Chairman's Update

KSEF has awarded 17 Bursaries since its inception.

At the beginning of the 2021/22 school year, KSEF will be supporting 4 to 6 pupils at KS. In addition, the KSEF is contributing towards the fees of 7 other pupils who have left KS.

KSEF continues to work closely with KS to find ways to broaden educational experiences for children in the local community. In these difficult circumstances, we are helping both Ashburnham Community School and Marlborough Primary School, both in Chelsea and only a short walk from KS, with basic needs for their home-learning.

To know more about what is going on at Ashburnham Community School, see our instagram story here..

The latest Chairman’s report from May 2020 is here.


KSEF's Priorities

The KSEF is seeking to build a fund that can support 4 to 6 bursaries per annum at the school, and also contribute to the students’ future schools funding.

Donations for current students are matched pound for pound by the School. Donations are also subject to tax relief.

The KSEF needs to generate £100,000 per year to cover current committed funding costs. However more funding is required to ensure we are able to maintain our students’ progress in future schools.

We expect the annual commitment to rise to as much as £250,000.

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