Community Frogs

All parents are invited to join our open and welcoming association, please come along and support.

Friends of Greenhill School is a registered charity and
our number is 1042252. To visit our page on the Charity Commission site:
click here

FROGS – Activities 2020/2021

Date Event

FROGS – Fundraising
The 2018/2019 year was another fantastic fund fundraising year for the FROGS. Year on year, the support of parents and friends of the school continues to grow.

Events organized included a Freaky Friday disco, sponsored bounce, Christmas Bingo, Easter bingo, a plant sale and a Summer Fair.

2019/2020 was impacted by the coronavirus pandemic as our Spring and Summer term events had to be cancelled.

Frogs Fundraising Update

We would like to say a BIG THANK YOU for your continued support it is greatly appreciated; please join in and support us in raising money for the children in the school through forthcoming FROGS events. As you can see ALL your money is used wisely for the benefit of all children in school.

Have you ever wondered where the money raised at FROGS events goes to? Please take a look at Fundraising Update below to see where the money raised by the FROGS and donated to the school over the last twelve months has been used.

COOP Community Fund
The Frogs have again been nominated as a chosen charity by the COOP store on Mile Lane; this is part of the COOP Community Fund which helps organisations raise funds for the local community. Find out how you can become involved by reading the further information leaflet:
FROGs & COOP Community Fund

FROGS – Who we are and what we do
The Committee shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting to be held in September each year and shall consist of:
Chairperson – Alex Saffer.
Vice-Chair – Laura Lucas.
Secretary – Paula Rowson.
Vice Secretary – Della Cairns.
Treasurer – Karen Wood.
Vice Treasurer – Emma Reilly.
School Representative – Jason Artley, Acting Head Teacher.

The management and control of the Association shall be vested in the Committee elected at the Annual General Meeting.  Members shall serve for 1 year, but then can seek re-election. The object of the Association is to advance the education of the pupils in the school.  In furtherance of this object the Association may:

Develop more extended relationships between the staff, parents and others associated with the school.
Engage in activities which support the school and advance the education of the pupils attending it.
Provide and assist in the provision of such facilities or items for education at the school (not provided by statutory funds) as the Committee in consultation with the Governing Body shall from time to time determine.

FROGS – Contact
The Friends can be contacted by writing to:
c/o Greenhill Primary School
Mile Lane