Bude Federation Friends, or BFF as it is fondly referred to, is a collaboration of the two schools' previous PTA groups who now, like the Senior Leadership Team, work across both schools. Through hard work and generosity, they help to raise money for resources that benefit pupils of all ages. We hosted our first joint Summer Fayre in July 2017 which was a huge success and the first joint Christmas Fayre at the end of the year was very exciting.
As a parent, you are automatically considered part of the PTA. Any contribution you are able to give in terms of helping at fundraising events or coming along to a meeting to give your opinion would be gratefully received. The BFF are a mixture of parents and staff who come together in a social and informal way to help and contribute to school life. Successful fundraising so far has contributed to new play equipment, outside musical instruments and a refurbished library.
Please do come along to our meetings and join in the fun!
BAF would not be able to raise the fantastic amount of money that we do, without the wonderful support of all the people in the school and the local community.
We would like to thank the following companies for their recent contributions to our school;
Brookes Garden Centre
Cobbaton Combat Collection
Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park
Cornish Birds of Prey
Courtyard bar and Grill Wooda
Inn on the Green
Kim's mum (Hamper)
Lifes A Beach
New Mills Farm Park
North Coast Wine
Old Market Inn Holsworthy
|River Life Cafe
Sandymouth Surf School
Screech Owl Sanctuary
South West Studios
St. Austell Brewery
The Big Sheep
The Coffee Pot
Any support from the community is greatly appreciated and if you would like to contribute toward our fundraising efforts please contact the school. Thank you.
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