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FOSCS

Welcome to FOSCS section.

The Friends of Stoke Canon School play an important role in the school community. Here you will be able to find meeting dates and details of forthcoming events.

CURRENT COMMITTEE 

Chair: Vicki Matthews  Vice-Chair: Gina Parker Secretary: Emily Hamilton  Treasurer: Rachel Cooke  Community Rep: Sandra Brown Teacher Rep: Louise Herbert SEN Rep: Vicki Matthews Promotions:Vicki Matthews

President:

 

The year group rep posts were reviewed at the October AGM

Pre-School:          

Reception: Claire Belcher (Lydia's Mum)  

Year 1/2 Wendy Johnson ( Chloe's Mum)

Year 3/4 :Vicki Matthews (Penny's Mum)

Year 5/6 : Gina Parker (Anna's  Mum)

 

                        

        

FOSC contributions to the school from Sept 2019-Sept 2020

Year 1 coach trip to Eggesford airfield.

Year 5/6 coach trip to the Tank Museum.

Coach to Torquay for Star of Christmas competiton.

Year 6 Hoodies.

Disco DJ.

Chrome Books.

Christmas craft

Bingo and Christmas performance- tuckshop supplies.

Money raised from cake stalls supplied educational toys for Yr 2, classroom stationery supplies for Yr 3/4, ice creams on trip for Yr 5/6.

 

(This is not an exclusive list)

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

FOSCS contributions from Sept 2020-  Sept 2021

 

Due to Covid Restrictions and Lockdown not many events have been organised by FOSCS.

Ice creams were sold after school on Fridays. Contributions of chocolate were given by parents for Christmas Bingo. The Bingo had to be cancelled but all the chocolates were made up into hampers and a Christmas Raffle was held to raise money. The Christmas Productions were cancelled but KS1 performed a Nativity in Church and KS2 held a carol concert in two parts. Refreshments and a craft fair were held within the school for parents to enjoy and purchase Christmas gifts.

September 2021- September 2022

 

After the Covid restrictions the Friends of Stoke Canon School were able to restart fund raising. They were able to hold the annual Christmas Chocolate Bingo. In the Summer the annual Summer Fete was held in the school playground with help from parents and some of the stalls run by Year 6 pupils.

This money helps to subsides activities within the school year for all pupils to enrich the curriculum.

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