St James CE Primary School

St James School Association (SJSA)

Who are we?

Every parent and staff member of the school automatically becomes part of our School Association. We are a registered charity, with the purpose of raising funds to support the education of the children at Saint James. A small group of parents and teachers meet regularly to organise events and activities that raise money for the school.

How do we raise money?

We run Christmas and Summer Fairs, Discos, Film Nights, Easter Hunts, Bingo and Quiz nights, a School Lottery and more!

We also use cashback schemes including easy fund raising and textile recycling, we use local sponsorship and sell second hand uniform.

What do we spend the money on?

In the past we have paid for scooter shelters, a pirate ship play area, outdoor play equipment and a vast range of extra learning resources for the children.

We are currently fundraising to replace the old school laptops, and then we will be investigating some fantastic new playground equipment for the children!

How can you get involved?

You can view our page on Facebook by clicking here: St James' School Association (SJSA) – West End. All our meetings and fundraising events are publicised there. You can also E-mail us at if you are interested in attending the meetings or helping out. Otherwise, feel free to just turn up at the meetings - we are a friendly group who welcome new members.

If you sign up to Parentmail please ensure you give an email address that you check regularly otherwise you may miss important updates from the school and information on our events.

We publish minutes of the SJSA meetings below...

SJSA Meeting 25/01/2018
SJSA Meeting 22/11/2017
SJSA Meeting 12/09/2017

...and our Newsletters and latest notices are published below:

SJSA Summer Fayre
Autumn Term 2017

* Meeting minutes and Newsletters are stored in PDF format - you will need to have a PDF reader program on your computer to view the files. If you do not have a PDF reader program already, please click here to download one.