Thank you to all parents, friends and families of Kingsley for all your hard-work and dedication to supporting our wonderful school.
If you have been fundraising for Kingsley and would like us to include information and photos of your efforts please email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Kingsley we were extremely lucky this year to be presented with a cheque for over £4000 from
one of our Duckling parents Chris Stevenson . He completed the London marathon and with the
help of some very generous sponsors including Finedon Buffs we were able to purchase some lovely
new sensory equipment for our sensory room. The sensory room is a very valuable learning space
for Kingsley children, the children have enjoyed the new comfortable rocking seating, the marble
wall, and the vibrating wedges that move to music, the lighted corner area and the lovely popcorn
tube that changes colour.
Another one of our parents Stefan Quemard raised £ 760 by completing the Brighton marathon.
This money will also go towards some new equipment for the school.
We really appreciate everyone that takes the time and effort to raise money for the school which
enables us to be able to give the children some extra experiences.
A MASSIVE thanks to Kirsty Jarvis for arranging a coffee morning in September to raise funds for Kingsley School. Promise of tea and home made cake on arrival encouraged the crowds. With her great effort the coffee morning, which included a tombola, plant stall, craft table and raffle (with prizes including a Haddonstone planter, hamper, fruit basket, vouchers for the Thai Garden, Frank Butchers, Lucy's Tea Room, wine, chocolates and much more), raised an amazing £1001!! This money is going to be used to improve outside play for her son in the ASD department! Thanks Kirsty!!
Dylan's brother Jack was a great sport when he did a Skydive to raise some money for Dylan's department. He threw himself out of a plane and in the process raised £460, which Barclays matched, to give us a fabulous sum of £920 to spend on some new playground equipment!
A HUGE Thanks from us all Jack!
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