St. Mary's RC School 100 Club
Help Support St. Mary's RC Primary School - Join the school's monthly lottery!
The 100 Club is a monthly school lottery, which helps raise extra funds for the school to enhance and provide additional equipment for the benefit of the children and the school.
The profits of the lottery are used to enhance and enrich the educational experience of the children at St. Mary's. This includes purchasing iPads, updating gym equipment etc. The funds raised are allocated by the Head Teacher.
Who can join?
Anyone - parents, teachers, grandparents, carers, godparents, friends and neighbours. The more numbers you have the greater your chances of winning. You do not need to have a child at the school or be affiliated to St. Mary's to join. We welcome new members from the local community and parish.
Annual payment of £52.00
Payment method: Cash / Cheque made payable to "St. Mary's 100 Club" / Standing order (monthly payment £4.33) see "Details for set up standing order" [PDF].
How to join?
Complete the application form and return the form along with the membership fee (cheque / cash) if have not set up a standing order, to the School office marked "100 Club" or give your application form to either Lisa Barker or Suzie Doig.
Draws are held each month (a month in arrears) at either a School Mass, a Class Assembly or held at the end of a 'Children's out of hours evening' held at school.
100 Club Rules and Regulations
The purpose of the 100 Club is to enhance and provide additional equipment / decoration for the benefit of the children and the school.
Payments are either a monthly standing order of £4.33 (to include Summer months) or an annual payment in cheque / cash of £52.00 (both equivalent to £1.00 per week). This amount buys you one number for our monthly draw.
All members are issued with a number, which they will keep for the duration of their membership. Failure to pay means their number will be withdrawn form further draws until payment is received. The draw takes place once a month (a month in arrears) at either a School Mass, a Class Assembly or held at the end of a 'Children's out of hours evening' held at school.
The 100 Club Society is run independently, consisting of three members: The head teacher, two society members and co-organisers of the club, Mrs Lisa Barker and Mrs Suzie Doig.
If you wish to discuss any queries please contact the school office.