved, even if you only have a small amount of time available.

Every parent, carer or member of staff automatically becomes a member of the PCSA on joining the school and is invited to all PCSA meetings, which are held to organise fundraising and non-fundraising events and discuss ideas for future events, as well as to decide what the money raised should be spent on. These are held regularly throughout each term and they take place at different times - some in morning, some in the afternoon and some in the evening - so that everyone who is interested in being involved has the opportunity to attend.

At the moment, we are so excited to be supporting the creation of a fun learning environment for the school's Key Stage 1 outside area. The plan is to redevelop the open space and add some great equipment to support the physical development of the children. We have set up a fundraising page here.

Contact the PCSA

For more information, please visit the PCSA website:

Alternatively, you can email the PCSA:


School calendar

  • Harvest Donation Collection
    2 - 3 Oct 2023
  • A Day in the Life of a Reception Child
    3 October 2023, 4pm online
  • A Day inthe Life of a Nursery Child
    5 October 2023, 4pm online
  • Book Looks Y1-6
    20 October 2023, 1520-1550
  • Half-term
    23 - 27 Oct 2023
  • INSET Day - Children not in school
    30 October 2023
  • SEND Parent/Carer Consultations
    31 October 2023, 1530-1730
  • Nasal Flu Immunisations for all
    1 November 2023

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Autumn Term 2023
24 July 2023

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