StanleyPrimary School

Learning with Confidence Together

Voluntary Contributions

Please continue to support the School!

Over recent years the generosity of parents through parent donations has helped us provide a wide range of opportunities and activities for all Stanley children to broaden and enrich their education. From the new kitchen in the Pavilion to updating curriculum and classroom equipment.

With the increasing pressure on state school funding, parental contributions are vital. Parent Donations make a significant difference to our school and all children at Stanley. Parent Donations could help us fund additional learning resources, to support drama, sport and music for example.

Making a contribution

This is a great way to help your child’s education. The suggested contribution is £10 per month, per family. If any families are able to support us at a higher or lower level, all contributions are appreciated equally and the benefits are vast.

If you are not currently donating, you can make contributions on a monthly or annual basis, either by Standing Order or ScoPay. To set up a standing order please complete the Standing Order Mandate below, with your child’s name as the reference, and return it to us.

The School takes full advantage of the Inland Revenue's Gift Aid Scheme, to enhance the value of donations from parents. We are able to reclaim the basic rate of Tax, where applicable, we can increase the value of donations by 25%. We would encourage you to Gift Aid if possible, by completing the Gift Aid form below or via ScoPay, as the additional 25% makes a significant difference to the school at no extra cost to yourself. Gift Aid alone raised £2500 for the school last year!

We are extremely proud of our school community and grateful for parents’ continued support. We are always looking at creative ways to use the funds we do receive as effectively as possible.

We have limited Preschool places available for September 2024, to register your interest go to About Us / Admissions * * * * * If you have a safeguarding concern about a child please contact the Single Point of Access on 020 8547 5008