Clifton School and Nursery
The School has a very strong and supportive parents’ association called Clifton School Friends which meets regularly and holds events throughout the school year.
Who are the Friends of Clifton?
Clifton School has an active parents committee, called Clifton School Friends (CSF) which organises social events and raises money for additional resources for the School. Each class within the School has a nominated parent representative. We encourage all our new parents to join and hope that they will enjoy participating.
When your child joins Clifton, all families become members of Clifton School Friends. This leaflet welcomes you to the ‘Friends’ and tells you a little bit about what we get up to!
Who we are
The primary purpose of the Clifton School Friends is to enhance our children’s experience at Clifton by organising events that bring the school community closer together, encouraging relationships between staff, parents and pupils. In addition, we aim to help the children develop a sense of social responsibility through fund raising initiatives for selected charities.
What do we do?
- To raise funds through organised events to add value to the children's school experience
- To enhance the relationship between parents and staff of Clifton School and Nursery
- To help the children develop a sense of social responsibility through fund raising initiatives for selected charities
Building the Clifton Family
As new families join Clifton, we want to ensure that everyone - new and old, staff or parent - feels as though they're part of the Clifton family. To help this, we will be holding some social events and will be raising funds for a new community notice board. This board will be a useful place for parents to share information. You can also keep updated by visiting and liking the Clifton School & Nursery Facebook page.
How to get involved
Clifton School Friends is open to all parents. There is a central committee as well as an extended group of 'helpers' who get involved in making these initiatives a success.
Mrs Helen Pentelow-Boyle and Mrs Elizabeth Keyes