The Friends of Clyro School are a volunteer group of parents and teachers that support the school by raising funds for new equipment, school trips, web hosting, specific projects, and more. We also run events and activities to enhance the children's school experience. Everyone is welcome to be part of the ‘Friends’, if you're able to join in just get in touch.
Our aims for the 2023/24 school year
In addition to organising events, and the ongoing fundraising and funding activities, we've started a fundraising campaign to revive the wildlife pond and surrounding habitat in a neglected area of the school grounds and build a multi-use nature lab to support outdoor learning. We’re already in talks with the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust and have started a grant application for initial funding.
We’re also looking to further support 'Mighty Oaks After School Club', diversify the types of fundraising we do, and be more accessible to parents and others in the community and surrounding areas.
5 ways you can help to support the school
Enter the online school lottery for £1 a week. Guaranteed weekly winner, payouts happen automatically, a chance of winning the £25k jackpot, and all profits will go to the school!
Go to www.yourschoollottery.co.uk/play and search for 'clyro ciw' or use the QR code below to get started.
If you or anyone you know would like to make a financial donation towards our fundraising goals, no matter how big or small, please go to www.gofundme.com/f/friends-of-clyro-school or use the QR code below.
Shop online and the school will receive a donation. Simply start in the easy fundraising app, enter the website you want to shop from, and complete the purchase.
Go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/foclyro or use the QR code below to get started.
If you fill up at the Texaco in Clyro, ask for the points to be added to the Clyro school card. These points are traded for vouchers to buy new equipment for the school.
Get in touch
Mighty Oaks after-school club
Please support the new "Mighty Oaks After-School Club" which is part of the registered charity 'Friends of Clyro School'