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  1. Friends of St Hugh of Lincoln Catholic Primary School • Summary of the Annual General Meeting Presentation • Monday 6 October 2014 registered charity (No: 1024178)

  2. Treasurer’s Report and year-end accounts for 2013-14 • Fundraising Review: profit is maximised by matched giving contributions Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014

  3. Treasurer’s Report and year-end accounts for 2013-14 • Expenditure: Long term investment in KS1 playground equipment and continuing support of regular items. Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014

  4. Treasurer’s Report and year-end accounts for 2013-14 • Balance Sheet (all figures in £GBP) Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014

  5. Spend Forecast • Ongoing financial support & future funding requests. £6,640 required for 2014-15 Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014

  6. Classroom Technology • Why are we looking to increase technology in the classrooms? (one class-set of 32 tablets ) • New National Curriculum (Sep 2014) – • increased emphasis on research, for example into the impact of individuals in their field: art, science etc. • new subject of Computing to add to previous ICT expectations • emphasis within drama and PE on evaluating own performance • Children tell us … • they enjoy learning when they can ask questions and can pursue their interests – more self-directed learning • Children learn best when … • they are engaged with their learning • learning is personalised – the use of different apps makes this possible • they can collaborate meaningfully • they create as well as consume • Classroom-based technology provides instant access to information to enhance learning. It does not replace the teacher, but adds to the repertoire of teaching resources that a teacher can call upon to use. It can help to bring learning to life in the classroom. • Links with home … we already use Mathletics in school at home; we could make much better use of Fronter and other online resources. Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014

  7. Fundraising Activities 2014-15 • Current planned activities expect more fundraising activities are required to support the proposed expenditure. We also need Matched Funding and Sponsorship (see next page). Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014

  8. Sponsorship & Matched Funding • Maximising profits with minimal effort • Matched Funding • Do you know that many companies run schemes where staff raising money for charity can get matched funding? (Friends is a registered charity) • In the past we have been supported by Vodafone and Barclays but other companies also run scheme which may include: Alliance & Leicester, ASDA, BP, BT, Camelot, DHL, Diageo, Gap, Halifax, HSBC, Kingfisher, Lloyds, & Shell • Please ask you employer if they support local charities via Matched Funding. Sponsorship We’d love to hear from local businesses who would like to sponsor events and/or stalls e.g. quiz night / bouncy castle hire for the Summer Fair. In return, we offer a public thank you via notices on the day and the Friends newsletter. Friends of St Hugh AGM – Oct 2014