What is the BSA?
The BSA (Broadfield School Association), is the name for our school PTA. traditionally, a school PTA is made up of Parents and Teacher volunteers who help to raise much needed funds for the school through the organisation of events and activities across the school year.
All families are automatic members of the BSA when their child joins Broadfield Academy.
The BSA is run by a ‘Committee’, which is made up of these main roles:
The Committee, along with the support of as many other parent helpers as possible, are what makes it possible for the school to hold and run events.
Throughout the year, the BSA organise events such as school discos, summer fair, Easter raffle and Christmas activities. The funds raised from these events are absolutely vital for the school. Even the simplest of resources; such as glue sticks and colouring pencils, are purchased by the teachers themselves towards the end of the year when budgets are tight and resources are low.
BSA Calendar – to be confirmed!! However, we hope to kick of this years calendar with our ‘Spooks & Sparkles’ school disco in celebration of both Halloween and Fireworks nights
How to Join the BSA Team
If you believe you can support the school as one of its’ parent helpers, the BSA would love to invite you to join the ‘BSA Support Team’.