FOSA is a dedicated committee of parents who come together to support the aims of the Board of Trustees through fundraising to supplement the school budget, and organising events to bring together the school community in social activities.

Movie Night - Wednesday 18 September 2019

We are looking forward to our “Downton Abbey” Movie Night which is screening at the Roxy Cinema at 8.15pm on Wednesday 18 September. St Anthony’s School Seatoun is fundraising to upgrade the outdoor area for senior students.

This fundraising movie event is SOLD OUT, however you are still able to help by making a donation using this link: -

We are very grateful to our sponsors for their generous donations to make the movie night such a success.

For those who have movie tickets, the movie starts at 8.15pm. Please join us in the cafe from 7.30pm.

Thank you for supporting our school.

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Class Coordinators

We have assigned FOSA reps to each class. Please get in touch with the following people should you have any questions about fundraising initiatives or would like to be involved.

Kiwi Class – Virginia Jackson
Hoiho Class – Cilla Sukha
Takahe Class – Vanessa Hawkey
Kea Class – Angeline Pujji
Tui Class – Christina Toulis

Friday Lunches

Friday lunches are an easy way to help FOSA’s fundraising by placing an order and going on the roster. Parents work in teams of two putting together the lunch order for that day. It usually involves one Friday morning per term. The kids enjoy seeing their parents at school!  

The newsletter will tell you when and what is available. Orders are placed in classroom order bags first thing in the morning. 

The Term 3 2019 lunch order form can be downloaded from here.

The Copper Tree

The Copper Tree in the office is our on-going library fundraiser. Add your leaf to make sure your family and children are remembered in St Anthony’s history. Order forms for leaves are in the school office.


A biennial joint venture between the school and church community, the Bazaar has its own organising committee but needs help from the church and school to run it. It’s an all-hands-on-deck day which is a lot of fun and very rewarding to all involved. Our next Bazaar is 2021.