Friends of Hoyle Court

Here you’ll find information about the Friends of Hoyle Court Primary School which is a Parent Teacher Association (PTA) group at Hoyle Court Primary School.

Information about the events we’ve organised can also be found by following our Twitter account

@HoyleCourt

or on the

Friends of Hoyle Court Primary School Facebook Page

The Friends of Hoyle Court Primary (also historically known as the PTA) are actually a small, friendly group of parents. We organise events that the school and local community can enjoy, in order to raise much needed funds for the school.

These funds contribute towards equipment and resources which enhance the education and experience your child has at school. In the past Friends have helped to purchase class cameras, the stage and seating in the hall, sports kits, playground equipment and the polytunnel for gardening.

Emma Fisher

I have two boys at the school in Year 3 & 5. I have been involved in FoHCP for 6 years. Two years ago I took over the role of treasurer. Outside of school I am a nurse at the Marie Curie Hospice.

Charlotte Wright

I have two boys at the school in Reception & Year 3. I work as a Primary School Teacher and have been a member of the FoHCP group for 3 years. Mr Wright helped to build the polytunnel last year.

Lindsay Spink

I have one girl at the school in Reception and my son starts in pre-school in September. I have lived in Baildon for 7 years and work in Leeds as an Ecologist.

Phillipa Masters

I have one girl at the school in Year 1 and run my own cleaning business in and around Baildon.

Izzy Edwards

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WE TAKE CARD PAYMENTS

Why have friends set up a Uniform Shop?

Convenience

  • Order at school and collect from school.

Savings for you

  • The prices Friends are charging represent a considerable saving over the year for the purchase of uniform. They are cheaper than other local suppliers.

The Benefit to the Children

  • £1 of every purchase goes back into school. This goes to ‘Friends’ so they can continue putting on their ‘inflatables days’, subsidising class trips, buying playground equipment – and all the other extras they help with.