We would all like to create a future where admission to St George’s is based on a child’s ability to thrive here, and not on financial means. This would mark a transformational shift in St George’s commitment to our community – one that truly reflects the values that are at the heart of St George’s.
It’s a goal that will of course take many years to realise. But there is something that you can do right now. Our initial aim is to support 20 new Transformational Bursaries in addition to the 38 Transformational Bursary places we currently provide. To do so, we need to raise £3 million – and we are hoping that our Georgian Family will start that support today, with a gift to our 150 Bursary Fund.
“I made some of the most loyal, wonderful friends in my time there and we still see each other regularly, ten years to the date we met. The school gave me the confidence and freedom to explore my passions, develop academically and earn a place at a Russell Group University. I have no doubt that my experience at St. George’s has informed my life thereafter in more ways than I can count.”
“The constant encouragement I received to try new things and develop further skills is perhaps the most important thing I took away from my time at SGW. I can say without hesitation that without this I would never have had the confidence to start my own business or the versatility to make any progress in the modern startup world.”
“The gift of education is invaluable to young people such as myself and the impact a Bursary scheme can have on a student cannot be understated. If you are given the opportunity to receive such high-quality education, seize it, St George’s is undoubtably responsible for the person I am today.”
With the support of the Georgian Community, we can increase the number of transformational bursaries we offer.
With your support we can offer financial assistance to families through a St George’s Bursary.
Your donation will help fund the educational environment at St George’s; providing new buildings for learning or the modernisation of existing facilities and the grounds we all enjoy.
By supporting our Special Projects you are helping to broaden horizons and helping to enrich our curriculum through spiritual and educational projects.