Like most Parent Teacher Associations, our aim is to enhance the children’s experience of school.  The SPSA is a registered charity and regularly raises around £28,000 a year, which has been spent on improving equipment and resources in the school as well as paying for some of the “extras” that the local authority can’t provide.  All parents and carers are automatically members of the SPSA when their child attends the school but what really makes a difference is having active members.

The SPSA is about much more than just fundraising.  The range of events we organise helps provide closer links between home and school and provide a positive way to bring staff, parents and pupils together socially in support of the school community.

Check out our latest weekly newsletter (13 December 2019) and SPSA calendar to find out what SPSA is up to and join us.


The current committee members are as follows:

SPSA Committee members and responsibilities:

SPSA Events/Project Areas and Non-Committee Roles:

  • SPSA Newsletter (fortnightly) – Kat Alaam-Jones^, Alex Broadbent^
  • International Food Evening Co-ordinator – Alex Broadbent^
  • Christmas Bazaar Co-ordinator –Anna Symons*
  • Christmas Theatre Trip – Alex Broadbent^
  • Christmas Cards – Angela McHale, Jude Smith*
  • Summer Party/Auction Co-ordinator – Angela McHale (temporary)
  • Quiz Night – Charlie Cook, Alex Broadbent^
  • Sunflower Fete 2019 – Michaella Standen^, Alex Broadbent^
  • Music Projects Lead – Charlie Cook
  • Recycling projects – Music Magpie (books), Empties Please – Margie Clements*
  • Uniform Sales – Teresa Presa

^also a trustee

*not serving on main committee

The SPSA is looking to fill the vacant committee roles below. If you are interested please contact Michaella Standen at chair@spsa.org.uk

  • Secretary
  • Book Swap day
  • Tombola Lead
  • Summer Party/Auction lead
  • Sunflower Fete 2019 – committee members needed
  • Lead liaison with SPSA for Year 6 Leavers July 2019
  • Auditor for the SPSA


The Sunflower Fund

We aim for Southfield to provide a happy, nurturing community which inspires children to learn and to be their best. To do this there are two main areas we would like to improve: the quality of the learning materials that are on offer to our children and the environment in which they learn. The funds we have can take us so far, but we believe if we could generate additional financial support it could benefit the school significantly.

After discussion between the Governing Body and our Headteacher, The School agreed this is an opportunity we would like to try. Therefore, to help achieve this we are asking for your support in making a voluntary financial contribution to a new ‘Sunflower Fund’.

If you would like to support the ‘Sunflower Fund’ you can do so by logging into your ParentMail account and going to the “payments” area where you will find an option to pay in installments of £5, or more if you choose (see box titled custom installment), or a one off payment of £60 per year.

Alternatively, you can set up a standing order with your bank. Please pay to the school account using reference “Sunflower”.
(Southfield Primary School, NatWest Bank Ealing, Sort code: 60-07-10, Account: 03715566).

We will also gladly accept cheques handed in at the front office.

The Governors propose reporting back to you each term on the funds that have been generated and how they have been spent.

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