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Friends of Drayton Green (FoDG) PTA

The Friends of Drayton Green (FoDG) PTA exists to encourage closer links between school and home, organise and run events for the whole school community and raise money for the 'extras' the school budget cannot stretch to. 


Our ultimate aim is to support the school to ensure the children of Drayton Green Primary develop into well-rounded, confident and cultured young people who are eager to learn about the world around them.


How can you get involved?

If you would like to learn more or have a skill you think might be useful, PLEASE come along to our next PTA meeting. We would love to meet you, we would love to hear your ideas and we would love to know how you can support us. We meet at 2pm on the first Friday of each half term, with extra dates as needed nearer to an event.

If you are unable to attend but are interested in learning more about the PTA email us on:


Fundraising Target

We are currently fundraising for a number of different projects based on the schools requirements. This    potentially includes new library books, a Wildlife/Nature Learning Environment Area, new playground surface, art and reading week resources and extra-curricular activities. 

Have a look at one of our amazing Internation Events organised by the PTA

Parent Reps

Dear Parents and Carers,

Your parent reps are in place to assist with any help, information or any issues you may have relating to your children's classes and we've seen  the system flourish and impact positively on the whole school community. You can contact your class rep by emailing them on the address below or in person.

Mrs Doherty


Parent Class Rep Meetings

The Parent Rep meetings are for the Reps to meet with Mrs Doherty to discuss class and school issues. If any parent/guardian would like anything added to the agenda they should either email the parent rep email on or approach their class reps.  The meetings are held every half term.


The Class Rep Handbook

The Class Reps have compiled a handbook to inform parents of their role and structure.