Sevenoaks School Foundation

Sevenoaks School Foundation is a separate charity to Sevenoaks School and has independent Trustees, who include current and former parents and Old Sennockians. The Foundation was formed in 2004 to support the advancement of Sevenoaks School today and into the future. The Trustees work in close partnership with the school Governors and senior staff to determine strategic priorities. 

Over the past decade the Foundation has supported the development of outstanding new facilities for Sevenoaks School, including The Sennocke Centre in 2005 and The Space performing arts centre in 2010. 

These transformational changes would not have been possible without the encouragement, support and commitment of the entire school community; parents, students, staff and alumni.

The Campaign for Sevenoaks School

Credit: Helene Binet

Our current campaign is focused on our vision to continue to provide an exceptional Sevenoaks education for students, and to develop in them the knowledge, understanding and confidence to become successful, reflective and compassionate citizens of the world.

Thanks to the support of parents, alumni and staff, we have raised over £10 million towards the newly completed Science and Technology Centre and Global Study Centre and will continue to seek the philanthropic support of the school community to complete the Campaign for Sevenoaks School in 2019. 

Our other priority is to raise funds for our mission to widen access to a Sevenoaks education and increase diversity through bursaries for academically-talented students whose financial circumstances would prevent them attending Sevenoaks. The Foundation also supports three Institutes to maintain Sevenoaks' position at the forefront of IB education, and establishment of a Future Fund through endowment.

Find out more about The Campaign for Sevenoaks School

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 by the Institute of Fundraising's 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

Sevenoaks School Foundation