Fundraisers

PSA Monthly Draw
Enter into the PSA monthly draw for a regular opportunity to win a monthly £25 cash prizes, or even bigger cash prizes drawn at the Christmas and May Fairs! Monthly Draw
Enter into the PSA monthly draw for a regular opportunity to win a monthly £25 cash prizes, or even bigger cash prizes drawn at the Christmas and May Fairs!
May Fair
The popular May Fair is a great family morning including regular favourites such as pony rides, bouncy castle, inflatable run, raffle, decorated jam jars, bottle tombola, kids tombola, beat-the-goalie, nail and face painting and lots more. With toys, books, baking and guest stalls there’s loads for the kids to spend their pocket money on without breaking the bank.
Hallowe’en & Spring Discos
With three great discos for P2-P3, P4-P5 and P6-P7 twice yearly, these are a fantastic chance for the kids to dress up and get into their glad rags or the Hallowe’en spirit.
P1 Events
For the younger ones, a quieter event is provided, where a professional entertainer will keep them giggling with more age-appropriate fun.
Christmas Fair
Get fully into the Festive spirit (not only via the bottle tombola) with refreshments, crafts, decorated jam jars, face painting, tattoos, raffle and perhaps even a Special Guest for the younger ones. It’s a fun and busy fundraiser that always welcomes volunteers ready to spread a little Christmas Cheer.
Uniform Sales
Valued by many parents and carers as a great way to bag a bargain or to recycle uniform no longer needed, the uniform sales include everything from pinafores and trousers, to fleeces, hoodies and even school jackets. Only good-quality uniform is sold so it’s a great opportunity to stock up.
Christmas Cards
A chance to order Christmas cards and gifts printed with your kids’ unique artwork, inspired by amazing teachers who create a little bit of Christmas in the classrooms as early as October!
Bags to School
Do your bit for recycling and the pupils, by filling a Bag For School with preloved items you no longer use and dropping it off at school. What could be easier?!
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