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Geraldine Collins, PTA Chair extraordinaire for Haddenham Community Junior School, has to step down from the post due to other pressing commitments.

Geraldine will continue to help organise the PTA events planned for the next term but the School's PTA really needs a fantastic person to take on this role.

The PTA enables HCJS pupils to access a wider range of activities than could be offered otherwise — for example, the PTA is paying for an artist to work with all children during outdoor education week.

Please let the junior school know if you can help, or if two local folk would be prepared to share the role.

Please give this some serious consideration. Your School Needs You!

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