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Three lucky schools win big with ReachMoreParents by Weduc

Thursday, 13 June 2024 by Weduc

Weduc has announced the three school winners of its school communications survey prize draw: Nicholas Postgate Catholic Academy Trust, Middlesbrough; Chater Infant School, Watford; and Broadstone Middle School, Poole.

Weduc created the survey to conduct market research into the obstacles schools face when it comes to reaching and engaging parents. Schools who completed the survey were then entered into a prize draw to win one of three £2,000 cash prizes.

"As a small but rapidly growing school communication specialist, everything we do aims to benefit schools, their pupils and their communities. At a time where a lot of schools are struggling financially, it has been a genuine delight to be able to give back more directly and provide the winners with £2,000 to spend without any funding restrictions! ", says Rob Pointen, CEO at Weduc.

Rob Pointen and Richard Thomas, Chief Revenue Officer at Weduc, visited the schools to give them their prize and discuss how each school plans to spend its money.

Chater Infant School, WatfordCharter Infant School, Watford

Chater Infant School in Watford, a primary school that caters specifically for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), has said the £2,000 cash prize has come at a great time as it will be using it towards a sensory room it has been fundraising for. “We are absolutely delighted to have received a cheque for £2,000 following Miss Arnott's recent winning survey feedback. This money will go towards our children's sensory cabin. Well done Miss Arnott!”

Nicholas Postgate Catholic Academy Trust, MiddlesbroughNicholas Postgate Academy Trust, Middlesbrough

Nicholas Postgate Catholic Academy Trust in Middlesbrough said it plans to use the £2,000 for some new playground equipment or to make sure that all children can go on the school trips, to create lasting memories for the children.

Broadstone Middle School, PooleBroadstone Middle School, Poole

And Broadstone Middle School in Poole commented that it will be using the £2,000 on new lunchtime equipment for all pupils to enjoy.

Weduc runs its School Communications Survey Prize Draw every year, so look out for the prize draw launching at the start of 2025 to ensure you are in with a chance of winning next year!

Weduc is the provider of the best in class school communications software ReachMoreParents, For more information, click here.

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