Bousfield Primary School


Monthly Donations

Costs to the school are rising with each year that passes.  Keep Bousfield brilliant by supporting our income and enabling us to keep our creative and nurturing curriculum that our children love. 

Please help us to reach our goal by setting a regular donation via the link below.


If each family gave £20 per month, we could retain specialist staff, update our resources and keep our building fresh and modern.

 If you are a regular taxpayer, please add Gift Aid for FoB to receive 25% more.  Consider payroll giving or donation matching programmes if your employer offers these, as FoB can provide them with all the details.

Fundraising Events

FoB work hard to organise a range of social and fundraising events throughout the year and, in doing so, make an invaluable contribution to the life of the school. Help us to make a difference and buy the school cookbook and/or history book, shop on EasyFundraising, buy delicious cakes at the Friday after-school sale and participate in events like our biennial Art Auction in June and the Annual School Barbeque in July!

The Bousfield Cookbook

Bousfield CookbookThe Bousfield Cookbook is now also available in beautiful hardback as well as softcover format.  Quentin Blake illustrated the cover and the pages are brought to life by one of our amazing parents - who is also a professional food photographer!

Full of love, the Cookbook is full of recipes from families and staff, bursting with Bousfield vibrancy. There are also tea towels to match. For sale via the ClassList app for parents and also at Brownie Box in Earls Court

Bousfield Primary School: A History

Bousfield Primary School: A History BookWritten by two Bousfield parents who are also art historians, this is the first history of the school and its site where Beatrix Potter once lived.  It's a brilliant book with lots of archived photos, especially of the infamous Chamberlin, Powell and Bon design - now a Grade II listed building. An inside look at a real gem in Kensington and Chelsea...

Building a school on the site of Beatrix Potter’s London home and garden feels particularly special. The spirit of the witty animal characters she created and her love of children remain rooted in the school.

The book has been produced voluntarily and all proceeds will be donated to the FoB in its endeavour to enrich the education of the children.

Purchase of the book is available via the Classlist app for parents/carers and the Beatrix Potter Society.


EasyFundraisingMaking a donation through EasyFundraising is 100% secure and it’s free - they don’t take a commission on your donations or charge us for using their services so more of the money you raise comes to us.

You can also help us simply by doing your everyday online shopping and using Easyfundraising as you do so.

Participating big-name retailers include Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, ASOS,, eBay, Boden, and M&S, and we will receive a small donation from the retailer to say ‘thank you.'

Now there are two really easy ways to help us – by donating or by shopping. However you choose to help, we’ll be very grateful for your support.