Here is where you will find all of our current fundraising activities across The Trust…
Please have a read through and see what our schools are getting up to and the exciting projects they have on the go.
If you can spare a few pounds for any of the causes it would be greatly appreciated.
Poplar Farm Primary School
In order to widen reading experiences for all children, capture their imagination as early as possible, and improve their education and literacy in school, we would like to purchase a wider selection of all colours from Oxford Reading Tree and Collins Big Cat Books.Learn more
The John Fielding Special School
SWITCH COMMUNICATION RESOURCES
We are trying to raise £6,000 to purchase new and engaging resources such as switch adapted toys. Switches serve a variety of purposes and will allow pupils to make choices, interact during lessons (i.e. turn the pages of a digital book).
Story Sequencers enable our pupils to follow stories and link characters and images to the plot. This project will help improve our children’s communication skills, their parents will also benefit as we create closer parent-school engagement, using Audio Diaries.
The Garth School
The Garth School currently have a sensory room that was created over 10 years ago. The equipment is used on a daily basis and is now in a poor state of repair. Many items have had to be removed completely and the room is now mostly used as a calming space for pupils.
The staff feel passionately about refurbishing this facility to provide a full sensory experience for pupils.
Chapel St Leonards
The closest libraries to Chapel St Leonards are in Burgh le Marsh and Skegness, both of which are six miles away. The school has no minibus thus makes visits extremely difficult to organise.
Our library moved from the old school hall into the hallway when the school building was renovated some years ago. This space is vast but we are in need of more furniture and immersive areas to revitalise and re-energise the library in order to engage the children.
We currently have around 2,000 books but the majority are old and need updating to match the requirements of the new National Curriculum.
ENGINEERING VOCATION PROJECT
Engineering has proved a popular vocational course at Woodlands Academy with a number of pupils going on to study Engineering/Mechanics at College, and/or securing Apprenticeships. The hands on/practical nature of the subject really supports our learners.
In order to run this project we rent a small unit near to the school. With the popularity of this course/subject rising, we would like to expand our provision in order to offer engineering opportunities to more pupils.
We are trying to raise funds to purchase a second hand vehicle and extra equipment.