PTSA is Ealing Fields' Parent, Teacher & Student Association
All parents, teachers, carers and friends of Ealing Fields are automatically members of the PTSA.
We aim to foster a spirit of community at Ealing Fields and raise money for your child’s journey through the school.
Please help us by coming along to our events. They are good! Also consider offering some of your time to support what we do. It can be as little as an hour a year, or more if you can.
For more information or to volunteer please contact the PTSA via email.
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PTSA Events Spring & Summer 2018
Saturday 23rd June 2018 - Ealing Fields Festival - Click here for details
Friday 6th July - FIFA World Cup. Non uniform dayBack to the top
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Laser Tag Event
Friday 18th May saw the PTSA trial a great new fundraising event in the form of Laser Tag Combat on the school field. Over 60 students turned out in the glorious sunshine for what turned out to be a fantastic evening of fun.
The school field was turned into a Laser Tag game zone with inflatable obstacles providing cover and vantage points. The students were given their Laser Phasors and quick briefing before embarking on their Laser Tag games. Each player took part in 3 games and their individual scores recorded on the leader board after each game. At the end of the evening the top 12 players on the leader board took part in a final play-off game.
Congratulations to Summer Oliver-Ali who topped the leader board after all 3 rounds and to Joe Brien & Anoop Kalsi who recorded the joint top score in the play-off game. All three were the proud winners of a £5 Amazon voucher each for their sharp shooting skills.
It was really successful night that was not only great fun for the students but also raised a fantastic £430 towards the PTSA school mini-bus appeal. Thank you to everyone who took part and we look forward to holding the event again next year!Back to the top
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