Friends of Exning School (FOES)

Every parent/ carer of a child registered at Exning Primary School is a member of the FRIENDS!
The FOES are a group of parents and teachers who get together and meet once a month to raise additional funds for the school through organised events and arrange social events, including:

• kids movie nights,
• family summer barbeques,
• Christmas bazaar,
• Several's car boot sale,
• Y6 leaver’s party,
• and much more…..

The Friends is a registered charity, the registered charity number is: 1050867.


The Friends of Exning School

Registered Charity No. 1050867

Exning Primary School, Oxford Street, Exning, Suffolk,

President: Mr James Clark

Chairperson: Mrs Sam Simpson

Vice Chairperson: Mrs Anna Sheasby

Minutes Secretary: Mrs Alex Friend 

Treasurer: Mrs Gemma Huckle


The Friends of Exning School - Committee Membership


If you are interested in becoming a member of The Friends of Exning School,

please email

Click here to join Schoolotto.

Class Funds

For the last few years FOES have contributed to class trips for each year group.

They have also purchased items for the school such as musical instruments, eSA qualifications and IT equipment as well as Christmas parties and discos for the children.


Please email  if you would like more information.


 The FOES also run a Schoolotto with cash prizes
ranging from £5 to £75!

click here for an online form

The Schoolotto an extremely simple and effective way of raising funds and allows you to contribute to the success of the school – at the same time you could win some of the prize money that is drawn monthly, termly and yearly.  Each year profit from the Schoolotto is given to each class to spend on valuable equipment and learning aids.

This is how it all works; - around 100 membership cards, each individually numbered, are sold for a fee of £2 a month or £24 per annum.  Each month we draw 3 prizes with a first prize of between £15 and £25 dependent on the number of members in the draw at the time.  We also do a termly prize and a yearly draw at Christmas when prize money can be between £70 and £150.