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   Find us on Facebook ‘Friends of South Green Nursery, Infants & Juniors                                                                                                                

Last updated April 2019

Welcome to The Friends of South Green Schools page.  (School PTA)

We are a group of volunteers that organise fundraising and social events for the Infant & Nursery and Junior Schools.

Over the years the 'Friends' have been able to supply funds for a large number of projects, these include:

Nursery – New Nursery building, updating their story book library, new reading corners and furniture.

Infant School – Climbing Frame, hall curtains, stage equipment, classroom reading corners, library and foyer furniture and subsidising educational speakers and visits.

Juniors School – Subsidising educational speakers, visits and residential trips such as Skreens Park, Thriftwood and Stubbers.  Providing classrooms with new book stocks.

Currently our fundraising initiatives will be going towards resurfacing the Infants playground and supplying the Juniors new Thrive Room with its furniture. 

Every parent whether their child is in Nursery or Year Six is automatically a member of the 'Friends' organisation and we’d be delighted to have your support in raising funds to make the schools an even more exciting and rewarding place for your children to attend.

'Friends' meetings are open to all and although we should have a Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer (so that all the legalities are covered), that is about as formal as it gets. We meet once a term but more if we need to.

The committee team are:

Vacant  (Chairperson)

Emma Collier (Treasurer)

Lee-Anne Glover (Secretary)

 We would love to see you - come along to one of the meetings if you’re free.   

To find out more and for regular updates on what’s being planned request to join our Facebook group. 

Search for ‘Friends of South Green Nursery, Infants & Juniors’

 If you are unable to attend our meetings there are plenty of other ways you can still help the schools.  For example, do you shop online or work for a large organisation?  Take a look at the links and information below: 





 (Search for ‘South Green Infant & Nursery School - Billericay’ or ’South Green Junior School’)

Larger retailers include Amazon, Tesco, M&SJohn LewisArgos and 2000 other well known names.

All you need to do is register (for free) and then raising money is just a couple of clicks away! 

Once registered, instead of going directly to the retailer website, log into easyfundraising first and click on the retailer you want to shop with. You’ll then be taken to the retailer’s website where you shop as you would normally - but because you visited easyfundraising first, the schools get a donation. It really is that simple, and 100% catch free.


Match Funding

Many companies throughout the UK offer employees the chance to boost their fundraising efforts by 'matching' the money they raise.

Not all companies offer matched funding but those that do will pledge a sum of money relating to the amount their employee has raised for or donated to the charity of their choice.


There is no definitive list but generally speaking, banks and building societies, insurance companies, supermarkets, utilities providers, phone companies and car manufacturers are known historically to offer match funding schemes. 


Would you be willing to check with your employer whether a scheme is already in place or if they'd be able to set one up?


Match Funding monies raised for South Green Schools:

2015 - £3000               2016 - £2000              2017 - £3200         2018 - £3600


Stikins - Personalised Name Labels

The Friends of South Green Schools have teamed up with Label Planet to offer parents the opportunity to purchase quality labels for your children’s school uniform, whilst earning the school commission at the same time! This money can then be used to continue to help purchase some of the fantastic resources that benefit our children’s learning.

As we all know, lost property is a problem in all schools and I am sure we are all familiar with our child, at some point, coming home from school with a missing item. As parents, we are aware that time is precious, which is why we think these labels are such a great idea; they simply stick onto the clothing wash label. They can even be used in shoes! Naming of clothing is a school requirement and we are hoping that with this opportunity we can start to eliminate some of parents’ frustrations that surround these issues.

How it works:

Each order placed quoting the school reference number 18223 will provide the school with 30% commission. If you use the link https://www.stikins.co.uk/?PARTNER=18223 to order your labels online, the number is filled in automatically for you!  Check out the link on the school’s websites.


Volunteer or Community Days

Some employers offer volunteer or community days whereby they let their employee have paid time off from their usual place of work to volunteer at an organised event, for example helping at the Christmas Bazaar, Summer Fete or Circus afternoon.  This is a great way for working parents to get involved.  Have a look at your company’s Corporate Responsibility Policy to see if you qualify.


And finally.......

Don’t forget, the discounted tickets and wristbands sold by the ‘Friends’ can be bought by anyone!  Let your friends know, and tell them to tell others too!


Word icon Minutes of Fete meeting Feb 2017

Word icon Minutes of Fete meeting March 2017

FOSGS Minutes 3rd May 2019

Minutes of FOSGS meeting 12th July 2019

Matched Funding




Your Marsh Farm Tickets Order Form


Adventure Island Promotion Letter


Wristband Order Form