There are many ways you can help support the PTA in raising money for the college. We’ve all got busy lives and pressures on our time so here are a few easy ways that you can help.
Win a monthly cash prize and help raise money for Oathall.
Half the jackpot goes on First and Second prizes; half funds school projects.
Draws will happen once a month, October to July. Join in at the start of the school year, or, if you miss the beginning, join in later and we’ll simply enter you for the next ten draws. Buy in multiples of £10, e.g. if you spend £40, your name will be entered 4 times in each month’s draw.
Payment will be via ParentPay, OR an annual standing order OR a cheque into school made out to ‘OPTA’.
This draw will be run by OPTA under the MSDC Small Society Lottery rules.
- It replaces the present ‘500 Club’. Parents who currently have a standing order for the 500 Club do not need to do anything and will automatically be entered into the lottery.
- There will be no paper tickets. A new Oathall Lottery computer programme picks the winners at random.
- For more information please check links or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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