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HPSA plays an important role in our schools’ community. We raise money for our school to purchase new equipment and learning resources which all our children benefit from. Everyone who has a child at Hazelwood is automatically a member.
How can you get involved?
We love to see new faces at our meetings or helping out at our events, and are always receptive to new ideas. Your support is vital to ensure that HPSA can continue to bring people together and raise funds for our school. There are plenty of ways you can get involved.
Did you know?
On average HPSA raise between £25,000 and £30,000 a year. This figure includes an anonymous donation of £5,000 each year that we are very grateful for.
How do we raise our funds?
Our HPSA volunteers work hard to come up with new events every year. It is through your participation at these events that we are able to raise much needed funds to enable HPSA to support the school. HPSA is an independent registered charity and we vote at meetings to decide how we support the school with the money we raise.
What are we currently raising funds for?
HPSA are currently supporting the school to improve their sound equipment and lighting in Oak Hall.
How have we supported the school in the past?
We hold community events throughout the year that enable us to raise funds and support the school with:
Maintaining our school gardens
Purchasing of Reception Playgroup equipment
Installing SmartBoards in every classroom
Providing sports kits and equipment
Supporting after schools clubs and Haze Samba
A new performance stage in 2015
New sound equipment in 2015
Additional funding towards some school trips
Support through match funding and easyfundraising www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/hazelwoodinfjnrschoolpalmersgreen
Supporting the Special Educational Needs Department
Hazelwood Parents Staff Association (HPSA) is the registered charity (296649) of Hazelwood Schools whose aim is to organise fundraising events and initiatives to provide additional finance for the educational and social development of the children who attend the Schools.