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Friends of St Hugh of Lincoln
Catholic Primary School
Summary of the Annual General Meeting Presentation
Monday 6 October 2014
registered charity (No: 1024178)
Treasurer’s Report and year-end accounts for 2013-14
Fundraising Review: profit is maximised by matched giving contributions
Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014
Treasurer’s Report and year-end accounts for 2013-14
Expenditure: Long term investment in KS1 playground equipment and continuing
support of regular items.
Year 6 Leavers
Party & Coach, £350
Xmas Parties &
Gifts, £216
Library Books,
Programme , £395
Text Service, £749
KS1 Playground
Equipment, £11,715
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Treasurer’s Report and year-end accounts for 2013-14
Balance Sheet (all figures in £GBP)
Bank Balance at start of the year
Total Income
Total Expenditure
Net Income
- 4,998.16
Total Funds carried forward
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Spend Forecast
Ongoing financial support & future funding requests. £6,640 required for 2014-15
Regular Items
Text Service
Library Books
Xmas Parties/Gifts
Year 6 Leavers
Mathletics license
Ad-Hoc Items
New National Curriculum Books for Class
Scooters/Trikes for YR
Games Tables for KS2 Playground
Goal Posts (2 x sets of 2)
New Tablet Technology*
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Classroom Technology
Why are we looking to increase technology in the classrooms?
(one class-set of 32 tablets )
New National Curriculum (Sep 2014) –
Children learn best when …
increased emphasis on research, for example
into the impact of individuals in their field: art,
science etc.
they are engaged with their learning
new subject of Computing to add to previous
ICT expectations
emphasis within drama and PE on evaluating
own performance
Children tell us …
they enjoy learning when they can ask
questions and can pursue their interests –
more self-directed learning
learning is personalised – the use of different apps
makes this possible
they can collaborate meaningfully
they create as well as consume
Classroom-based technology provides instant
access to information to enhance learning. It does
not replace the teacher, but adds to the repertoire
of teaching resources that a teacher can call upon
to use. It can help to bring learning to life in the
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Fundraising Activities 2014-15
Current planned activities expect more fundraising activities are required to support the
proposed expenditure. We also need Matched Funding and Sponsorship (see next page).
Autumn Term
Spring Term
Summer Term
Happy Bag Collection
Christmas puddings
YR coffee morning
Pantomime flyer bookings
Year 1 cake sale
Happy Bag Collection
Year 3 cake sale
Happy Bag Collection
Year 5 cake sale
Family Disco
Curry Night (TBC)
Christmas Crafts
Christmas Bazaar Donations Mufti
Christmas Bazaar Donations Mufti
Christmas Bazaar
Pantomime Performance
Year 2 cake sale
Quiz Night
Easter egg competition
Year 4 cake sale
Summer Fair Mufti
Summer Fair Mufti
Summer Fair
Happy Bag Collection
Ice Pop Fridays
Year 6 Cake Sale
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Sponsorship & Matched Funding
Maximising profits with minimal effort
Matched Funding
Do you know that many companies run schemes where staff raising money for
charity can get matched funding? (Friends is a registered charity)
In the past we have been supported by Vodafone and Barclays but other
companies also run scheme which may include: Alliance & Leicester, ASDA, BP,
BT, Camelot, DHL, Diageo, Gap, Halifax, HSBC, Kingfisher, Lloyds, & Shell
Please ask you employer if they support local charities via Matched Funding.
We’d love to hear from local businesses who would like to sponsor events and/or stalls e.g. quiz
night / bouncy castle hire for the Summer Fair.
In return, we offer a public thank you via notices on the day and the Friends newsletter.
Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014

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