PAFA Message to all New Parents
Re: PAFA ‘in’ school events postponed until further notice due to the Coronavirus pandemic
10 September 2020
Welcome to Wycombe High School PAFA! All our PAFA Team wishes a very warm welcome to all new girls and their families. We hope your daughters had a great start to the new school year.
CANCELLATION of New Parents Coffee Morning on Friday 11 September 2020.
Having carefully considered the latest guidance from the Government along with the health and safety of our Wycombe High Community, we have made the decision to cancel the coffee morning scheduled to take place this Friday 11 September 2020.
Please DO NOT COME to school this Friday.
For the same reason, the Quiz to be held on Saturday 26 September will be postponed until further notice.
We are very disappointed as we were really looking forward to meeting you all. However, we will be in touch very soon with more info about PAFA and how you can get involved.
Also, you are all invited to our virtual Welcome Back Event – The PAFA social first meeting of the new school year and AGM on Tuesday 22 September @ 7.30 pm. This meeting is to be held on Zoom. (more details in the next PAFA newsletter)
Thank you for your understanding.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the easiest ways of supporting your daughter (via PAFA) is by joining the 200 Club.
The Wycombe High School 200 Club is our most consistent means of raising funds and a great way to have some fun by simply buying one or more numbers in our monthly draw.
Half the proceeds pay for additional school facilities and equipment and the other half is distributed in prizes. The first prize is currently £200; second prize £75 and third prize £25 - prizes drawn every month!
The more Club members there are, the larger the first prize. Your chances of winning are considerably better than the lottery, so by requesting more than one number, you have more chances to win! *
Join the 200 Club today – support the school and be in with a chance to win. Make sure you are not missing out.
Taking part is easy
Simply complete the form including Bank Standing Order and send the whole form to:
Via post: PAFA 200 Club, Wycombe High School, High Wycombe, Bucks HP11 1TB
Via email: email@example.com
Via daughter-mail: put it into the PAFA mailbox on the wall just outside the school reception.
Thank you for your support, and good luck!
WHS Parents and Friends Association 200 Club
*Complete the annual Bank Standing Order for one of the following amounts to take part in the monthly prize draw. Winners are published in the school newsletter.
1 number, £1 per month = £12 per year 2 numbers, £2 per month = £24 per year
3 numbers, £3 per month = £36 per year or maybe 4,5,6,7… or more numbers as you wish!
Bank Standing Orders (BSO) can be cancelled at any time.
Your PAFA Committee is:
|Vice Chairman||Sherilee Banerjee|
|Marketing & Comms||Vikrant and Rinku Shukla|
|200 Club Coordinator||Moira Hulme|
|Staff Link||Diane Leahy|
Elaine Mills (who also organises our theatre bookings)
PAFA has subscribed to the Spend and Raise E-store. This is an online shopping portal that links to a large variety of online shopping sites.
Visit us on our website. Each time you visit one of the sites from “Spend and Raise” and make a purchase, the PAFA gets a commission payment. We have hundreds of retailers on board (selling insurance, utilities, furniture and holidays as well as clothes, chocolates, books, flowers and other gift items).
So if you are shopping on-line, booking a holiday, buying office supplies, stationery, books, telephones, insurance, computers or furniture, please explore our e-store site and tell your friends about it.
In a similar way, you can also contribute directly to school funds by buying your Amazon.co.uk goods through our Amazon link. You pay nothing more, but the school will get a small percentage of every pound you spend.
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Wycombe High School is an outstanding school that is held in high regard by all its stakeholders. There is a spirit of cooperation and harmony with warm and trusting relationships between staff and students. There is a very clear vision for the school as a learning school. It is pupil centred and based on high expectations, inclusion, strong moral values and embraces the challenges of a changing societ