Welcome to the King David PTA!

“KD PTA exists to encourage and advance education, enrichment and well-being of the children of the School”

We are currently working on a number of projects:

  • Living Willow Dome - we are delighted that we have been awarded £500 by Moseley in Bloom towards the construction of a willow dome in the ‘soil circle’ in the front playground. We will need volunteers to help dig out the existing soil and plant the willow in December 2018 / January 2019.
  • New playground mural - a beautiful new design has been created ready for the boundary wall to the left as you look at the school buildings - some preparatory work to the wall is needed first.
  • New picnic benches - we are researching new benches for children to use for outdoor lessons and packed lunches - we hope to purchase enough recycled plastic benches (low maintenance, durable and easy to clean) to seat a whole class.
  • New PTA shed - we need a new shed to provide safe, waterproof storage of PTA resources.

If you can help with any of the above with practical help, contacts or have other ideas for the PTA, please do get in touch!

Thanks & best wishes

Kate, Farheen, Isik, Saarah and friends!

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October 2018


PTA/Parent Forum Meeting in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support
28 September 2018

Held in The Nest, King David School
Present: 24 adults and 9 children along with existing PTA committee members as follows:

Kate Panagamuwa & Farheen Arshad (PTA co-chairs).

Regarding the vacant PTA treasurer and secretary posts:
1) Isik Hasan was nominated as Treasurer by Kate Panagamuwa and seconded by Eman Elizabeth Penny.
2) Saarah Parker was nominated as Secretary by Kate Panagamuwa and seconded by Farheen Arshad.

Agreement in principle was made regarding spending on picnic benches, a new shed, wall art projects and the willow dome. Costings to be discussed at a future meeting.

Simone Schehtman (Chair of Finance Governors) briefly discussed challenges due to school budget constraints and encouraged parents to make a voluntary contribution via the School website.