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Hello, and welcome to FOBS - 'Friends Of Belmont School' (registered charity no. 1178481)

 

We want to build on the amazing contribution made by the PTFA over the past few years and this is your opportunity to get involved - join the FOBS! Children are only at school for a relatively short time. FOBS events such as the Summer Fayre will be remembered fondly by them for a lifetime. Help us to continue to create lasting memories for our children.

 

Being a member of FOBS also means that you will have the opportunity to help your child/children’s education. Through previous fund raising activities the PTFA/FOBS have been able to refurbish the library, buy a much needed new stage and screen for the hall and help towards the purchase of outdoor exercising equipment which encourages children to be more active during break times and promotes a healthy lifestyle.

 

Who can join the FOBS?

Mums, Dads, Grandparents or even friends of family whose child/children attend our school.

 

How can you help or contribute?

Help plan an event    Run a raffle    Design posters/leaflets    Serve food or drinks    Run stalls at events    Help set up and clear away

Wrap presents    Give ideas for events and on what the FOBS could fund    And much much more

 

As a member of FOBS you don’t have to attend all of our meetings if you are too busy or working; all we ask for is your ideas and support throughout the year. Even if you only have a small amount of time to spare, your help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Getting involved with FOBS is so easy, just visit the school office and leave your contact details and someone will get back to you.

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If you work for a company or have your own business that might be able to support the FOBS please do let us know.

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Charity Registration Number 1178481 Granted  

We are delighted to let everyone know that FOBS has now been successfully registered as a Charity. Our Standard Registration was granted on 22 May 2018 and have a General Charitable purpose for the benefit of children and young people.

 

Our Charitable objects are:

To advance the education of pupils in the school in particular by:

1) Developing effective relationships between the staff, parents and others associated with the school

2) Engaging in activities or providing facilities or equipment which support the school and advance the education of the pupils

 

If you are aware that your employer supports charities in any way, or may consider supporting us, please contact us via this website. Alternatively, if you are self-employed and wish to support us, please once again, contact us.


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