Changes to The Hub Webshop

A message to explain the recent changes to our webshop from

We’re really excited to announce the launch of the Spend and Raise eStores. Now you can raise even more funds for your charity, school, sports club or other not-for-profit organisation. Previously named Webshops, this service has been running for nearly 10 years, so you can feel confident that we know what we’re doing – we’ve helped over 12,000 not for profit organisations to date. The new key benefits of Spend and Raise are:

1) 6x more retailers than the previous site, giving you and your Supporters access to nearly 1,000 retailers.

2) Search for a product by price, retailer, product brand, popularity and category, so that you find exactly what you’re looking for without having to visit lots of retailers sites.

3) Supporters can create their own profile so that they can check their transactions through the site, and see their purchases on the list of ‘Latest Fundraisers.’ They can also sign up and log in with their Facebook account.

4) There’s a ‘Today’s offers’ area where you can find all the latest deals to save money.

The link to follow for the new store is,

Paralympic athletes visit S. Wynd


 On Monday 7th November we were delighted to have a visit by two local Paralympic athletes; Mike Kerr, who plays wheelchair rugby and James Clegg, a partially sighted swimmer. They were given a tour of the school and spent some time with the Hub children during their music and movement lesson. Afterwards, in the school library, a selection of pupils from P1-7 met with Mike and James to hear about their experiences as Paralympian athletes. The classes had already discussed what they wanted to find out and children had the opportunity  to ask questions about the athletes’ lives and in particular, about their sport and  training schedule.  After P5T presented them with their thank you cards and  SW Eco bags,  Mike and James very kindly signed all their Olympic autograph books. Thank you to parent, Mr Fraser for organising this visit.



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