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Our PATHS (Parent And Teacher Home School Association) committee consists of parents and teachers who work together to raise funds and to organise social events. In recent years we have had cake sales, a quiz night, Easter egg competition, as well as our big annual fundraisers - The Christmas Cracker and Summer Fair.
Over the years the money raised has helped us to buy many things such as fiction and information books, new I.C.T. equipment, team sports kit and small play equipment for the playground. Our current on going aim is to raise funds to make a significant contribution towards enhancing the outdoor area. In 2016 we raised a great amount of money that allowed us to purchase and erect a lovely outdoor shelter which the children absolutely love!!
We welcome new members at any of our meetings, whether you can come to all meetings or just offer some help at one of our events.
If you would like to contact PATHS, then please send an email to PATHS@rotjs.notts.sch.uk. or like our page on Facebook - Radcliffe-on-Trent Junior School PATHS and message us there. We update this with new meeting dates and any upcoming events.
SILENT CHRISTMAS AUCTION! - a PATHS fundraiser... slips to be in Weds 16th December 2020
In a slight change to our advertised PATHS hamper raffle, we have decided to launch a silent auction where we will be asking you to bid on our 3 hampers instead, see photos of these fabulous hampers below which have been kindly donated to us from Morrisons, Costa and Select Convenience!
Details of the bidding process is outlined in the letter below and the deadline for entries will be Weds 16th Dec 2020.
All proceeds from the winning bids will go towards the trim trail we are currently fundraising for.
As you are aware PATHS is a group of parents who have planned and organised lots of fun events for our children and families over many years, and these have raised a lot of money for our school. We are always looking for new faces to join us and also take over from other members that move as their children leave the school.