Fundraising Schemes

School Lottery

Play the BSWCA School Lottery, support the BSWCA and the school – it’s that simple! Tickets for the lottery cost just £1 per week, with a top prize of £25,000! 40p from every ticket sold goes to the BSWCA, which is nearly twice as much as charities receive from the National Lottery. Put the fun into fundraising!

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A really easy way to raise money for the school – you just use the easyfundraising site to shop online with over 3,000 well-known online stores like Amazon, Argos and John Lewis. When you make a purchase the retailer sends us a donation, at no extra cost to you.

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Amazon Smile

Amazon Smile is another way you can help raise funds for us whilst shopping online at the world’s largest e-retailer. Shopping via Amazon Smile will donate up to 0.5% of the cost of eligible purchases to us.

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Twice a year we ask families to have a sort through and bag up any unwanted clothes, shoes and linens (amongst many other items) and bring them to school. 

This is weighed and collected by the Bag2School team who then give us a cheque.

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Uniform Labels

Uniform labelling is essential at secondary school. Stikins are a great, quick solution and ordering using our reference means the school will receive a donation. Alternatively, Stamptastic offer a uniform labelling stamp; again use our reference and the school will benefit. 

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Second-hand Uniform

Donations of good quality second-hand school uniform are always appreciated! We sell this throughout the year and raise money for the school, whilst providing a cost-effective solution for families to pick up some extra bits of kit. 

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We appreciate that everyone leads busy lives and can’t always support our events. However, you can still support the school via a one-off payment or regular donation by standing order. It can be for any amount and will be gratefully received. All funds are put towards “extras” for our children at school.  

Many organisations offer match funding where a company pledges to match a sum of money an employee has either raised or donated to a charity. If your employer takes part in such a scheme, we would be delighted to hear from you. 

Please contact our Treasurer at for further details.