Unfortunately, we can report no sensational bust-up or such like. More prosaically, Old Mother Time has caught up with Judith Gillespie, convener, Helen Mackenzie, secretary, and Diana Daly, north-east organiser, all of whom have notched up the half century and lost their weans to adulthood.
All have seen front-line action during the Forsyth onslaught and are relishing retirement from the fray. This might be seen as a triumph of Forsyth's youth over age.
So what future for the 50-pluses who helped win the famous battle over national testing and latterly won mention for heroic defence against the cuts? Zilch, it appears. All are open to offers.
Gillespie, a reluctant Labour supporter who once stood as a district candidate in Edinburgh, is at something of a loss. Mackenzie, thoroughly disillusioned with politicians - so what's new? - is also jacking in her role as Scottish co-ordinator of the Belt Up School Kids safety campaign, and Daly, who stood as a Liberal Democrat candidate in the last council elections in Aberdeen, is spending more time on domestic matters.
The likely beneficiary of any fall-off in SPTC activity is the Scottish School Board Association, famously sued by the SPTC two years ago.