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There are a several easy ways to support us to raise much needed funds for the school.

Easy Fundraising

Help raise funds for Benington JMI School, Benington whenever you shop online! Use easyfundraising to shop with over 3,300 big name retailers including Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS – when you shop, you’ll raise a free donation for Benington JMI School, Benington every time, it’s that easy! ...

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 Another great way to support the school is to switch from using the amazon main site and we will receive a donation every time you shop with Amazon. Simply choose your cause to support as Friends of Benington School.

 Bags 2 School

Making money out of old clothes surely that is not possible ??

Well it is we have 3 collections from Bags to school per year of clothing and other textile materials so if you are having a sort out we need your donations.

There is a collection box on the playground near the green shed opposite the mobile classroom (Beech Class)

Simply pop your bags of unwanted clothing in there at any point and they will be collected at our next collection.

Check out the link to Bags 2 school to see what items they take and spread the word to neighbours friends and family the more bags we collect the more money we make.

Thankyou for your Support, FOBS

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FOBS is a registered charity ( Registered Charity No. 1067838 ) which aims to enhance the school's resources by raising funds for school equipment, activities and outings. Parents and teachers get together and organise social and fund-raising events throughout the school year. The events are varied and provide an opportunity for families to meet and have fun, whilst helping to support the school.

In recent years FOBS has provided the school with a wide range of resources for each classroom, IT equipment and have even been able to help with the cost of furnishing the new mobile classroom.

Currently we are raising funds to give the school the means to improve the library. The aim is to give children a more relaxing and comfortable environment in which to enjoy reading.

FOBS is a wonderful opportunity for parents and teachers to work together and improve the resources that will help our children develop.

New parents are always welcome to join and share any fund raising ideas. We are a growing school but are still relativity small so all support is always much appreciated.
If you are interested in coming along, see below for the date of our next meeting, or contact the school.


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Committee Members

Chairperson - Caron Jackson
Vice-chair - Neil Youngman
Treasurer - Sam Petty
Secretary - Guy Jaques & Rob Battell

Parent Reps

Acorn Class - to be confirmed
Willow Class - to be confirmed
Beech Class - to be confirmed
Oak Class - to be confirmed

We would like to welcome all new members and look forward to arranging more fundraising events this term.

As always any ideas, help and assistance, even if you are not on the committee, are always welcome.

If you would like any further information on any of our events or have any questions please speak to one of the FOBS members, your parent representative or email

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