FOLSA (Friends of Leeds School Association) is our parent and staff group.
They raise funds, organise events and trips and support the school in a broad variety of ways. Successes have included school fairs, discos, raffles, afternoon tea/coffee-get-togethers and delicious cake sales.
Leavers HoodiesYear 6 pupils get their leavers hoodies in the Autumn terms so they can enjoy wearing them throughout the year at different events.
School Disco 15th October 2021
Message from Chair of FOLSA – Tiffany
To fix the platforms in Jo’s playground
If anyone has any ideas or would be interested to join Folsa
please let me speak to Tiffany Rookledge or email email@example.com
Get in touch with FOLSA
The current Chair of FOLSA is Tiffany Rookledge who can often be found in the school playground after school.
Vice Chair – Zoe
Treasurer – Richard
Please speak to her if you would like to get involved in this active group.
Alternatively, you can message FOLSA on Facebook.
(Please click on the word FOLSA above to access link.)
The school highly values the support and funds raised by FOLSA which helps provide our pupils with fantastic opportunities, resources, events and trips across the year.
A big thank you to the parents who have helped with Joes Playground and Jubilee Garden. It has transformed into a lovely, colourful area for the children to enjoy. We just need to complete the turrets of the slide when we have a Saturday clear of rain. We have used quite a lot of our fundraising money on putting new bark down in the playground. We successfully applied for the Tesco Bags of Help grant which we have put towards the outside area and we also purchased the magnetic whiteboard that can be seen round the side of the school.
The playground is named after a former pupil of Leeds and Broomfield, Joe who passed away in 1997, aged 7. The Folsa group at the time fundraised to build the playground in Joe’s memory. We were joined by Joe’s mum and brother recently to mark what have been Joes 30th Birthday. Joe’s mum, Jackie was extremely grateful to see the playground had been painted so colourfully and the children enjoying the play area, while continuing Joe’s memory.