February 2021 - video update

December 2020 - A KSEF Bursary Student

This is a short clip of one KSEF’s bursary students, Gvantsa Gvazabia, a well rounded and enthusiastic musician who plays the piano, the violin, plays in the school’s string ensemble and sings in the choir.

A recent testimony from our first Student...

Dear Mr Eddis and the KSEF Trustees,

I am writing to express my gratitude for all you’ve done for me over the past 5 years. This has been a truly once in a lifetime type of experience that i have you to thank for. It’s been a long journey and rather arduous at times, however I am glad as the lessons I’ve learnt have made me into the man I am today. I would also like to extend my gratitude to Mr Magoo, Mr Robin BT and the amazing team who helped me during my time at King Edward’s. I wouldn’t have been able to enter this journey let alone complete it without all your help, thank you.

Kindest regards, AG.

About the KSEF

Established in 2007, Knightsbridge School Education Foundation (KSEF) is a registered charity which works closely with but entirely independent of KS. The Foundation’s objectives are the furtherance of education through KS and to promote such other activities connected to the advancement of education which are charitable.

In particular, our aims are to:

  • Provide scholarships and bursaries to talented pupils whose family financial circumstances would not otherwise enable them to attend fee-paying private schools
  • Assist in the building and development of further facilities at the School’s site and to assist with the procurement, development and use of ancillary facilities for sporting, artistic and other creative events for the benefit of the community generally

More generally, the Foundation will focus on promoting the personal development and education of people in the wider community. We will periodically review our activities to ensure we respond to the evolving nature of current needs.

If you would like to learn more, click here.

Contact us: valentina.pan@ksfoundation.org