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6th March
The 2018 Belleville Fun Run for kids and parents will be held on Sunday 13th May on Wandsworth Common, 9:30-11:30. The races will be grouped (Nursery/Reception, Year 1-2, Year 3-4, Year 5-6 and parents) due to time constraints, but the children from each year group will be asked to wear a different colour t-shirt so that we can identify them at the finishing line. The race will charge a small entry fee with all the proceeds going to the Belleville PTA.

CAN YOU HELP? We really would appreciate some more volunteers on the day, so if you wish to help, please contact email Julie Mann at or  Ali Key at


5th March
We apologise for the last minute cancellation of the KS1 session on Friday 2nd March. The projector has now been fixed and we can go ahead with the screening of ‘Despicable Me 3’
Friday 9th March for KS1 (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2)
on Friday 16th March for KS2 (Years 3-6)
Children are encouraged to bring sleeping bags, pillows and anything else to make themselves comfortable. Popcorn and juice will be provided.

CAN YOU HELP? We are still looking for more chaperones on the night, so if you can help, please contact

We would like to thank our new sponsor IT at Work ( has stepped in to support this event. 

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5th March
We are trialing for the first time to sell Film Night ticket through Wisepay.
To book, just log-on to your child's Wisepay account via the Belleville website. You will find the tickets under 'Trips & Events'. We hope this makes buying event tickets more straightforward. No more 
queuing in the cold playground to secure a ticket and parents who can’t make the drop offs don’t miss out. Please bear with us during the early stages. If you encounter any problems with your booking, e-mail  
Going forward, we hope to be able to sell more event tickets via Wisepay.


19th February

Sponsor support is crucial to keep the PTA calendar filled with a variety of events for the whole school community. Without the support of a sponsor, many of the smaller PTA events would not cover their costs and would have to be stopped. 

If you are a local business, or if you think your employer would be willing to sponsor some of our school events, we would find a suitable event for your brand and investment. It would be ideal way to raise awareness of your brand within the whole Belleville School community. 

Each sponsor’s logo features on the event posters, tickets, on the newsletter, on the PTA website and all other communication sent out to parents/carers. Sponsors can also include a branded banner at the entrance on the day of the event.

Interested parties should contact the PTA on
We are grateful to all our donors and volunteers who help us organise events and raise funds for our school.  

The PTA is a registered charity no.270097.


7th February

Belleville parents may not be aware that many companies offer employees a chance to boost their fundraising efforts by matching the money they raise when volunteering their time for the PTA.
It is free money waiting to be collected but not many people are aware of it. Some organisations will match £ for £, others will have set ceilings.
Any parent who volunteers a certain number of hours organising an event, running an activity or a running a stand could be eligible to submit a request. Recently, a parent who helped organise the Quiz Night managed to secure £500 for the PTA.

To check if your employer operates or is interested in running a matched giving scheme, contact your company community relations/CSR manager or HR department who will be able to give you instructions on how to start your application. 


5th February

On Friday 2nd February, the top hall at Webb’s Road was transformed into the hottest disco venue in SW11.
The music was pumping, the technicolour lights were sweeping across the hall and the dance master was leading the children to bust some very funky moves. With sweets and glowsticks, the children had the time of their lives. Almost 250 KS2 children came to dance their socks off. The event raised just over £800 for the PTA.

A big thank you to Amy Wickham, Ruby Mukerji and Leah Samuel who helped organise the event and coordinate all the helpers. Thank you to all the volunteers and chaperones on the day. And as ever another huge thank you to Baki for facilitating another highly enjoyable event for the children.

We would also like to thank our sponsor Oddono’s who provided 250 ice cream pots for the children to enjoy after the disco.

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29th January

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Every few years, the PTA organises first aid courses for parents/carers/teachers with First Aid for Life.
These 3hr courses normally retail at £68, but thanks to the PTA, parents can have access to them at a great discount and only pay £20.

The following sessions have been scheduled for the coming weeks:
Tuesday 27th February 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Thursday 1st March      6.30pm to 9.30pm
Saturday 3rd March      9am to 12pm
Thursday 8th March      6.30pm to 9.30pm
Saturday 10th March    9am to 12pm
Tuesday 13th March     6.30pm to 9.30pm

We would like to thank Jill Dicker-Solderer for organising this initiative for the school community.