We are a church school and do not receive any direct government funding for premises. As such we ask our parents to contribute £55 per year for each child at school. This money is used by the Governors to pay contributions to building projects and equipment initiatives for the school. For every £1 of voluntary contribution we can apply for additional funding for large projects which turns your £1 into £10.
These contributions are voluntary. This Fund has helped the school to upgrade all the classrooms over the past few years. Recently we also built a new Year 2 classroom and redesigned and relocated our entrance hall and school office. Last year the electrical wiring was upgraded and this year we have a major project to remove the stage in the Hall and make an exciting new learning space. None of this would be possible without the support of our families.
You can make payments in a number of ways: monthly or annually, in cash, by cheque, or through our online payment system, Tucasi. Careful monitoring means we have been able to save money and can now pass these savings on to parents. The suggested voluntary contributions are:
We greatly appreciate all voluntary contributions, however small, as they help us to enhance and development your childrens learning environment.
The main entrance and school office were redeveloped in order to improve communication with parents, improve safeguarding and to provide a welcoming space for visitors.
The main entrance in early 2012
The main entrance and school office now