Sevenoaks School Foundation
Sevenoaks School Foundation is a separate charity that has fostered a school-wide culture of philanthropy since 2004. Every donation supports the school’s aim to provide a distinctive education that is broad, integrated, outward-facing and imbued with social purpose. The Trustees work in close partnership with the School Governors and senior staff to determine strategic priorities.
Sevenoaks would not be Sevenoaks without the encouragement, commitment and generosity of parents, staff and alumni. With their support, the Foundation has been able to invest more than £75 million in the world-class teaching, learning and living environments enjoyed by students, staff and the local community today: The Sennocke Centre (2005), The Space (2010), The Science & Technology Centre and Global Study Centre (2018) and Aisher House (2019).
Together, the Foundation and the school also provide 60 students with a full or partial bursary so that they can have the opportunity of a Sevenoaks education.
Sevenoaks School Foundation also administers the Old Sennockians programme for alumni of Sevenoaks School.
Sevenoaks School Covid-19 Appeal
Your donation to the Sevenoaks School Covid-19 Appeal will help to protect the health, safety and welfare of students and staff, provide hardship bursaries to students whose families are experiencing severe financial distress and safeguard full bursaries for academically talented students from low income families.
The legacy of the school’s founder, William Sevenoke, provided for the establishment of a school in Sevenoaks for all, irrespective of the ability to pay school fees. In this modern day crisis, we are steadfastly committed to maintaining access, as well as the health and safety of all current and future students.
Currently 60 students attend Sevenoaks School on bursaries funded, in large part, through the generosity of parents and Old Sennockians.
Together, we can continue to provide students with life-transforming opportunities through a Sevenoaks School education.
Sevenoaks School Foundation is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, the independent regulator of charitable fundraising. Being registered with the Fundraising Regulator means we are committed to its Fundraising Promise which outlines our commitment to donors and the public. The standards for fundraising are set out in the Code of Fundraising Practice. We are also active members of CASE and IDPE for their support and guidance.
If you have a complaint or concern about our fundraising, please click on the link below to read our complaints procedure Fundraising Complaints Procedure
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