ANOTHER Hartlepool primary school has broken the 10,000 points barrier in our annual Shop for Schools scheme.
Supporters of Kingsley Primary School in town have been converting pounds spent in Middleton Grange Shopping Centre into points.
Kingsley has joined Throston, Ward Jackson and St Aidan’s primary schools who have all smashed the 10,000 points mark in the promotion which will help all schools and nurseries involved win new equipment.
The latest league table, published by Middleton Grange, shows Throston is still leading the way at the top of the pack.
But there is still plenty of time to support your chosen school as the contest runs until June 22.
A total of 30 schools and nurseries are taking part in this year’s competition.
And it is easy for shoppers to take part.
All you have to do is take your receipts from Middleton Grange stores to the mall’s information desk on the ground floor.
They will be stamped and returned to you complete with vouchers at a rate of one point for every pound spent in the shopping centre.
Then just drop them in the letter box for the school you want to support.
Anything spent over 50p will be rounded up in your points total to an extra voucher.
Double points are on offer on Sundays and the Mail will be printing a series of bonus point vouchers throughout the contest.
Do not be put off if your favourite school is not faring too well in the table.
Final point scores will be divided by school rolls so larger schools do not have an advantage over the smaller ones.
But as always, the more points your school collects the better prizes they will win.
The league table for this week is shown here.
St Peter’s (bottom)