HVAFF is organized and run by the Hope Valley College PTFA as a way or raising funds used for developing school facilities. All the profits from HVAFF go directly to support school projects. The HVAFF event organisers and staff are all volunteers and put in their time freely. They don’t receive any payment for the work they do.
Since the College first opened in 1958, the library has been at the heart of the school, both educationally and geographically. It has continued to grow and develop, and during the summer of 2018, the PTFA funded its total refurbishment, supported by top library design company DEMCO. Students now have a bright, airy flexible space open to them, and the library offers a warm, comfortable place for meetings and gatherings after school. Here are just a few pictures of it.
Other purchases have included the hall projector and screen, staging for the Drama department, floodlighting for PE department and a laminator for Technology department.
We have also helped to fund the climbing wall, lighting for Drama, drying rails for Art, shelving for RE and more recently the new Greenhouse for the Science department, and a renovation of the Henry Morris Community Room.