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Friends of St Nicholas

The friends of St Nicholas (often still known as PTA) raise money to subsidise school activities, buy extra equipment and improve facilities for the children. It also organised a lively calendar of social events for the whole school community, providing an important link between home and school.
 
Our main fund raiser is the Bromham 10k Pudding Run, held the first Sunday in December. We also organise school discos and help, where we are able to, at various school events.

 

​Recent donations of the friends to St Nicholas School include:

​A large donation towards the cost of swimming lessons to reduce parent contribution, tablet computers, contribution towards building work in Holly Class, money towards school trips, refurbishment of Holly Class play area, year 6 leavers gifts & party and much more!

 

​Current Friends of St Nicholas are:

​Nicola Broomham (Chair), Stacey Wall (Treasurer/Secretary), Louisa Tatton-Bennett, Judi McKendrick, Zoe Burke, Gill Moffat, Catherine Body , Vicky Cummings & Rachel Mortimer.

 
We meet approximately once a term, we have a great team and as well as providing a massive benefit to the school we have fun too. All parents are warmly welcomed. If you are interested in joining us, please ask in the school office or catch one of our members in the playground.
Here are some of the events Friends of St Nicholas have organised...

Bromham's Got Talent

Bromham's Got Talent 1

St Nicholas School raise the roof at their talent show

 

On Tuesday 4th April the pupils from St Nicholas School in Bromham held their first Bromham’s Got Talent evening. With special guest judges David Sibun, the chair of Governors, Peter Paget chairman of the Parish Council and local councilor Anna Cuthburt. Competition was fierce with 10 acts competing to win the coveted trophy with prizes for 2nd and 3rd place also.

 

Governor and Dad of 3, Paul Mortimer hosted the evening taking on the role of both Ant and Dec introducing the acts and helping them feel at ease on the stage. Dylan, one of the School Ambassadors literally kicked off the show with an amazing martial arts display.  Then followed the remaining acts, which included singing, guitar, piano and a historical poem, all of which had the audience in awe of the children’s confidence, ability and of course their talent.

 

The head judge and local councilor Anna Cuthburt took to the stage after a short interval to reveal the results. With her beautiful singing voice Emma won a well deserved first place, with Laura and her amazing electric guitar solo winning second and a the beautiful poem by Evie winning third place. All the entrants won a medal and the audience certainly showed their appreciation for the evening with rapturous applause all round.

 

The PTA pulled out all the stops to raise as much money as possible from the event with cakes, popcorn, teas and coffees sold. The 50/50 raffle was won by Carly Hawkins, who very kindly donated the prize money back to the school.

 

PTA chairman Nicola Broomham said, ‘This is the first time we have run this event so we were unsure how successful it would be, but everyone enjoyed themselves and the children were so brave and performed with such confidence on stage. I think it will be something to look forward to next year”. 

 

School Governor, Gill Moffat added, “Its been a great evening and it’s always so nice to see the local counselors working with the PTA and St Nicholas School. We can’t thank the judges enough for taking their time to come and judge for us and all of the parents and children who came to support Bromham’s young stars”.

 


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