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The school has a thriving Parent Teacher Association which supports the school for the benefit of the children, parents and teachers; and also raises extra funds.

Parental help for special activities is greatly appreciated. For example: class topics, concerts, visits etc.

The P.T.A. provide major support for school visits and equipment.

Washburn Harvest Magazine Cover





The children in Class 4 created artwork for the Harvest edition of the Washburn and Mid-Wharfe Churches magazine.  

Askwith Phone Box Project: Harvest 2021

The children in Reception and Nursery had the opportunity to create some harvest inspired artwork to decorate the village phone box again using autumnal colours and their favourite fruit and vegetables!


The phone box has been featured in the local news!

The Washburn Magazine

One of the Year 6 pupils wrote an article for the local Washburn Magazine. She wrote about learning in lockdown and how school was different. 

Please click here to read the article in full. 



Askwith Phone Box Project: Summer 2021

The children in Reception and Nursery have created beautiful artwork to decorate the village phone box. Please click the link to see the article in the local press.



Christmas Raffle



Unfortunately, for obvious reasons, we cannot hold our fabulous Christmas Fayre this year! So, to raise a few pounds and spread a little Christmas cheer, we’ve decided to do a Christmas Raffle.


Tickets are £1 each, or £5 per strip. Please click the link for more information.


PTA Craft Day 

The PTA kindly organised an autumn craft afternoon to end the first half term of the school year. All the children greatly enjoyed the activities. The children dressed in bright and creative colours and donated £1 to the PTA funds.  

PTA Christmas Fayre

Thank you to everyone who was involved with the highly successful PTA Christmas Fayre on Saturday. A tremendous £690 was raised. The home baking that was not needed in the café, was donated to Otley Action for the Elderly and was gratefully received.


The PTA raised a further £163 from a raffle held at the Nativity performance.



The Halloween disco was organised by the PTA. As part of the celebrations, children carved and decorated pumpkins for a competition and these were then used to decorate the room for the disco.

Storage and seating funded by the PTA

Askwith Show – PTA Stall











New playground markings funded by the PTA

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