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The Westfield PTA is the social arm of Westfield School. With the help and support of parents and members of staff, the PTA organises a number of social events throughout the year to both encourage a fully-inclusive Westfield community and raise additional funds for the girls.

In addition to supporting school based events like the Macmillan Coffee Morning and Open Day's - the PTA run a series of events consisting of:


Pie and Pea Quiz Night - Friday 28th September

Bonfire Night - Monday 19th November

Junior House Christmas Fayre - Thursday 13th December


Upcoming events

Farewell to Ashwell Towers - BYO picnic - Saturday 15th June 2019 1-4pm




A bit more about the Westfield PTA

Events have included the very successful annual Camellia Ball, Bonfire Party and Fireworks Display, Christmas and Spring Fayres, Wine Tastings, Quiz Nights, Junior House discos, Magic shows and many more well attended events throughout the year.

The Association has in the past provided funds for the purchase of a school minibus, shelving and fittings for the Senior House library, computers for the Art Room, a new sound system for the main hall which is well used by the performing arts and drama department, as well as the development of the new school website, outdoor play equipment for Junior House, a selection of musical instruments and many other items.  New Committee members are always very welcome to join. Please contact the school office for more details.

Some items that the school has benefited from this year thanks to PTA funding.

New signage outside Senior House

Digital piano for Music

High jump equipment



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If you would like to know more about the Westfield Association, please contact the school office for further information.  0191 255 3980.

Last event of 2017-2018 academic year.

Summer Gala at the Crowne Plaza Hotel

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