The Ashcombe Trust
The Ashcombe Trust is a Registered Charity (No.800305) dedicated to improving the quality and range of opportunities offered to all Ashcombe students. The board comprises parents, staff and independent members.
What Have We Done
The Trust supports projects that fall outside the core educational budget but add greatly to the quality of the Ashcombe experience. In recent years, it has raised funds to help with the purchase of a lightweight disabled access minibus, a full refit of our music recording studio and the purchase of equipment including interactive whiteboards.
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What Do We Want To Do
The school has recently announced exciting plans for the redevelopment of the courts and grounds behind the Ranmore building. This project will greatly improve facilities for all our students and a 3-phased development will include the creation of an accessible outdoor space that can be used throughout the year, an outdoor canteen facility, and a resurfaced, multi-purpose sports area.
The Trust will be actively supporting the school and students to raise funds for the project, which has started with the very successful sponsored walk at the end of September (see our JustGiving page)
How To Get Involved
Become a Trustee: We encourage you to become actively involved in a rewarding and valued role as a trustee. We would welcome your ideas and input at our termly evening meetings.
Share your contacts: If you know of individuals, companies or organisations who might support the Trust, please let us know via the email address below.
Make a donation: It is easy to make a donation to the Trust and all of the money you give will directly benefit current and future students at The Ashcombe. You can donate via ParentPay or, if you wish to make a regular donation, please download the Gift Aid Declaration form and complete the Bank Standing Order Instructions section of the form. By Gift Aiding your donation we are able to claim an extra 25p for every £1 donated.
Thank you for your support
If you need help or advice about The Ashcombe Trust, please email us at: email@example.com