St Hilda’s CE Primary School

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Friends Of Saint Hilda's School

We are an enthusiastic group of parents who meet regularly to arrange after school events. Our main aim and driving force is to raise funds for the school to enable them to purchase equipment and other items the school budget wouldn’t normally allow such as ice creams at sport's day and a summer celebration party. We raise funds a mixed bag of things! 

Although, the main reason The Friends of St Hilda's (FOSH) runs is to provide extra funds to the school, it’s actually a great way to meet other parents and get involved beyond the school gates. We are always looking for new participants, and all support is always helpful and so gratefully received. 

We also organise a variety of events and activities eg discos. Each event a brilliant success which the children love and all three events raised a good amount of money. 

We frequently hold a second hand uniform sale. Members have been responsible for taking in uniform donations and reselling at a bargain price, which is excellent for parents and great for us to raise money, it’s a win win! 

We have a Facebook group for all parents and carers to join, which is super useful for locating lost property or finding out school trip times, spelling test days and generally connecting with other parents. The link is:

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We are also really keen to promote our easyfundraising! It’s a super simple way of donating money to the school and all parents, carers and friends of families can join. 

Easyfundraising turns your everyday online shopping into free donations, you shop as you would online and the retailers supporting easyfundraising make a small donation to say ‘thank you’. There are lots of retailers involved including, Sainsbury’s, Argos, M&S, Amazon and many many more! It’s really easy to use, either download the app or shop through - you can then login and search for our charity Friends of St Hilda's School.