Senior PTA

PTA Events  

The St Catherine’s Senor School PTA is delighted that it has been able to host some of its traditional events again this term.

The term began with the U3 Curry Supper on Friday 24 September. There was a lovely, relaxed atmosphere and it seemed that some new friends were made. We then hosted another Curry Supper on Friday 8 October, for the L4 parents, who had missed out on this wonderful, integrating event last year. Another lively, fun evening with an impressive turnout and a delicious supper, as always, prepared by Dan and the catering team.

Our next event this term is the Christmas Cracker Ball on Saturday 4 December. This promises to be a bright, bold Christmas cracker evening with great food, good company and dancing to kick start the festive season. After a year with no social activities, we hope to hold a happy, festive evening and to see many of you there.

Upcoming Events next term are the Fourth Form Curry Supper, the Quiz night and a PTA Lecture. Please look out for those dates.

Getting involved
Thank you very much, to all, who have signed up to our “Willing Helper’s” lists. If anyone if interested in getting involved with the PTA, please let us know by contacting It’s a lot of fun and doesn’t have to be time-consuming. Our next PTA meeting is on Tuesday 22 January 2022 and everyone is welcome to come along.

Second Hand Uniform Shop

The Second Hand Uniform Shop generates additional funds for the PTA from the sale of preloved uniform. This is run by a dedicated team of parents and provides an invaluable service to many. For opening times, terms and conditions and latest news please follow this link:

Second Hand Uniform Shop

PTA Structure

Every parent and teacher is invited to be a member of the PTA and a voluntary annual subscription is collected along with the school fees each year. The committee is composed of parents and teachers across the school, supported by a network of 60 class reps.   Being on the committee really is a fun and rewarding way to meet other parents and be more actively involved in school life.