Managing your PTA
Find out about the rules and regulations governing your PTA and get answers to your questions about running a successful association.
10 ways to start the year off right!
How can your school and PTA work better together?
Agreeing a wishlist
Deciding how to spend your hard-earned PTA £££s? Create a strategy for how wishlists and school funding projects should be agreed.
AGMs and EGMs
FAQs on AGMs
PTA Problems: Am I being unreasonable...
FAQs charity governance
Confused about charity registration and governance? Look no further... the Charity Commission answers your PTA queries.
Join your county PTA Facebook Group!
Embrace the power of social media with our 60 regional Facebook groups - the perfect place to swap ideas and advice with schools and PTAs in your local area.
Charity trustee FAQs
Improve PTA meetings
FAQs data protection
Safeguard your PTA cash
Get your PTA on Facebook
Facebook is our PTA+ community's favourite social channel and an excellent way to build support. We explore pages and groups to discover what is right for you.
FAQs DBS checks
When do PTA volunteers need DBS checks (formerly CRB)? The team at Safe Network offer some guidance.
FAQs charity banking
GDPR: What PTAs need to know!
The new GDPR came into force in May 2018, but how do the regulations affect your PTA fundraising? Here's what you need to know.
Better PTA buying
Beat fundraising fatigue
Let's get digital!
How do you promote PTA events? Creating digital posters to share via social media has never been easier...
Good succession planning is vital to the ongoing success of your PTA, so identify any upcoming gaps early and put out specific appeals for help.
Handing over detailed notes about every aspect of running your PTA will be invaluable for future committee members.
Hold a successful AGM
An Annual General Meeting (AGM) gives PTA members a chance to review the past year and vote in a new committee. Here’s what you need to know.
PTA committee roles and responsibilities
A role on the PTA committee is an exciting opportunity, but what exactly do the ‘chair’, ‘treasurer’ and ‘secretary’ do?
Other committee roles
Allocating jobs outside the main PTA committee roles gives more people the chance to take part, and is especially helpful when you’re struggling to find volunteers.