A Warm Welcome to the PFA!
The Parents and Friends’ Association (PFA) brings together parents, friends and teachers in an enjoyable social setting and organises events such as the Christmas Fair, Welcome BBQ, Discos and Quiz Nights to raise funds to provide additional resources for the School.
We would love for you to join us! To get involved or find out who your class rep is, please contact Victoria Heap.
Your support is vital and hugely appreciated.
The objectives of the Association are to advance the education and welfare of the pupils of Alderley Edge School for Girls (the School) by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities for education, care and recreation of pupils of the School (not normally provided by the School or the Local Education Authority) and as ancillary thereto and in furtherance of this object the Association may:-
- Foster more extended relationships between staff, parents and others associated with the School.
- Engage in activities which support the School and/or advance the education care and recreation of the pupils attending it.
- Engage in activities which support non-academic and fundraising activities of the School.
The Association shall be non-political and adopt an ecumenical approach to religious matters.
The Association shall be independent of the School and by virtue of that shall not be empowered to regulate the internal administration or management of the School but its views on major issues may be made known to the School Authorities through its PFA Class Representatives/Trustees and be reported upon to the members of the Association at the next Annual General Meeting or sooner if so required.
Nicola grew up in Oxfordshire and studied Accounting and Finance at Manchester Metropolitan University. Upon gaining her degree, Nicola moved back to Oxfordshire and went on to qualify as a Chartered Certified Accountant in 1996. After 10 years living overseas in Hong Kong, America and Germany, Nicola returned to the North West with her husband and 3 daughters, who all joined AESG in 2015. Nicola became a PFA representative as soon as she joined the school and is currently a trustee and the Treasurer.
Helen grew up in Northumberland. She relocated to Wilmslow from Surrey in 2010 when her 2 daughters joined AESG and she joined the PFA. Her eldest daughter is at York University and her youngest is in the Sixth Form. Helen is a chartered accountant and works for a web security software company based in Knutsford.
My name is Danielle Calvert and I have a daughter who will join Seniors in 2023, having started in Nursery. I live in Cheadle Hulme, with my husband and son as well, and enjoy family walks and music concerts, as well being an avid football fan! Red one! Don’t hate me! I’m really looking forward to meeting and getting involved in the parent and friend community at AESG.
Claire is a former AESG pupil and has two daughters, and two nieces in the Prep School. After graduating from UMIST with a BSc in Business Management, Claire lived and worked in various cities and countries before returning to the area to bring up her family. As a trustee, Claire enjoys organising fundraising events that create some extra fun for the girls.
The PFA Lottery
The lottery is a fantastic way to bring Parents, Carers, Teachers and the wider community together, in partnership with our school, and at the same time give something back. We hope to raise funds that can enhance the educational experience of our children by purchasing equipment for the school and hosting fun activities for the girls.
It is a weekly draw with a guaranteed prize for one lucky ticket, with also the chance to win a jackpot prize of £25,000! Tickets cost £1.00 per week and the sign up is via the school lottery page which you can access by clicking below.
The PFA have signed up to Easyfundraising this year. Start earning funds for free while you shop.