Hello I would like to introduce myself, my name is Andrew "Pugsley" Davies and I recently had the honour of being voted in as the Friends of St.Brides Chairman, my first duty is to thank outgoing chair Ceri Squire and her team who have performed an exceptional task of the last few years raising a Kings Ransom for the benefit of the children at school.
I am very pleased that the majority of the team have agreed to continue to help over the transition period and I hope well into the future! But "New Blood" is needed to ensure this important work continues so I have, with the Heads permission, created a new Facebook page for the Parents and Friends of the school so that we may keep in touch.
Simply "Like" the page to be kept informed of upcoming events and activities and more importantly how You can get involved.
The Friends of St Brides Facebook page is created and maintained by the Friends of St Brides Major CW Primary School Committee for the purpose of sharing information with the parents and the wider community about School Events.
Naming of specific employees or students in a negative way will not be allowed. The page administrators reserve the right to not post or to remove any comments at any time, for any reason…but we hope that will not ever be necessary. We also reserve the right to block individuals who misuse our Facebook page.
If you have any concerns please bring them to the attention of the school directly.
Enjoy the site.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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