Welcome to the St Nicolas School Association page.
All parents and carers of children attending our wonderful school are SNSA members and you are invited to participate in the school community in whatever capacity you choose, whether it be attending our meetings, being a class contact, organising, helping and taking part in any fundraising activities, anyway you are able to take part is an asset to the school community and greatly appreciated.
What do we do?
We are a friendly bunch of parents and carers and strive to do our best to organise fun fundraising activities that benefit and entertain the school families. The main goal of the SNSA is to strengthen the school community and help assist the school with funds for programs, activities, and facilities that will enrich and maximise the education of every child. In order to reach this goal, we fundraise throughout the year with exciting, fun, and community-building events which aim to bring the whole school together such as:
Fun on the Field (Open air gig with picnics)
Christmas Extravaganza (Pamper and Shopping Event)
St Nic’s Challenge
Who’s Who on the Committee
Acting Chair: Jules Francis-Sinclair (Mum to Charlie in Year 6)
Secretary: Laura Francis (Mum to Annie in Year 5)
Treasurer: Emma Lammond (Mum to Declan in Year 6)
Class Contact Co-ordinators: Liz Bower (Mum to Samuel in Year 4) and Marja Weston (Mum to Isla in Year 4)
Plus many other parents and carers who give their time up so generously!
The St Nic’s Cookbook
Dull dinnertimes with the same old recipes?
We’re creating a St Nic’s cookbook and we need your help!
Send us your family favourite recipes and get inspired in the kitchen.
Share your favourite recipes here: https://forms.gle/rQK8N7JtiQhFxJAp7
SAVE THE DATE:
St Nic’s Easter Trail: 1st April - 16th April
Easter Hunt - We’re going on a Bunny Hunt!
This Easter in collaboration with our neighbours Friends of Dunmore School and supported by
are organising an Easter Hunt Trail.
From 2nd – 18th April 2021, there will be Bunnies and Easter eggs popping up in the windows of Abingdon, ready for you all to spot when out and about on your walks.
Can you help?
We need our community to sign up to the link below, and then create your window display for the duration of the trail. Signing up via this link (https://rb.gy/ocz1gc) will get your street on the trail map, ready for our families to spot on their walks. (Maps will be available via a socially distant email nearer to the time.) Please sign up by Sunday 28th March to be part of the trail.
To help make your displays ‘eggggstra special’ Mayo Digital Media have produced Easter themed window stickers. Go to www.abingdonprint.co.uk to take a look.
To order, email email@example.com and quote reference StNics
The stickers are priced at £2.50, and £2 from each sale will be split between Saint Nicolas School Association and the Friends of Dunmore, which is ‘eggggcellent news’!
So don’t delay, sign up now and get your road on the map. We look forward to seeing your bunnylicious displays!
Buy a Trail Map
To purchase a trail map, pop £1 into the SNSA PayPal account (www.paypal.me/snsa1) and this will be emailed to you on or before the 2nd April or pick up a hard copy of the trail map from the SNSA hub on Tuesday or Wednesday at pick up or drop off.
Keep in Touch
Do you have any ideas for fundraising or for fun events? Please do let us know, we’d love to hear from you. You can keep in touch with us the following ways:
We use Classlist to stay in touch with parents - if you have children at the school you can join Classlist to make sure you receive important communications from us - your details will remain private, you'll have complete control over what notifications you receive and you can remove yourself at anytime. Register here: https://classlist.page.link/75Kun3moQ2roZWB68
We also have a facebook group which you can join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/822654204523081
If you’d like to get in touch with us by email please email firstname.lastname@example.org and our secretary Laura will get back to you a.s.a.p
Minutes from SNSA Meetings