Bell Baxter High School
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Shop ‘Til You Drop for Bell Baxter
Don’t forget to use for online purchases and the chance to raise funds for Bell Baxter.
By directing your internet purchases (including your weekly grocery shop) through the Easyfundraising website, your favourite retailers and supermarkets will donate a percentage of your sale to our school’s Easyfundraising account. There is no extra cost to you and over 3,000 of the UK’s largest retailers are partners of the scheme.
Visit to participate and follow the simple instructions.
Our very own lottery, the 500 Club, continues to award around £50 per month to lucky Bell Baxter parents and staff.
Costing just £12 a year, the 500 Club gives you the chance of winning cash prizes very month whilst raising money for the school. The 500 Club raises over £1,000 a year for school funds.
With over 2,000 parents and staff associated with Bell Baxter, we could still have many more participants - the more people who sign up, the bigger the prizes and the more money we can donate to the school.
So, why not sign up now? Download a copy of the mandate form today and return the completed form to the school.
The Parent Council leads fundraising events to allow the group to continue to support and contribute to whole school initiatives. If you would like to help with our fundraising then please come along to our meetings.
Christmas Winners at Bell Baxter
Christmas came early for several Bell Baxter families, as winners of the Parents’ Evenings raffle organised by the Parent Council received their prizes. Top prize, a hamper brimming with festive goodies, was won by Marcus and Louise Dinsley, and a runner-up ‘pamper hamper’ was won by Katrine Voigt. Contributions for these hampers came from members of the Parent Council, Quaker Oats, and local supermarkets Tesco and The Co-op.
There were also several other smaller prizes donated by local businesses and were won by parents as follows: The Falconer Family (Royal Yacht Britannia passes); Jane Heppenstall (Maisie and Mac voucher); Liz Gibson (The Chamomile Room voucher); Leigh Sanderson (Howe of Fife Cafe voucher) and Nicola Stalker (Kettle Produce voucher).
Not to be overlooked, families of second and third year pupils, who have their parents’ evenings in February and March, will have their own raffle - with a chance to win a Scottish Hamper, as well as a varied selection of runner-up prizes.
The Parent Council thanks all parents and staff who participated in this year’s raffle, as well as the local businesses who donated such generous raffle prizes.
Photo (left to right) From the Parent Council: Mandy Bateman (Treasurer), Karen Brown (Chairperson); Louise Dinsley (Winner), Mr Black (Rector).