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Schools and the trust central team work hard on fundraising all year round to help pay for the broad range of extra-curricular activities free to all pupils, to boost individual pupils’  progress with their sporting or artistic achievements, to donate to the trust’s chosen charity each year and to support charities local to our schools. Any donations, however small, and/or any CSR time from companies will be very gratefully received. Please contact

Sports and Arts Fund (SAF)

SAF was set up in 2018 for all pupils in Years 3 to 13 in the Trust to apply for support in funding extracurricular interests which they have already pursued for some time.

We operate three windows of applications each academic year, one per cycle. Each round of applications has proved very successful and revealed some inspiring pupils who have already invested heavily in pursuing passions such as competitive ice skating, track and field, motorcross, taekwondo and learning musical instruments.

Challenge 26

Every April a School or Trust leader runs the London Marathon on behalf of the Trust’s chosen charity. Established as a Proud Tradition in 2017 by Ange Tyler, the challenge has now been completed by two school Heads and a PE lead for the Trust. This year Ray Ramsay, the Trust’s senior accountant, will be running for Get Kids Going!

Inspired by the 26.2 miles of the marathon, schools will be take part in Challenge 26. Students set themselves a sporting challenge involving the number 26. Examples of previous challenges include rowing 26 miles, doing 26 star jumps each day for 26 days, running a 26 mile relay, etc. The challenges can be completed by individuals or in groups.


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