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Picklefrogs PTA

Welcome to the PTA section.



Friends of Pickle Frogs is the fund raising committee for Glebe Infants and Picklenash Junior School and we would like to offer you a warm welcome to our page. We hope you will find lots of useful information about our fundraising activities and events. Friends of Pickle Frogs is a combined charity made up of the former FROGS at Glebe Infants and PSA at Picklenash. The two charities have been joined together in the spirit of our Federated schools to enhance the fundraising capacity and people power to run events within our school community and the community of Newent.


Friends of Pickle Frogs contributes in a number of ways to enhance the social, emotional and learning experience the children have at both schools and include funding school books, our outdoor learning area, school trips, equipment in both playgrounds and learning equipment in our classrooms.


We are always happy to see new members and friends, so if you would like to become involved you will be made very welcome. The meetings are generally held once every six weeks which are informal and friendly with tea and biscuits to enjoy. If you can support at any events or want to join us at our meetings let the office staff know or look out for the committee members around the school. Our future meetings and events will be updated on this page.




Chair: Elaine Pratley
Secretary: Emma Clowes
Treasurer: Georgina Schofield, Deborah Bird
President: Oliver Tuck




A huge thank you to everyone who has helped in any way big or small, or supported our events throughout the year.


Keep looking out for fun activities, events and fundraising ideas for this term.



To be confirmed, once COVID restrictions allow.




  • April - Family Bingo and Games Evening raised £242.55 
  • March - Reception Cake Sale raised £79.00
  • January - Year 3/4 Cake Sale raised £66.50