A big thank you to all the organisations/charities that have supported our school
A huge thank you to the National Lottery Community Fund who have awarded us £73,000 to help fund our Holiday club and Saturday Stay & Play sessions over the next 3 years.
Thank you to the lovely people at Circus Starr, who have once again kindly donated tickets to our families for their fantastic additional needs friendly circus. They are an all-human, animal-free circus. They have an amazing Changing Places toilet facility to make life easier for managing personal care when visiting the circus. They even have a ‘Show and Tell’ app which helps to prepare children with autism for their show. https://www.circus-starr.org.uk/
We raised £56 for Comic Relief during our ‘Wear something Red’ event. Thank you to all those who donated!!
A huge thank you to Broken Ring Wrestling.
They are holding a wrestling event in the newly refurbished St Georges Hall in Bradford at the end of March to raise funds for our school. They also kindly donated some tickets for our families to be able to attend; these have now all been allocated.
We are excited to tell you about our fundraising partnership with the Co-op.
The Co-op Local Community Fund has generously agreed to help High Park School’s fundraising efforts over the next 12 months. To find our more about how you can raise funds for our school whilst you are shopping please click on the link below.
Some of the profits from 3 of our local Co-op stores (High Park Drive and Duckworth Lane Co-ops in Bradford 9 and the Co-op on Allerton Road, Bradford 15) will be shared between 3 charitable causes including High Park School.
Please support our fundraising by taking out a Co-op membership (cost £1, one off purchase to become a shareholder), shopping in store or purchasing Coop services, then nominating High Park School as your chosen charity.
Encourage all your friends and family to nominate High Park School too. Even better you can shop at other Co-op stores and still nominate High Park.
The grand total raised so far is £1,233.81 (as of 13th March 2019) but as this amount changes every time someone shops in one of these store please use the link below for an up to date total!!
We are asking for volunteers to put on their walking boots and taking part in the Long March in April 2019. If you feel that the 26 mile walk might be a little tricky you can also support by becoming a marshal to cheer our walkers on or you can donate on our Just Giving fundraising page. .Please follow the link below if you want to support us. Click here to visit our JustGiving page
Please support their tremendous efforts again by sharing the page with friends and family and asking them to donate.
Aspects Holidays generously donated a week’s holiday in one of their cottages in Bude, Cornwall as a raffle prize to raise funds for our school.
A big thanks to the Foyle Foundation who recently donated £5000 towards our family ‘Stay and Play’ sessions (RECREATION project). This fantastic donation has helped us to continue our Saturday and holiday Stay and Play sessions which are open to all our families. To find out more about the great work this charity do please click here.
We were very excited when our new road safety equipment arrived thanks to a donation from the West Yorkshire police who donated £4077.24 via Proceeds of Crime Act grant. The equipment purchased included specialist bikes, role play traffic signs and even some dressing up clothes to help us practice our road safety awareness during our cycle club sessions in our car park.
A generous grant of £15,000 from The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund has enabled us to provide a subsidised holiday club during school holidays. It has also allowed us to extend our Sibling sessions to become Family ‘Stay and Play’ sessions, which are held one Saturday per term, for our families to come into school and explore our provision as well as providing a great opportunity to talk to each other whilst their children can safely play.
Thank you to our friends at Sainsbury’s Argos for their kind donation of £100 towards the cost of a new display screen in Ash Base.
Thanks to an amazing grant of £3500 from the Freemasons of Yorkshire, West Riding we have been able to purchase some equipment for our Discovery Room; a multi-sensory experiential learning environment.
We are a healthy eating school and promote healthy choices in our morning snack and at lunch time. We are really pleased to announce that we have received £1,000 from Kellogg’s to enable us to provide a healthy breakfast/snack for our pupils each day when they arrive at school.