A ticket costs £1 per week and all funds raised go directly to our school. Each ticket will also enter you in TWO draws:
The lottery is a fun and effective way to raise money to improve our school. But we need your help to make the lottery the best it can be, so please support the lottery today - and who knows maybe you'll be the next £25,000 winner!
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Welcome to The Canterbury Academy lottery. This lottery has been set up specifically to raise money and make a difference for our children by continuing to provide ‘as much as possible, for as many as possible, as often as possible’!
It's a great way to bring Parents, Carers, Teachers and the wider community together, in partnership with our school, and at the same time give something back. We hope to raise funds that can support and enrich the education of our children - we aim to provide extra resources for the children, improve the school environment as well as continue to provide opportunities, and support individuals, across our 4 pillars of academic success, sporting excellence, excellence in performing arts and excellence in practical learning.
The primary school is planning to paint new playground markings for break and lunch activities. At the Academy, we’re working on a student enterprise initiative to provide healthy breakfasts and looking at our outdoor school spaces to see how we can improve them for the wellbeing and enjoyment of our pupils. Our school lottery funds projects across the Academy that we would otherwise not be able to afford to do. Every ticket purchased helps us to improve life in school for our pupils. We’re working on putting the money raised last year to good use this year and will be sharing updates in our newsletter and via our website.
Your support is greatly appreciated and we wish you good luck!
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Mr J Watson - Executive Principal of the Canterbury Academy Trust