How you can help

There are 3 ways you can help the PTFA:

1. Join the PTFA Committee

2. Volunteer at events

3. Support the events by attending & participating

We always need more help, enthusiasm and exciting new ideas!

It is not a closed committee; anyone can join us at any time!

You can also get in touch with the PTFA via email:


How you can donate

It’s great fun getting involved with our PTFA events to raise money for our school, but if commitments prevent you from taking a hands-on approach, you can still contribute to vital funds needed to purchase extra equipment and resources. Alternatively, you could enlist the support of friends or relatives to any of the schemes below.

Yellow Moon

Yellow Moon is a website full of educational toys and craft materials for imaginitive play. Not only is it a one-stop-shop for all things crafty and creative for your kids, but it runs a fundraising scheme that gives back up to 20% of the order total to our school.

To find out more, visit

Just insert the following code when you order, to guarantee fundraising proceeds for the school: SOA10483


easyfundraising offers an opportunity to raise money for our school at no extra cost to you. Whenever you make online purchases from participating stores (including John Lewis, Whitestuff, Fat Face, ACHICA, Game, Boden, M&S, Boots, Next, EBay, Sainsburys, Sports Direct, Body Shop) a up to 5% donation will be given to the school.

It’s really easy to use:

1) Go to

2) Click on ‘I want to support a good cause’ and choose St Ursula's E-Act Academy.

3) Register your name, email address and make your own password.

You can either shop through by choosing the retailer and making your purchase, or you can set up ‘find and remind’, which causes a yellow bar to appear on your screen every time you shop on a website that donates a percentage through (which is great as you’ll never forget to register your donation)

You're now raising money for our school! Next time you shop online, sign into and shop away.


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