Thousands of schools across the country are benefitting from a share of £2 million as part of our unique share of profits scheme.
The scheme sees a share of YPO’s profits given back to its public sector customers based on how much they spend on resources with YPO each year. The largest amount to be given back to a single school is in excess of £7,400.
Simon Hill, Managing Director of YPO, said: “Our Share of Profits Loyalty Scheme provides a welcome boost to schools, which in the current economic climate, are operating within tighter budget constraints. Through this scheme we are able to deliver added value, enabling funds to be reinvested where they are most needed – at the frontline of education.”
Harlesden Primary School in Brent is just one of the schools benefitting this year. Sarah Wawn, Deputy Head of Harlesden Primary said: “The scheme has been really fantastic for our school. We’ve recently worked with YPO to improve our classrooms and learning spaces. The share of profits really benefits our school, helping us to reinvest in resources for the school in the future.”
Since its introduction in 2011 the loyalty scheme has given back almost £10 million to YPO customers in the public sector.
More information on the loyalty scheme.