This page is to celebrate those companies, families and charities that have been working hard to raise funds for Kingsley School and to highlight the projects we are currently raising money for.
Visit our JustGiving Fundraising page (link below) for more information on our current projects and easy steps for individuals, companies or charities to donate directly or set up a fundraising campaign
Parent, carers, families and friends of Kingsley can fund raise whilst shopping. We are registered on the following websites where we are awarded a small percentage on every purchase made.
Use the links below to find more information and register.
We have 2 organisations that we need to thank for all their hard work over the summer holidays.
National Citizen Service – a huge thank you to Laura Hicks and her huge team of volunteers who did an enormous amount of volunteer work painting fences, weeding, pruning, replanting and cleaning out the greenhouse. They not only did the work but raised £160 to pay for all their resources and now the front of the school, around the bungalow and meeting room look absolutely brilliant.
Nationwide – another huge thank you to Lindsey Hawkes and her hardworking team that have funded and built us a wonderful allotment area on the top field all ready for our pupils to start planting up in the new school year. We greatly appreciate all their hard work and continued support for Kingsley School.
Nationwide Building Society Project Team took some time out of their busy schedules to come to Kingsley School to paint our gym. After the February holiday we returned to school to a fresh looking gym which now looks transformed following the laying of new floor covering and windows.
We would like to say a huge thank you to Lindsey Hawkes and her team for giving up their time.
But they are not finished; we are expecting the Nationwide team back in the future to create a new vegetable patch when the new playground area is finished.
Claire Little, who is a parent of a young boy who attends our Ducklings pre school group and also works at The Peacock pub in Kettering, organised a Halloween Party. The pub was transformed in to a spooky theme and staff voted for their colleagues to get gunged. Claire raised £961.00 for Kingsley School and this fantastic sum will go towards our current fundraising project of creating 4 new Autism classrooms.