Nascot Wood Infant & Nursery School
Nascot Wood Road
Watford
Hertfordshire
WD17 4YT
Tel:01923 239653
admin@nascotwoodinfants.herts.sch.uk
July 22 2016

Nascot Wood Schools Association

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Nascot Wood Schools’ Association

What is the NWSA?nwsa-logo

The NWSA is the community of parents, guardians  and teachers from both Nascot Wood Schools. As a parent or guardian of a child at either of the Nascot Wood Schools, you are automatically a member of the Nascot Wood Schools’ Association. Welcome!

The Association is led by a small committee. Our aim is to raise much needed funds for both schools. We do this by organising social events for both children and parents, raffles, seasonal fayres and much, much more….

We are a small, friendly, sociable group who would welcome new ideas and new members so check out the dates below and see if you can attend our next meeting. If you cannot attend NWSA committee meetings there are many other ways you can support your schools’ fundraising activites. See below for more information about how you can help.

Upcoming NWSA Events

To be Announced

NWSA News

For the latest information about events and helping opportunities, please visit and like, the NSWA’s Facebook page.

Contact us via e-mail: nwsa@live.co.uk
Registered Charity Number: 1082792

Meet the NWSA Committee

 

Claire Aston, Chair

“I joined the NWSA as we had just moved to the area and I wanted to get to know other parents. Joining the committee got me involved in the school that I would be spending the next 10 years walking my children to and from!! I feel it’s my way of giving something back to my local community and my kids love me being involved too.”

The NWSA Children

It’s not just the parents that get something out of being a part of the NWSA committee, our children love it too. Let them tell you themselves…

Molly, Year 5. “It’s really fun seeing my mum at school helping out with the NWSA. When I get to help set up for events I feel like I am ‘backstage’ which is really cool and me and my NWSA friends from different classes get to play with each other.”

Olivia, Year 6. “I’ve made some really nice friends who are also NWSA children. We have lots of fun at events. It’s also nice to see my mum around the school.”

Isabella, Year 1. “I like it when my Mummy helps at school.”
Caitlin, Reception. “I like helping my Mummy and Sara and Miss Hattan.”

Samuel, Year 6. “I like being an NWSA kid because I like setting up events and seeing them go from nothing to looking great. Then I also know my way around and where all the best stalls are before everyone else!”

Jasmine, Year 5. “I like being an NWSA kid because I get to help out on stalls like the tuck shop and the BBQ and that makes me feel important.”