• Feed the Kitty

PTA Info Centre


Promoting Your PTA

Here we give some practical advice and guidance on promoting and marketing your association to the school and wider community.

Communication - Social MediaTuesday, 11 March, 2014

Whether or not you're a fan, social media is here to stay and can help your PTA raise its profile and stay in touch with its members. ... more

Communications - A Welcome Booklet For New ParentsTuesday, 11 March, 2014

A booklet to help you promote your PTA to all parents, new to the school. ... more

Communications - An IntroductionMonday, 3 March, 2014

PTAs rely heavily on many forms of communications to get their message across. ... more

Communications - NewslettersTuesday, 11 March, 2014

Newsletter are a very popular method of communication used by most if not all PTAs. ... more

Communications - Preparing A Media ReleaseTuesday, 11 March, 2014

Many PTAs use local media to promote events, to share a success story and to raise the profile of the PTA and school within the local community. ... more

Communications - WebsitesMonday, 3 March, 2014

Access to the internet in the UK is at an all-time high - now possible in 80% of homes.  So what could having a website offer your PTA, how easy is it to set-up and maintain a website and what are the cost implications?  This PTA-UK information sheet gives you all the information you need to make a decision and get going. ... more

Communications - Working with The Local MediaMonday, 3 March, 2014

The local media is a great way of getting your PTA message to a wider audience. ... more

Getting People InvolvedFriday, 20 June, 2014

Some selected tips to increase support for your association. ... more

PTA-UK Advice - Recruiting VolunteersTuesday, 11 March, 2014

Hints and tips from other PTA's on how to recruit more volunteers for your PTA ... more

This information sheet is a benefit of PTA-UK membership. It is published by PTA-UK for its members. Content in whole or in part may not be produced without the express written permission of PTA-UK. For information please contact PTA-UK on info@pta.org.uk. PTA-UK has made every effort to ensure the content is accurate and correct at the time of publication but some details may be subject to change without notice. PTA-UK will not therefore be held responsible for loss or other liability that may result from actions or decisions taken by a PTA / member, based on the advice given.

39 Shipbourne Road, Tonbridge, Kent, TN10 3DS t | 0300 123 5460 e | info@pta.org.uk www.pta.org.uk