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FOSPA stands for Friends of St Paul’s Association, and is a charitable organisation run by parents. 

Our mission is to:

  • Foster community spirit through parent involvement
  • Raise funds for the school

FOSPA raises money to supplement St. Paul’s budget. In recent years, money generated by FOSPA has subsidised school outings, provided technology (Interactive Whiteboards for each classroom), publications such as The Week Junior Magazine, Eggs to hatch for Year 1, theatre performances, funded author and artist visits, and improved the school facilities.

 

Through numerous parent organised events, FOSPA also builds community spirit, bringing together parents, staff, students and the local community.

 

We organise annual events such as the Christmas Fair and summer barbeque where parents work together to create successful and enjoyable gatherings for children, parents and staff.  There are also numerous informal activities such as the monthly class Snack Sales.  Everyone’s time, effort and donations are always gratefully received, and a big ‘thank you’ to all who give so generously.

 

We also extend our thanks to the local residents, shops and business who generously support us with gifts for our raffles and auction prizes as well as food for our events. 

 

All FOSPA events are listed in the School Diary. 

 

How you can get involved

Every parent is a member of FOSPA. 

All are welcome to attend the regular meetings of the Fundraising Team and to bring forth your ideas and suggestions.  You can:

  • Volunteer at Fundraising Team events by making food, serving refreshments,           running stalls etc.
  • Become a Class representative to link between FOSPA and your year group
  • Stand on the FOSPA committee.

 

FOSPA Committee and Class Reps:

Committee Members

Chair:  Jasmine Montgomery

Vice-chair:  Lara Max

Secretary:  vacancy

Treasurer:  Janetta Ullrich

 

Class reps

Reception Catherine Ives, Lara Max

Year 1 Emma Worwood, Noemie Weismann

Year 2 Netta Imber, Francesa Ceccarelli.

Year 3 Molly Teggin, Iona Evans.

Year 4 Marc de Silva, Suzy Fletcher

Year 5  Lara Max, Joanne Liu

Year 6 Sophie Jenkins, MJ Roberts-Fishwick

If you would like to get involved, please contact the school or one the class representatives:

FOSPA Givings Details

Below are ways that you can help with the FUNdraising for FOSPA.  We particularly encourage people to nominate FOSPA for their online purchasing via easyfundraising or AmazonSmile – lots of little purchases can add up to lots for the school!

For reference, FOSPA’s registered charity details with the Charities Commission are as follows:
Official name:  Friends of St Pauls School Association
Charity number:  285076

 

UK’s biggest charity shopping fundraising site.  Raise donations when you shop online with thousands of retailers.

https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/stpaulsprimary

 

Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchases to the charitable organisation.  AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service.

https://smile.amazon.co.uk/

Search for: "Friends of St Paul's School Association"Camden

Charity platform & bank that allows FOSPA to receive corporate givings and employees’ paycheque Give-As-You-Earn donations.

 https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/13661#!/DonationDetails

Gift Aid donations

FOSPA Gift Aid Form

If you donate money to FOSPA you can claim Gift Aid. This provides an extra 26% on top of your donation. Gift Aid forms are available to download here or can be obtained from the office.

 Please return to treasurer@fospa.co.uk

 

email: general@fospa.co.uk

FOSPA Accounts  

2019/2020 Profit and Loss Accounts

2018/2019 Profit and Loss Accounts

2017/2018 Profit and Loss Accounts

FOSPA Constitution
Constitution