Fundraising for St. James Primary School

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Friends of St James is a fundraising committee that encourages parental involvement with the school and community whilst raising money for Audlem St James School.

To date money raised has been used to purchase computer equipment, white boards, library and reading books, musical instruments and playground equipment.

This year, Friends are looking to raise money towards a new internet lease line, new books, visits from Theatre Companies, Zoo Lab and workshops to raise awareness of SEN.

Join easyfundraising and you can collect free donations for us every time you buy something online. It won't cost you a penny extra so please help us to raise funds.

Take a look at the Easy Fund Raising website by clicking here

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