Friends of Goodrich (FoG) exists to enrich the education and experience of all children attending Goodrich Community Primary School.
We raise money for…
Off-site adventures; like day trips to the seaside and residential stays at activity centres or farms.
Books and Learning Resources; supporting events like World Book Day & Black History Month
Playground Improvements some School Maintenance
Environmental Activities such as Forest School, Garden Planting, Pond upkeep and Allotment activities
Leaver Hoodies and Year Books
Equipment for staff and pupils; like laptops and tablets during lockdown.
Sports Competitions and Playground / P.E. Equipment
We run events and activities that are primarily FUN, that (sometimes) raise money and encourage good relationships and communications between parents, children and the school. We organise Summer and Christmas Fairs, parent quiz nights, children’s discos, Goodrich Rocks mini-festival, annual Fun Run and end of term cake sales, to name but a few!
FoG raises a large proportion of the funds through our events and activities and children led initiatives (tea towels and Christmas cards, for example). We have strong relationships with local businesses who support us through donations and sponsorship deals, and we also take advantage of other quick and easy initiatives, such as give-as-you-shop schemes, payroll giving and match funding.
A little history
Friends of Goodrich (FoG) is the Parent and Teacher Association (PTA) for Goodrich Community Primary School, East Dulwich, London SE22. Founded in 1986, FoG is a registered charity.
We are a group of parent and carer volunteers who raise vital money for the school, with the wonderful support of the local community.
As a parent or carer, you are automatically a member of the Goodrich PTA. Being involved with fundraising for the school is a great way to make friends and make a difference. The funds we raise contribute to enriching the education and experience of all children attending the school, against a backdrop of increasingly-squeezed budgets.
How can I get involved?
Would you like to help enrich the experience of your child and their friends at Goodrich?
Whether it’s half an hour on a stall at a fair, or selling raffle tickets or taking on a committee role – we’d love to hear from you! And if you have a new fundraising idea or feedback on how the funds raised could benefit pupils even more, just get in touch! email@example.com
Alexia Weeple & Nas Hussain
Newsletter & Class Rep Coordinator
Website & Social Media
Food & Bar Co-ordinator
Jamie Potter and Juliet Evans
2nd Hand Book Sales
2nd Hand Uniform Sales
& Leni Lawrence
World Book Day
Cyclists of Goodrich
2022/23 Class Reps
|Nursery||Bumble Bee||Natalie Best|
|21||Anna Louise Scott|
|Year 1||23||Lourdes Gonzales|
|Year 2||3||Shelley Edwards|
|Year 3||6||Alexia Weeple|
|9||Annalise de Glanville|
|Year 4||13||Naomi Knill|
|Year 5||16||Susie Jackson|
Lauren Kininmonth: Co-treasurer
Chris Hill: Co-treasurer
Rachel Jones: Secretary
Friends of Goodrich – Charity Information
Friends of Goodrich, the Parent Teacher Association for Goodrich School, is a registered charity with all funds raised being used to benefit the school and its children. Charity no. 269000. Registered address: Goodrich Parent Teacher Association, Goodrich Community Primary School, Dunstans Road, London SE22 0EP.