Time Credits

Time Credits are run by Tempo (formerly Spice), a charity that started in Wales in 2008 and now works across the UK. The vision was that for strong, connected communities, everyone’s time was valued, therefore Time Credits networks was set up to help achieve that.

Time Credits are a way of recognising the amazing things people do in their communities. If you’re in an area where Time Credits work through giving time to your community, you can earn Time Credits, which you can then spend on hundreds of activities across the national network.

Everyone’s time is worth the same with Time Credits and, as well as spending them yourself, you can take friends or family with you, or give
them some of your Time Credits to spend themselves. There are lots of ways to earn Time Credits across your community, and hundreds of ways to spend them across the country. Have a look around their website for spending opportunities near you, and in other regions of the UK. You can find more about Time Credits at www.wearetempo.org.

School will run a number of different events where Time Credits can be collected. Please look out for these events on our newsletter.


It’s a lovely community. We all feel like a part of St Luke’s family. My child loves her teachers and knows other members of staff. It’s lovely to walk into school and people know my child’s name and always say hello to her, even teachers from other classes or Mrs Armistead.


I know when I drop my kids off they are happy and safe and they both enjoy their time in school.


Thank you for not only teaching my daughter but also caring for her. She’s really happy at school and is making great progress in all areas of learning.


The staff have been so supportive of my child with Special Educational Needs. They are amazing and it makes me confident that my daughter is well looked after and if she has any problems they will help.

Parent of a child with SEND

The Reception Open Day really showed the school in a good light. The Headteacher showed us round and knew all of the pupil’s names. All of the children we met were friendly and polite but more importantly they were all smiling whilst learning.

Prospective Parent

Teachers are very helpful, friendly and approachable

Pupil, Year 6