Welcome to the Whitehall Primary School Parent/Staff Association (PSA) section
The Whitehall Primary School Parent/Staff Association is a non-profit charity run by the parents and staff of the school to help raise much needed funds for the benefit of the children.
Here you'll find all the information you need regarding what we do as the PSA, our fundraising events, causes and how you can help.
We are always open to new suggestions and ideas to better improve our children's experiences, development and well-being. If you are a teacher, parent or friend of the school please don't hesitate to get in touch we would love to hear from you.
Whitehall Primary School PSA
90 Normanton Park,
Registered with the Charity Commission as 1161163
PSA – who are we?
The newly appointed PSA was voted in on 24th February 2023.
PSA committee are:
Clare Polston (Chair)
Sally Mumby-Croft and Lucy Morrison (Co-Secretaries)
Sian Ford and Amie Lam (Co-Treasures)
Canan Neetoo, Maria Wade, Gladys Vargas-Camones, Jo Etherington, Meka Guliyeva and Kate Burnham.
Mrs Blyth and Mrs Hughes are ex-officio members
- Christmas Fayre - 1st December
- Easter Egg Raffle
- Summer Fete
- Inflatables Fun Afternoon
- Christmas Fayre
How you can help
We are always looking for new ideas and helpers so if you would like to help, please let a member of the PSA Committee know.
If you shop online, you could help us raise money through www.easyfundraising.co.uk. It is a really easy way for you to support the school without spending a penny. Simply sign up for free at www.easyfundraising.co.uk and select Whitehall Primary School – London. Select the store you’re looking for and start shopping as you would normally. Every time you go through the website, we get a small percentage of what you spend. Hundreds of online stores such as ebay, Amazon, Sainsburys, Next and lots more will give cash back to our school when you make a purchase. It only costs you a few extra clicks!
Do you order from Yellow Moon? If so, the next time you order, please quote Source Code: WHI32521. The school will receive up to 20% cash back.