Alder Bridge School

Alder Bridge Steiner School, which includes two kindergartens, is set in beautiful, semi-rural surroundings on the canal at Aldermaston Wharf. The only Steiner-Waldorf school in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, North Hampshire and Buckinghamshire, it follows the educational principles of Rudolf Steiner, teaching according to the child's stages of development, nurturing the whole child - physically, intellectually, spiritually and socially. The teachers work according to the rhythms of the day, the week, the year and the rhythms of nature, encouraging in the children a sense of security and anticipation from which confidence and contentment stem. Central to the children's education is experiential learning, with each child learning at an unhurried pace.

Our children leave Alder Bridge at the age of 13 ready for the wider world, with inner confidence, balance and maturity, and with a sense of social responsibility. Many go on to achieve exceptionally within mainstream education.

Alder Bridge is an inclusive school, which welcomes children from all social, cultural and financial backgrounds. The supportive school community is one of its greatest gifts, with each of us aware that we are involved in an outstanding vision of education and learning.

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Brighstone CE Aided Primary School

Brighstone CE Aided Primary is a welcoming, friendly, healthy, active School, set in the heart of the village, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the South West Coast of the Isle of Wight.

Our Vision:

We aspire to inspire everyone to be the best they can.

We aim to provide innovate learning opportunities in a forward thinking environment, where all are prepared to embark on the future challenges with excitement and confidence.

A unique Christian community which lays strong foundations and values lifelong learning. Our caring ethos enriches the extended Brighstone family, nurturing and stimulating dreams. As the heart of the community, we endeavour to foster love, respect and responsibility and reach out into the wider world.

One song, many voices

'A small school where big things happen.'

Our Christian values:

At Brighstone Primary School we value:

  • Friendship
  • Forgiveness
  • Compassion
  • Humility
  • Perseverance
  • Hope
  • Service
  • Spirituality

Our School is highly regarded and recognised for its excellent standards and stimulating environment. Ofsted - 2012.

We combine a caring Christian ethos with creative learning. The School's Christian foundation is promoted and enhanced with its special relationship with St Mary's Church, Brighstone.

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Classrooms for Malawi

Classrooms for Malawi believe that education is the most effective and sustainable route out of poverty. To alleviate poverty through education, we provide young people in Malawi with the opportunity to attend school in a safe, clean, and friendly learning environment.

We construct and repair education facilities in areas of highest need in collaboration with local communities, to provide an environment conducive to effective learning. There are an estimated 41,000 classrooms required to enable all children to learn indoors, almost all schools in rural Malawi carry out most of their learning outdoors.

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Friends of Sandside Lodge

Sandside Lodge is a special school catering for pupils aged between two and nineteen who have a statement of Special Educational Needs or Education Health and Care Plan.

All our pupils have learning difficulties and many have additional and complex needs such as autism, physical disabilities and sensory impairments.

We are a UNICEF Rights Respecting School Level 2. Pupils are taught that they have a role, a place and a voice in all things they do.

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Kettering Sea Cadets

My name is Capt Marc Pether RMR and I am the Commanding Officer of the Unit here in Kettering supported by a dedicated and hard working team of training staff and parent supporters.

Our Unit's Training Ship name is 800 Naval Air Squadron SCC. We proudly took our name from the fleet air arms 800 NAS, the last fixed wing squadron in the Royal Navy when they were decommissioned in 2011.

The aim of our Unit is to ensure cadets enjoy attending and participating in various activities acquiring life long practical skills to take forward in life with a sense of self discipline and pride.

We are very proud of our Unit and work hard to make it a place where young people can achieve their full potential but, most of all, to have fun in a safe and friendly environment.

Your support will give us a life stream of funding for as long as you and other members support us. Every penny we receive will go towards running the Unit, from buying boats, band equipment, stores, running the mini bus, paying for electric bills and the Unit's maintenance. Effectively everything we need to deliver that life-changing experience for all of our cadets.

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Marine Society and Sea Cadets

Thank you for supporting Sea Cadets. We really appreciate your help in changing young lives.

Sea Cadets enables young people aged from 10 to 18 to expand their horizons. Experience has shown that being part of a team and pulling together to navigate Britain's coastal waters enables a young person to find new confidence and reach new heights. The sense of self-belief it encourages lays the foundations for future successes.

By playing our lottery you will be changing young lives.

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Oban High School

Our charity is Oban High School Parent Council run by volunteers. We raise funds events for pupils and the school. This past few years we have been raising funds and obtaining grants to buy a mini bus. The bus will be used for pupil trips and our Learning Support Department who use it regularly for outdoor learning experiences.

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Royal Air Force Charitable Trust

The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust's mission is to promote the Royal Air Force, to support its people now and into the future and to encourage air-mindedness and the aviation-related education of youth.

This will be achieved, primarily, through:

The staging of the Royal International Air Tattoo, the Royal Air Force Concerts and other similar activities, and the giving of grants to satisfy the Trust's objectives.

Despite being the youngest member of the Royal Air Force family, the Charitable Trust has had a significant impact on the lives of many people.

Its strength lies in its ability to support such a wide range of projects and initiatives benefitting RAF serving personnel, young people and veterans.

The Trustees award grants to those people and projects that they assess to be most worthy of financial support and most closely aligned to their charitable objectives.

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Save the Skymaster

Save the Skymaster is not just about returning this iconic aeroplane to the skies where she belongs, it is about so much more. It is about reaching out and touching the lives of War Veterans teaching them life skills by working alongside our Engineers. In doing so, they are better equipped to find a job. Not only this, but by working as a team at the Skymaster they are able to recapture the comradeship they once enjoyed in the military whilst giving them a very real purpose in life. Many are feeling lonely and isolated with the pandemic exacerbating this further and Save the Skymaster wants to play a role in their recovery and rehabilitation. 

Also - we are giving Engineering students the opportunity to complete their internships which were lost because of the pandemic. There are quite a few Universities interested in participating with us, with Standead Airport College being the main one. The students will be given the opportunity to learn many disciplines including electronics, mechanics and generally getting to grips with the aerospace and aviation industry in a practical way. At Save the Skymaster we aim to focus on the curriculum of these students around the STEM syllabus - Science, Technology, Electronics and Maths. 

The Skymaster 56498 has been a decade of hope throughout the decades and it is abundantly clear that her future will mean just this for many others, so vitally needed in these dark and turbulent times. We need you help though to help others and make this a reality. 

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St Mary's PTFA

St Mary's PTFA exists to provide a closer less formal link between home and school. It is an excellent way to bring staff, parents and friends together, socially and in support of the school.

Much of our effort is focussed upon fundraising activity and this additional revenue is always put to good use throughout the school.

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University of Cambridge Veterinary School Trust

Camvet is a small charity dedicated to raising funds for the Queen's Veterinary School Hospital in Cambridge. The hospital runs on a not-for-profit basis, so our goal is to fund essential equipment and facilities for diagnosing and treating the many thousands of animals referred for care. In addition, we provide equipment to help teach the veterinary students and support several Clinical Training Scholar posts. Every donation, no matter how large or small, really does make a huge difference to our animal patients.

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YCC Yorkshire Children's Centre

YCC Yorkshire Children’s Centre

Join the YCC lottery and you can help give children and young people opportunities for a better life now and in the future.

YCC is a regional charity that works with vulnerable and disadvantaged children, young people, and their families within Kirklees and surrounding areas.

Improving lives and inspiring change is at the heart of everything we do, and our mission is to deliver the best possible outcomes for young people through four interwoven strands of activity – providing education services and facilities, building healthy relationships, promoting health and wellbeing, and improving employability skills.

We listen, we respect, we include, we empower, we care. And through the work that we do, we aim to make a positive and lasting difference for the people we support.

You can support us by joining the lottery and remember you will also be in with a chance to win £25,000.

Thank you for your generosity, and Good Luck.

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