PTA Roles – Can you help?

Please take a look at the list of specific roles available for the PTA Committee with a brief skill set along with the more general role of Committee Member.

Previous experience is not necessary as training and a full handover will be given.

Click on the link to PTA Social at the bottom for more information on each of the roles. If you want to chat to any current committee members about this, come and speak to Jim Imjim Emma Barnes Claire Newman Matt Hancock Clare Horton Michelle Leete Lee Cornish Rob Blacoe Caroline Cornish Nicola Harvey Rebecca Sims Lawrence Wright, Joanne Craigie, Clare Gamble, Angela Cocks or Ed Till in the playground or drop an email to chair@stjohnspta.com

To continue to run the events we do and raise £thousands each year which all our children benefit from, we REALLY need more parents/carers to help us.

Election of the PTA committee will take place at The PTA AGM to be held @ 7:30pm Monday 8th October 2018 @St John’s Cec Primary School, Rowlands Castle

🔷CHAIRPERSON
Key Skills – Confident and assertive
Ability to remain impartial
Calm, friendly and approachable
Organised and able to delegate

🔶VICE-CHAIR
Key Skills – Deputising for the Chairperson when necessary,
As with the Chair, leadership, enthusiasm and
energy are necessary qualities for this post

🔷SECRETARY
Key Skills – Organised and efficient
Good listener & communicator
Calm, friendly and approachable

🔶TREASURER
Key Skills – Basic knowledge of bookkeeping & MS Excel
to accurately record income & expenditure.
Organised with an eye for detail
Calm, approachable and a team player.

🔷SCHOOL LIAISON
Key Skills – Approachable and friendly
Be a good listener and remain impartial when
gathering and sharing information
Be organised and efficient

🔶PUBLICITY OFFICER
Key Skills – Great communication in writing and in person.
Good IT knowledge
Creative
Good interpersonal skills

🔷COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Duties – Committee members work alongside the Officers
and get involved in planning owning and running
events and running smaller projects.
Members attend PTA meetings and encourage
participation and enthusiasm for the events
organised by the PTA.
Members also take part in decisions regarding
spending of PTA funds.