We’re delighted to be supporting students now studying at universities across England – from Glasgow to Exeter, and most stops in between.
We’re pleased to be able to share our latest annual survey of Scholarship winners, which we hope helps describe the impact our Scholarships have on the students who win them. We can’t help but feel for the students who had to spend close to £100 on one textbook…. 2019 report
Below is a heartfelt thank you everyone who has supported us in 2018. We look forward to bigger and better things in 2019. Online thank you
Thanks to a wonderful past year, we’ve been able to support 102 Scholarships this summer, in 87 schools and colleges across England. You can see our growth in the dots on the map above (and compare to this time last year in our previous post). Thank you!
Measuring our impact Below is a link to a summary of our survey of Scholarship winners, showing just what sort of impact a £250 Scholarship can have. Thank you to all the students who took part – and donors who funded them. 2018 Survey summary
Here’s a map of where we’re awarding Scholarships this year – if you feel passionately about any of the gaps, please feel free to help us plug them!
Below is a short film outlining what we do and why we do it – thanks to David Hooper for bringing it to life. Do please take a look…..
Ever wondered who we help? Well, without giving too much away, above is a map of where we placed our 16 Scholarships in 2016. We aim for more dots in 2017…..
We’ve just mailed out packs for our first fifteen Scholarships! The roll of honour: Truro and Penwith College, Exeter College, Collingwood College (Camberley), William Bradford Academy (Leics), King Edward VI Handsworth (Birmingham), Queen Elizabeth’s School (Crediton), Matthew Arnold School (Oxford), Moulsham High School (Chelmsford), Midhurst Rother College (West Sussex), Newlands Girls School (Maidenhead) and Highdown […]
We have a lovely new infographic created for us by Siavush at The Research Academy (thank you!). You can see it here infographic