St Paul's Primary School PTFA - Cambridge

Welcome to the Parents, Teachers, and Friends Association (PTFA) of St Paul's Primary School. We are a registered Charity in England which exists to advance the education of the pupils at the school by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities for education and enrichment at the school (not normally provided by the local education authority).

Upcoming events


Year 2 Ice Pop Sale!

Ice Pop Sale, 6 July 2018, After School


PTFA Committee meetings

The next meeting will be held in September 2018 (Date TBC).


Open to all! PTFA meetings are your chance to meet other St Paul's parents and carers whilst learning about the latest happenings and upcoming events. 


Meetings are held in the library at 7:30 p.m.


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Support the PTFA and St Paul's

As a registered charity run entirely by volunteers, our expenses are minimal. All other monies go directly to support the school and its activities.



We always need extra hands at events or to help with ongoing programs. Simply turn up at a meeting or contact us below.



We are registered with EasyFundraising so that you can support the PTFA simply by shopping or booking a holiday online. 

PTFA Committee

PTFA Committee for 2017/18

Class Representatives:

Reception: Hannah Smith and Clare Berry

Year 1: Rachel Cuthbert and Alex Cockley

Year 2: Sue Cartwright and Victoria Singleton

Year 3: Justine Manricks

Year 4: Cath Wheeler, Pippa Savage and Xiaolin Wang

Year 5: Susie Renshaw and Rachel Volland

Year 6: Samantha Archetti and Kate Sharkie


2nd Hand Uniform Sales Coordinator: Hattie Morgan

Fundraising Coordinator: Catherine Wheeler

Governor Representative: Pippa Savage

Secretary: Francesca Re Manning

Treasurer: Barry Fuchs

Co-chairs: Elissa Owens and Abigail Youngman

PTFA Governing Documents

Contact us

If you have a question or would like to participate, drop a line to


Or, simply ask a committee member or turn up at the next meeting. All are welcome!