SAINSBURY ACTIVE KIDS VOUCHERS – 22nd February 2016

SAINSBURY ACTIVE KIDS VOUCHERS

Once again we are taking part in Sainsbury’s Active Kids 2016 and will be collecting for Sports and Food Technology equipment.

Active Kids vouchers can be collected from now until 3rd May 2016 at all Sainsbury’s supermarkets including Sainsbury’s Locals, petrol stations as well as when ordering groceries online. However please be aware that the vouchers look different this year depending on where you shop, so please look out for the vouchers when receiving your receipts/money off vouchers at the till. You will receive one voucher for every £10 you spend in Sainsbury’s Supermarkets (all printed on one voucher to hand in) and one voucher for every £5 you spend in Sainsbury’s Locals (individual vouchers like last year). Please ask your friends, relatives and work colleagues to collect vouchers for us.

Most importantly, please remember to donate your vouchers to us, they can be handed in via your child’s class teacher or placed in the box located in reception. We’ll need them by early May to enable us to count and order our new equipment in good time. There is a large selection of sports and cooking equipment available for us to choose from, and we will be very grateful for all the vouchers we receive.

Thank you in anticipation for your on-going support.

Yours faithfully

Jude Bowen

Headteacher

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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