FAQs 2018-03-30T12:16:44+00:00

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We’re sure you have lots of questions. We endeavour to answer them all here.

We use PayPal for all our transactions but you do not need a PayPal account to donate. If you do not have an account, just select ‘Donate with a debit or credit card’ in the PayPal window. Please remember to check the Gift Aid box!
Your donation will go into a ring-fenced Warnham School PTFA bank account. Each donation will be linked to the specific item it was donated for.

Recurring donations are a wonderful way to support Warnham CE Primary School. Each month the recurring donations will be put towards the most needed items. When setting up your recurring donation, you are able to decide on the frequency of your donations; Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Annual. Please remember to check the Gift Aid box! If you do not already have an account, PayPal will prompt you to create one. This is a very simple process and will only take a minute.

If you wish to cancel your recurring donation you just need to follow these simple steps:

Login to PayPal – click on Settings – click on the Payments tab – click on Manage Pre-approved Payments – select Warnham School Wishlist – click Cancel

No, all donations will remain anonymous to the public.

We will purchase the item as soon as humanly possible!

Yes! Initially check with the class teacher, alternatively the office can find out from the PTFA

Please let us know by completing the contact form. We’re always looking for the best deal possible.

We have tailored the website to the specific needs of the classes and class teachers requests. We are able to track all the donations and keep on top of what items have been purchased and which are still to be bought. Donating via the website also allows us to benefit from Gift Aid.

We are continuously reviewing and updating the wishlist. If it looks like a target will not be met via donations through the website, the PTFA Committee may decide to make up the shortfall from their fundraising efforts. If this does not happen, we will contact you to discuss alternatives.

We took advice on this from an independent technology expert. They said buying refurbished laptops and desktops is a good idea, but would recommend buying new iPads. The reason for this is that hardware issues in tablets are very difficult to fix as access is highly complex. With the history of refurbished tablets unknown, it is wiser to spend the money upfront on new tablets to avoid expensive issues later down the line.

Do you know a school that needs its own Wishlist?
Visit our website at www.ourschoolwishlist.co.uk or call us on 0203 092 5909