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Welcome to LCPS PTA

Aims and Objectives


LCPS PTA is an integral part of the school, raising thousands of pounds each year to spend on equipment and resources to provide enhancements and improve facilities to benefit our children's education and enjoyment during their time at the school.

We work as a forum for communication between the parents and the school, bringing forward your ideas, suggestions and feedback.  We strive to build a strong sense of community within the school, looking to achieve this through the many and varied events organised throughout the year.

    Who We Are
    The PTA is made up of parent members including a chair, vice-chair, treasurer and secretary and three teacher members, including the headmaster. 


    2023-2024 Committee


    Acting Chair: Himanshi Mody

    By day: Risk Director (Impairment) at Barclays.

    Himanshi has boy and girl twins at LCPS and loves being involved with the PTA, supporting the school with fund raising activities that provide enrichment towards the school.





    Treasurer: Caroline Rifkind (family name Lennard)

    By day: Caroline is a Chartered Accountant and Insolvency Practitioner. Caroline is currently on career break

    Caroline has 2 children at LCPS in years 6 and 3.


    Secretary: Monica 


    Member: Emma Evans   

    By Day: Full Time Parent. 

    Daughter in reception and 2 year old at home. Before starting a family, Emma worked in research in the finance industry. She hopes that her  love for  a spreadsheet,  organisation and enthusiasm can help to raise plenty of funds for the PTA while giving the children fun activities to take part in.

    Joined PTA in 2023. 





    Member: Jasneet Lad

    By Day: I’m Jas, a mum of two boys. I work as an accountant for GE Healthcare - it’s nice to be local! Like most parents of young children, I don’t have much spare time but when I do, I like reading, baking, and shopping! I’m excited to be part of a PTA that makes such a great contribution to the school, it’s a great way to meet other parents and feel a bit more involved in my son’s schooling.





    Member: Bijal Pankhania

    By Day: Pharmacist and programme management 

    Bijal, started her career in hospital pharmacy and is now transitioning into NHS program management. Balancing work and motherhood, she enjoys time on the badminton court, where she proudly represents her local team, Chalfont Feathers.

    Joining the PTA, reflects her commitment to local connections. Driven by a passion for enhancing her children’s educational setting, she actively fundraises for impactful events.

    Joined the PTA 2023.



    Member: Whitney Hall

    By Day: School Business Manager of a Primary School

    Whitney has a daughter in Year 2 and a son in Nursery

    Whitney has a background in Banking & Finance, and running a business in London within the hospitality sector. She has enjoyed community and fundraising activities through joining the PTA in 2020, and has since joined a 2 form entry Primary School as School Business Manager and CFO to help empower our teachers to continue to educate the next generation to learn, laugh, enjoy sport, music, drama and be great and responsible people.


    Whitney enjoys event planning, travel, hiking, photography, art, music and theatre.

    Whitney has enjoyed fundraising and organising LCPS events like Santa Dash, Pancake Race, Piano Recital by Acclaimed Parent Pianist, Christmas Hamper Raffles and Christmas Dinner Dance & Auction.  She enjoys the PTA socials and helping at the bar!

    Joined the PTA in 2020


    Member: Coleen 


    Member: Ivan Mera 


    Member: Maria Yoanita


    Member: Kate Ross


    Member: Marcos Sebastian 


    Member: Utkarsh Kadganche 


    Member: Solomon Kamal-Uddin. 

    By Day: Background in Child Health

    Daughter in Yr 3 and Yr 6.  Daughter now in Yr 8.

    Solomon has a general all hands role within the PTA and finds it difficult to say no. He can be approached for all  queries and will ensure it is  passed onto someone who will actually move it forward. He remains within the PTA as he likes cake, and there is often left over cake after school events.


     PTA Friend Member: Katherine Punch

    Katherine has three children - two at LCPS in years 6&4.

    Katherine works in media and communications at the FSA and hopes to use her marketing experience to help raise funds for LCPS. In her spare time Katherine loves to cook and play tennis.

    Katherine has been a member of the PTA since 2019 and is now a PTA Friend and PTA Chair from 2021-2023



     Staff Member: Mr R Hacking, Headteacher. 

    In addition to our AGM, we meet as a team six times a year (twice a term). Held in the evenings, our meetings provide the opportunity to share ideas, plan for future events and fundraising initiatives, discuss spending requirements and to hear about school news. When working on larger events, we also meet in smaller groups, or sub-committees.

    If you would like to find out more about joining the PTA, please talk to us or come along to one of our meetings - they're open to everyone to attend! If you would like further information, please contact us at 


      Don't have the time to for the full commitment? The PTA is supported by the network of Class Reps (1-2 for each year) and by Friends of the Committee, who are parents who would like to help out more at events but who have not joined the full Committee. Many go on to join. A separate WhatsApp group is active and we always need a extra set of hands for organizing and events on a no commitment basis . Get in touch if you would like to be added to the group. 

      Registered Charity Status

      The Charities Act 1993 requires organisations with an annual income in excess of £1,000 to register with the Charities Commission.  We must abide by their rules and regulations and our constitution sets out how we operate as a PTA.

      Being a charity allows us to:

      • Apply for Gift Aid, earning us an extra 28.2p in every pound we raise
      • Raise funds more easily from grant giving trusts and local businesses
      • Take advantage of charity matched funding