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HCA (Hymers College Association)
The HCA seek to raise funds in order to support, expand and develop the school financially or otherwise. The HCA meet at least twice per term in the evenings at the School and host various fund raising events during the year. There are 3 second hand uniform sales per year, an evening meal usually in February or March, the Spring Ball in May, and a Garden Party in June which is run jointly with the Old Hymerians. There is also a 300 club. The HCA also help organise the Junior School discos and the Junior School Christmas Lunch as well as serving teas and coffees at different events during the year.
Examples of items which have been given to the school as a result of the hard work of the HCA include the school mini buses, the sound system in the hall and the library filing system.
For more information see Information Sheet
FOHMS (Friends of Hymers Music Society)
FOHMS is a group of parents, friends and members of staff who raise money to help advance the musical education of Hymers pupils. Through fundraising activities such as the Music and Mulled Wine evening and the Golf Day, they enable the music department to purchase instruments for pupils to learn on. They also provide refreshments at the numerous concerts and are a great support to the music department. If you are interested in finding out more about FOHMS and would like to become involved, please contact Mr Richard Quick email@example.com
SOHCS (Supporters of Hymers College Sport)
SOHCS is an organisation which has the intention of raising funds to purchase major items of sporting equipment that the school would not ordinarily be able to purchase, such as cricket covers, and tennis serving machine. It also assists with accomodation costs when pupils are representing the school in national competitions. SOHCS works alongside the other fund raising bodies, HCA and FOHMS and organises 2 or 3 functions per year. This enables many parents who support their children and school sport on touchlines, court sides and boundaries to meet and mix socially, deepen links with the school and allows the formation of wider friendships as well as generating some funds. For further information contact Mr Fitzpatrick firstname.lastname@example.org