Maidstone Road
St. Mary’s Platt
Nr Sevenoaks
TN15 8JY
01732 882596
School Secretaries:
Mary Saunders and Jackie Hallett
Headteacher: Hannah Walters
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The Chair of the PTA is Zoe Wongsam.

Important Dates 

Christmas Disco – 2nd December
Christmas Fair – 9th December
 What is the PTA?  The Platt Primary School Parent Teacher Association - or PTA - is a charitable organisation which raises money to support the School.    
As parents and carers who have children in the School, you are automatically members of the PTA.  That means you have the right to say how the PTA is run, the events it holds and, most importantly, how the money is spent.  
What is the committee?  The committee is an elected group of 6 -12 members that act as trustees of the charity and representatives of the parents and teachers; they involve themselves in organising events, supporting and liaising with the school and voting on how money is invested.    
If you would like to get involved, please join us at the AGM to find out more. You do not have to be a committee member to attend meetings; taking an active role in the PTA is a great way to get to know other parents and to help the children and teachers by supporting school events.  It also ensures that the needs of your children's class are voiced. It is just as important for parents of Reception children to come along as is it for those who have had a longer connection with the School. 
Why do we need a PTA to raise money for the school?  You may feel that school funding should all be from the Local Education Authority; however, the LEA provides a limited budget and the money can only be used within given guidelines.  The money raised by the PTA is not subject to these guidelines and so the parents and teachers can choose together how best to spend PTA funds on the facilities and extras that we all feel are so important. 
The only restriction on how the money is used is that it should advance the education of the children. This is done directly by providing equipment and activities that could not otherwise be afforded and indirectly by encouraging relationships between the Governors, the staff, the parents and the community in which we live.