Thank you!

Here we pay tribute and say a massive thank you to all the wonderful individuals and organisations who have gone out of their way to support the vision and values of Peak School over the past 12 months.  This may be via giving up their time to help the school or by making a financial or ‘in-kind’ donation to our PTA in its fund-raising efforts.

We have had some extremely kind and generous donations from individuals and groups so far this school year.  

 We’d like to say thank you to the Yorkshire Building Society, The Bernard Sunley Foundation and Tesco Bags for Help for grant funding which supported the purchase and installation of our new playground equipment.  The new playground was really made possible, though, by a large grant gained from the Lords Taverners – a fantastic organisation which helps children and young people in many ways across the UK.   THANK YOU!!

Our immense gratitude also goes out to those kind people who have made individual donations.  Please be assured, your money makes a difference.

 

Our Christmas Fair 2018 was a success again, and we send our thanks to all the generous people who turned up to have a festive time playing the tombola, having a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie and meeting Father Christmas!  We raised approximately £1,400, which is the best total for years.  Thank you!

Our heartfelt thanks go to everyone who has been involved in fund-raising activities which  support our continual efforts to improve the facilities for our pupils. 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Every pupil can fulfil their potential within the unique PEAK curriculum, making learning motivating and relevant. This will be achieved through team work, dedication, patience and respect. We encourage our pupils, families and others to be involved every step of the way.

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