Complete any time during half term, over a few days or in one go. Please follow all lockdown restrictions. Households must remain apart. Don’t knock on the doors and stay safe. Closing date is Monday 2nd November, 9am.
Write your answer next to the address and email to email@example.com with your child(ren)’s name and class. A small prize will be awarded for all correctly completed sheets. The easiest method is probably to print the Trail (below), then send us a photo when complete, or if you can find a way to do it digitally on your phone, send us a screenshot.
Lockdown rules can be found here.
As part of our World Book Day celebrations on Friday March 6th 2020, we will run our free book swap. All children are invited to bring in donated books to swap. They get a maximum of 3 tokens to exchange (they can donate extra books if they choose). All children get a book to take home.
Bring in your nearly new clothes donations 24th - 28th Febrary, and we will transform them into Eco-Boutique! Clothes sold by the £10 bag or individually at bargain prices. Times to be confirmed but will likely be 2.30pm- 7.30pm, in Roath Park Primary School Hall.
Join us in the school hall (7.30pm) for our annual Quiz Night. £7 a ticket including a fish and chip supper (other food options are available).
Tickets on sale 20th February.
Join us and encourage the runners! We will be assembling between 10.30 – 11.30 on the junction of Ninian Road and Kelvin Road.
Dress for the weather, and feel free to bring instruments, banners plus your biggest cheering voices. A prize will be awarded for the best banner!
Our amazing parent runners are: Hannah Clark, Tim Earlam, Hanan Jamil, Bláthnaid Walsh-Heron, Tom Forycki, Cherie Marshall, Amy Earlam, Eamon McGreal, Kate Hilditch, Laura Thompson, Hywel Evans and Christel Hooson.
Roath Park parents running for other charities include Amina and Naz Islam. If you know others participating let us know and we'll give them a big cheer as they come past.
If you’re doing the sponsored cheer, please sign in when you arrive. To donate please use our Go Fund Me link, use the paper form to sponsor a child at Roath Park to cheer with us, or chuck some change in the donation buckets we will have on the day.
or download your sponsorship form here
You can help!
Sponsor a child or family to run the Family 2k the day before the Cardiff Half
Sponsor a Child taking part in the Cheer Squad or sponsor one of our grown-up runners attempting to run the whole 13.1 miles! Every penny counts and every child will benefit.
Adults running the Cardiff Half and wanting to take part in our fundraiser need to email firstname.lastname@example.org to join our GoFundMe team. You can join our social running group on Strava and we will also meet up for social runs to help you train.
Beginner Half Marathon Plans can be found here along with tip and tricks.
Families wishing to run the 2k or be part of the cheer squad? Sponsorship forms have been sent home with your child. Children wanting to run the 2k can enter here
Thank you so much.
Roath Park Primary PTA
*Runners will need to pay their own entry fee.
Summer Fayre 2019
Thank you to everyone who came to the Fayre and made it such a special event. We couldn't have pulled it off without the support of all the parents, teachers and families attending, donating and helping.
We are delighted to announce the profit from the Summer Fayre was an amazing £2309.98. What a fantastic achievement. Money raised will go towards projects in school which will also be announced at a later date. So far as a PTA we have donated money towards many different areas in school. Please come to our meetings so you can have a say! It's your child's school and we need everyone's opinion to make informed decisions.
Our next events after summer are the Cardiff Family 2k/Half Fundraiser and Bingo Night!
These events are open for everyone and we will be confirming a meeting soon to organise them. If you would like to be involved please come along to our meeting or if you can't please email your suggestions through to email@example.com, Facebook or message us here
Katherine, Bláthnaid, Jo, Tim and Hannah.
We will be sharing the model constitution we hope to adopt - the first step to registering as a charity. Also Summer Fayre planning- which will be lots of fun!
We really need to you come to this!
If we don't have enough parents present, the vote to adopt the constitution won't be valid!
The constitution has been developed by Parentkind in association with the Charity Commission - especially for PTAs.
There will be no major changes in how we do things, we will still run the same fundraisers and socials. But becoming a charity means we can apply for match funding and gift aid, boosting the amount we can raise for the school.