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Current Fundraising Activities

 Thank you to the following companies that have generously contributed to the raffle and the school.

Alexandra Park Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Mathnasium Muswell Hill

Beauty Atelier Salon

James Mott Tennis

Cup Tales

Caroline Gardner

Tesco

Get your St Martin's coffee!

The Friends of St Martin's have signed up to Curb Coffee Collective, meaning you can now get your very own St Martin's blend and raise money for our school at the same time!

Sign up here: https://www.curbcoffee.co.uk/product-page/st-martins-brew-250g

   

Movement for Good

 

Every year, the Benefact Group of Insurers runs Movement for Good, in which they donate £1000,00 each to a range of charities – including school PTAs!

 The more nominations we have, the better our chances of winning so please do click on the link below to nominate us, or see our Facebook group for more details.

 https://tinyurl.com/c98vjpyr

 Thank you.

 

 Pringles Tubes/Ferrero Rocher Recycling

                                       

           We are part of Terracycles' scheme for recycling Pringles tubes.               This is a great way to keep waste our of landfill and raise funds                 for our school.  Please put empty Pringles tubes (Just the tubes                 please, not the plastic lids) into the grey wheelie bin.

            Our first shipments of Ferrero Rocher packaging have been sent               off!   This scheme keeps more waste out of landfill, raises funds                 and shows that we're an eco school.  Please put any packaging in             the GREY wheelie bin by the garage and spread the word if you                 know anyone who eats Ferrero Rocher.

 

 

 Our Big Blue Bin 

Huge thanks to everyone who has been filling up our fabric bin! All clean fabrics can be put in the bin apart from rugs, duvet and pillows (duvet covers and pillow cases are fine).  There is a handy list of dos and don’ts on the side.  We’ll be arranging our next collection very soon.

 The clothes are sold wherever the market pays the best price – good condition clothes are sold second-hand in the UK and abroad.  Other fabrics are reused as dust sheets, rags and filling material.  More info is on the Kids Just Recycle website at 

https://kidsjustrecycle.co.uk/

 The bin will help us raise money for the school and to help us all be more green by sending less fabric to landfill.