My Donate

School Fund has been combined with the charity arm of the school - KDRES (King David Religious Education Support). This charity provides funding for resources and teachers, additional to the Local Authority complement, who enrich the educational experience at Birmingham's unique King David School.

The funds are used to provide additional and highly targeted support and extra educational provision within school. It also supports the following:

* Annual concerts
* Special assemblies & events for all festivals, taking place almost every month
* Kitchen offering meat, fish and vegetarian kosher meals
* Outstanding quality teaching and leadership for our Limudei Kodesh group

The ethos of the school is brought to all children, regardless of religious level of observance, which builds a community atmosphere, and makes King David Primary School truly a neighbourhood style school in the heart of a multicultural city.

We ask all parents and supportive benefactors, to make voluntary contributions to the KDRES. This can be most easily done through our BT MyDonate page at: https://mydonate.bt.com/donation/start.html?charity=131487

At this page, you can make a one-off donation or set up a monthly regular payment. This site will also handle Gift Aid, adding extra value to your donation. The School needs your support - please contribute as much as you can. We ask families for at least £5 per week, but EVERY pound counts. Funds raised here enable much larger MATCHED funding through our Charitable appeals. Please share in the success of our appeal to support the richness of your Child's education with a monthly donation.

We would like to thank you in advance for supporting the King David School and maintaining its very special and unique ethos.

A sad loss

The school community have been deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mrs Angela Plotnek, who served as the Office Manager to the school for over 30 years, as well as being an active member of the PTA and terrific supporter of the school.

Given Angela’s love of sitting on benches, watching the world go by while on holiday, the school is making a collection to install a new bench in the children’s playground, in memory of her. If former pupils who knew Angela would like to make a contribution, please donate through this My Donate page, stating in the "My message" section that you wish to contribute to Angela's bench.