Parents and Friends Association

It goes without saying that the PFA's Annual Burns Night Dinner in January has been cancelled, but we hope to stage an alternate Social Event later in the year, when circumstances allow

On behalf of the PFA Thank You for your continued support - Stay Safe
Kind regards

Simon Tooley

Welcome to the Bishop Luffa Parents and Friends page. Our aim is to support the school through fundraising events and regular financial commitment by Gift Aid. This allows the school to plan and budget for future projects, which will benefit the education and environment of our children during their school years at Bishop Luffa.

This support is much appreciated by the Headteacher and staff at Bishop Luffa school.

There are many areas you could become involved with the PFA:

  • Joining the PFA Committee
  • Attending and helping at fundraising events
  • Regular financial donations through Gift Aid
  • Second-hand Uniform shop

The Gift Aid form can be used to set up a monthly Gift Aid payment to support the School, or make a one off payment. The form should be returned to the PFA Gift Aid Secretary, c/o The School Office.

For more information please contact Simon Tooley –

Parents and Friends Events

Unfortunately during the current COVID-19 situation the Parents & Friends Association are unable to run it's usual events.  We are hoping that we may be able to run the following events if restrictions are lifted:

  • Friday 18th June 2021 - Year 11 Prom

More events are added throughout the year and full details are sent via Parentmail.

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PFA News

Preloved Prom Dress Sale

Thanks to everyone who helped or came along to sell or buy a dress at this event. It was held on Saturday 1st February and it was a huge success. We had 80 dresses for sale plus accessories and a queue at the door before we opened at 11am. St Wilfrid's Hospice shops came with a selection of dresses and Retroesque from Arundel, who have a range of vintage styles in their shop. Hampshire Vintage Wedding Cars brought a limo and vintage Rolls Royce. Many year 11 girls, from various local schools, came to try on in the large changing area. It was a great day, everyone appeared to be having a good time and it was a lovely relaxing way to buy a prom dress, save money and re-love a beautiful dress. We took over £1,000 and with donations and the 25% commission taken on each item sold, we made £277 for the school. We will be running this sale again next year just before the February half term, so please keep it in mind if you want to sell your dresses and look out for the date release at the end of September.

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