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Reed’s School is an Independent boarding and day school of around 600 boys from 11 to 18, with a co-educational Sixth Form. Founded in 1813, it still maintains the vision of its Founder, Andrew Reed, by supporting around 70 disadvantaged pupils at the School.
For more information visit: www.reeds.surrey.sch.uk
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A Foundation Bursary Case Study: Meet James
James was introduced to Reed’s School by the Honeypot Charity. James does not appreciate his own potential but this is a reflection upon the demands placed upon him at home. His parents separated and his Father has a schizo-effective disorder that results in unpredictable and disruptive mood swings. His Mother has abdominal TB and is unable to work, manage the home or take James to activities. There is much wasted potential. James loves Mathematics and Art, and is very keen on sport. He likes the idea of boarding.
Testimonial from recent Reed's School Bursary Foundationer:
“As a Foundation student, I am particularly grateful for every day I have been at Reed’s, and thus have taken hold of every opportunity that has come my way. Indeed, the School allows opportunities for all, and it is inspirational to see how it still upholds Andrew Reed’s ideology. The visionary said, in his final will, that he wanted Reed’s School to be ‘open to all…without respect to sex, creed, place, or country’. Without this vision, some of us would not be here today, and would not have had the experiences and learning that we now all have the chance to achieve."