A group of Parents, Teachers, Students and Volunteers working together to fundraise on behalf of the school.


To provide funds to invest in outstanding facilities for the school. The first objective is the replacement of the All Weather Pitch.


The PTSV will be launching a variety of fundraising initiatives in the near future. Right now you can support by:
  • Shopping via Easyfundraising (use school link provided)
  • Buying boxes of PTSV mince pies from the school (December 2019 – £1 from every box is donated to the school)
  • Buying your Christmas Turkey from out special suppliers (December 2019 – £5 from Turkey sold is donated to the school)
  • Volunteering to help set up and run fundraising events and initiatives


Don’t forget, you can grab bargains and support the PTSV in its efforts to raise funds in support of the new all weather pitch simply by shopping via Easyfundraising. Use the link below:


PTSV Mince Pie Order Form

  • Festive Deep Filled Mince Pies £3 per box (Includes £1 donation to PTSV)
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY

Turkey Ordering

December has started and “It’s the most wonderful time of the year….”
This year you can combine the joy of Christmas dinner and support the Sandbach School PTSV all at the same time. The PTSV is the group of Parents, Teachers, Students and Volunteers who are working together to raise funds in support of the school – the first priority is the replacement of the all weather pitch.
All you have to do is order your delicious farm fresh turkey from Fields Farm in Sandbach and quote “Sandbach School” when ordering.
The PTSV will receive a donation of £5 for every Turkey sold.
You can order online (https://www.freshchristmasturkeys.com/) by email (fieldsfarmfresh@hotmail.co.uk) or simply call 01270 753074 – remembering of course to quote “Sandbach School”.
The collection day for Turkeys is Monday 23 December 2019 between 8am and 8pm at Fields Farm, Congleton Road, Sandbach, CW11 4TE.
Other reasons to order include:
  • These are locally reared turkeys
  • They live in barns enhanced with hanging CD toys and straw bales for turkey playtime
  • They are traditionally plucked and hand finished
  • They are reared ethically in large open barns with natural light
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