TTS Launches New Parent Catalogue Fundraising Scheme

Educational resource supplier, TTS, has launched a new Parent Catalogue fundraising scheme for primary schools and early years.

The catalogue, available in September, will offer parents/carers hundreds of products not typically found on the high street – resources with real educational value and that help to make learning at home fun. Schools/settings see the catalogue as a great way to help parents/carers support their child’s learning at home, whilst strengthening parent partnerships.

The scheme is very easy to administer. Schools/settings simply sign up at www.tts-shopping.com/fundraising (now open) and request the number of catalogues required. Catalogues will be sent to schools/settings in September to hand out to supporters.  Parents/carers will place their orders all year round via a dedicated website and TTS will send them their goods direct, making this scheme hassle free. Based on order values TTS then send schools/settings a voucher up to three times a year to spend on their fantastic range of indoor and outdoor educational resources.

Products in the Parent Catalogue will, where appropriate, reflect the primary curriculum and EYFS framework, helping parents to understand their educational value. Ideas for using the products at home will also be given.
TTS have a depth of educational expertise and develop many products inspired teachers and practitioners. “There are lots of toys and games available on the high street, but we don’t want to offer more of the same”, commented Cath Jeffrey, Deputy MD at TTS. “The products in this catalogue will be thoughtfully selected to help parents and carers support their child’s learning at home and will have sound educational value, as well as being fun to use.”

For further information go to www.tts-shopping.com/fundraising or contact:

Janette Ward, Marketing Manager, TTS Group
DL: 01623 726801,
E: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

 

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