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We’ve been nominated for the Working with Vulnerable Children Award 2019

We’re delighted to have been nominated for the Working with Vulnerable Children Award 2019!
29 Apr 2019
School News
We’re delighted to have been nominated for the Working with Vulnerable Children Award this year! 

The award, which is run by the Boarding Schools’ Association, recognises the commitment and significant contribution that schools like ours have made towards protecting and working with vulnerable children who are in their care as boarders. 

As a school, we have a strong belief that all children deserve the same opportunities and start in life and are proud to be able to support 85 Foundationers, providing them with the same educational and social opportunities and experiences as their peers. 

It is the success of past Foundationers that is the true testament to the value of the School’s work with vulnerable children. In recent years, Foundationers have gone on to accomplish outstanding personal achievements, securing places at some of the country’s top universities to study law and medicine.  Others have gone on to break cycles that have been entrenched in their families for generations.
 
The awards dinner will take place on the 8th May.
 
 
 
 

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