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Cullingworth Village Primary School

Delivering Excellence for a Brighter Future

Welcome to the Friends of Cullingworth Primary School page. If you are interested in joining or helping  with events please ask for information at the school office. 


The Friends of Cullingworth Primary School are working to raise £7000 to complete our School Library.

Why not support us and win at the same time by entering our School Lottery?

Your School Lottery

You can join for as little as £1 per week and for this, you will have the chance of winning a guaranteed weekly prize for someone within your school community. The more people that participate, the bigger this guaranteed prize becomes and the more money raised for your school - 40p in every £1.


Have you got a child at our School?

Then you are already a member of the Friends of Cullingworth Primary School

 How can you get involved?

Come to a meeting
If you have a child at the school or if you are member of staff you are very welcome to come to any meeting. We meet regularly to see where help is needed, to decide what to buy, and to decide how to raise funds.

Volunteer to help at an event:

Run a stall for a short time at an event
Help set up the Spring Fair or help at the disco.
All these jobs (and lots more) have to be done if we are to continue to give our children's education the support it deserves.

Where does the money go?

The Friends of Cullingworth Primary School (previously known as the PTA) have raised some fantastic amounts over recent years towards a whole host of items, such as an electronic piano, Education City homework licenses, digital cameras, T-shirts for the swimming gala, a large contribution to Mr Corn’s mural, Reception outdoor equipment including the Pirate Ship and Play house, Rose Queen day and dressing up outfits, decoration/paintwork in the school hall, cherry trees, camcorder, library books, computer desks, new speaker system and I pads.

In addition to all this, the They have also contributed £10 per child towards a school trip for the last 3 years and £5 per child in the current year.

All this could not have been achieved without the help and support of all the parents, but the events would not have taken place without the organisational skills, time and enthusiasm of the