The APPI organisation (Avenue Primary Parents’ Initiative) are a group of parents/carers who endeavour to act as a liaison between school management and parent/carers to benefit the school and its aims and facilities to the ultimate benefit of our children’s’ intellectual and personal development. We hold numerous events each year e.g.: school discos, bake sales, car boot sales etc. to help increase much needed extra revenue for the school. Our students are bright and hardworking and show such potential, not just for their own futures but for the future of our community. As the area’s Community School we feel that rooting the Community in our endeavours will help us achieve more together as that way, we are collectively stronger. We would welcome any new volunteers into the group and are always looking for new and innovative ways to raise funds. Parents, Carers, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles are all welcome, we would ask that people offer what time and effort they can as every little helps keep our cause going. For further details please feel free to chat to us in the playground or contact us by email on [email protected]
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