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Park Hill Junior School

Park Hill Schools' Association (PHSA)

We all want a wonderful school experience for our children, and a Parent Teacher Association (PTA) works with parents, carers, teachers and school staff, to help create an environment in which kids can enjoy themselves and thrive.

The Park Hill Schools Association (PHSA) is the PTA for Park Hill Infants and Park Hill Junior Schools, which is a registered charity aiming to:

  • help to create a supportive school community
  • welcome parents and carers to become more involved
  • raise funds to help enrich the school for students.

To do this, the PHSA has a team of enthusiastic volunteers working to create memorable events and raise money that the schools can put towards useful resources.

Who are your PHSA committee members?


  • Co-Chair: Rikki Lipscombe
  • Co-Chair: Kate Watson
  • Secretary: Hilary Bell
  • Treasurer: Jen Johnson
  • Emily Adams
  • Varsha Gicas
  • Rehana Ali
  • James Cork
  • Beatrice Giusti
  • Cherelle Wiseman
  • Mrs Parry (PHIS)
  • Miss Waxer (PHJS)

How can you get involved in the PHSA Supporters Group?

As a parent or carer of children at either Infant or Junior school, you are automatically a member of the PHSA. We know that our school community’s talents are vast and varied, and we have so many ways that you could help - even if you have younger children at home, or only a small amount of time. 

Could you come to a meeting, help set up an event, serve food or design a poster? Perhaps you have a professional skill you could help us out with? You don't have to come into the school; many of our volunteering tasks can be done from home.

Please contact your Chairs the PHSA team at or any of your committee members if you spot them in the school grounds.
We are always happy to chat and welcome you to join the PHSA Supporters Group!

Past events - 2022-23

Throughout 2022-23, we hosted our annual fireworks event, a summer circus, bake sales, sports and family days, raffles and more, raising over £8000 for the schools.

Upcoming events – 2023-24

Our fundraising goal this year is to raise £10,000, to be divided between both schools.

Oct 19: Bake Sale
Nov 3: Fireworks
Dec 1: Light up the Tree
Dec 8: Winter Wonderland
Feb 9: Bake Sale
Feb 23: World Book Day sale
Mar 8: Mother's and Others' Picnic
Mar 27: Easter Raffle
Apr 19: Taste of Eid
May 17: Spring Market
Jun 13: Father's and Friends
Jun 23: Colour Run
Jul 5: Taylor Mania – Taylor Swift Tribute Show

We’ll be sharing more information as our calendar fills up, and you’ll be able to see what we’re up to if you:
Follow us on Instagram
Follow us on X (Twitter)
Like us on Facebook

You’ll also receive information about the PHSA via the Infant and Junior schools to keep you up to date with upcoming events.

What is the money used for?

We will continue to keep this webpage updated with information about projects that the money is being used for at both schools. In this past, PHSA funds have gone towards: Storage sheds, signs, phonics books, reindeer visits, and a playhouse at the Infant school, and new hall lighting, more tablets for classrooms, improving the reading shed, and providing more water fountains at the Junior school.

How to raise money FOR FREE

Stikins Name Labels (‚Äč

Need to buy name labels for your child's new uniform? Please try Stikins name labels that need no sewing or ironing. We will earn up to 30% commission for our schools.
Please quote our special code when buying labels: 15355 or, use this link:

Matched funding and charitable donations enable us to make up to twice as much money on an event, which really helps us reach our fundraising targets. Many companies have schemes whereby they contribute to charities like the PHSA. Ask your employer! What have you got to lose?

Registered Charity No. 288263.