Cookridge Holy Trinity
Church of England (VA) Primary School

The Best For Every Child -
a Unique Child of God.

Green Lane, Cookridge Leeds, LS16 7EZ
Telephone: 0113 2253 040


Welcome to the Holy Trinity PTA Page!

Who are we and what do we do?

We are a small group of parents and teachers who meet approximately once a month to plan and organise fun events and activities which raise funds that are used within the school to benefit the children. We also discuss how to allocate the funds raised following requests received from the school.

We are a very informal group and membership changes every year, but we do have a committee that ensures everything runs smoothly – the current members of this are:

Chairman: Suzannah Stott, parent of Lucas  (Y2) and Harriett (Reception)

Vice-Chairman: Lucy Pierce, parent of Cara (Y4) and Megan (Y1)

Secretary: Jo Askey, parent of Sophie (Y5) and Jessica (Y3)

Treasurer: Hannah Furlong , parent of Amelia (Reception)

How much money do we raise and what does it get spent on?

In the 2018/19 school year, the PTA had a very successful year of fundraising and we finished with an overall profit of over £10,000 once all costs had been deducted.

Some of the most profitable events were the Christmas Fair, Summer fayre, Holy Trinity’s Got Talent and the school disco.

Other fundraising activities included:

  • Parents’ Quiz Night
  • Film night
  • Reception Tea Towels
  • Christmas Cards/Gifts
  • Mother’s Day & Father’s Day gift events
  • Bags2School

The funds we raise are for extra items for the children and the more we raise the more we can provide for the school. We are always open to new fundraising suggestions and ideas from teachers and parents. Please see details below of how you can get involved.

Examples of what some of the funds have been spent on over the last year

  • Library canopy
  • Year 1 role play
  • Gardening club
  • SEN reading books
  • Easter eggs
  • DT bench
  • Leavers books for Year 6
  • Whole school end of year event – Get me out of here day!

If you have any suggestions on what future funds could be spent on please let the PTA know (see details below)

What you can do to help

Get Involved! We are a small group and would welcome new members and/or suggestions so please consider coming along to a meeting (see the school calendar for date) or be a class rep or an event volunteer or send a suggestion for an event through to the link below.

Volunteer for Events. All of the PTA events need adult helpers to work – from helping in the planning of events to manning a stall for a fayre or disco for an hour. The more volunteers we get, the more events we can run  and the more money we can make for the school.

Make suggestions. Even if you can’t make a meeting or volunteer to help at an event, you might have a really good idea for fundraising or where the money could be spent – please feel free to send this through either to the PTA email address ( or by using the suggestion box below.

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Autumn term

PTA News 11.9.20

Welcome back! We are holding our AGM later this month and there are 3 vacancies on the committee. Please see below for further details


The AGM will be held on Monday 21st September at 6pm. We will be holding the meeting via zoom and will be sending out login details in advance.

As well as electing the PTA committee for the coming year, we will be discussing how we can run PTA events this year and we would value parents input. So if you would like to find out more about the PTA and how you can get involved, please attend the AGM.

We are looking for a new Chairman, Vice Chair and Secretary to support our events this year.

If you would like to find out more about what is involved in these roles please contact the PTA via our facebook page or PTA email (details below).

If you have any questions about the PTA or would like any further information please email Suzannah Stott, PTA Chairman at or visit the PTA facebook page.

Upcoming Events

NSPCC Number Day
Jan 18 all-day
On Tuesday 18th January 2022 we are celebrating NSPCC number day by holding a Maths and Art day in school.  There will be a virtual live quiz, Y5 vs Y6 with each class contributing by finding clues by answering Maths questions.  There will be lots of work happening across school looking at Maths in Art or Art in Maths.  There is also an optional homework task to draw Poppy Hellings – see the powerpoint for details.
You can donate to the NSPCC via this link