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The London School Trust

The London School Trust is an officially recognised Charitable Trust established in the name of the school. It supports educational and cultural activities in the UK and around the world.

Read about some of the projects that we have supported:

Soul Bilíngue

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Jellyfish Theatre

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James Chen's volunteering

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The Refugee Council

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These are some of the activities which might be supported by the Trust:

  • educational scholarships at the school
  • individuals on programmes of education and training elsewhere
  • facilitating work experience (for example supporting an intern who would not otherwise be able to support him/herself)
  • the supply of trainers to projects abroad
  • the supply of materials or equipment to projects or organisations, inside or outside the UK
  • other educational activities inside or outside the UK.
  • cultural and artistic activities in the UK and abroad
  • competitions, events, workshops and productions

We warmly welcome partnerships with other organisations active in these areas and will be happy to work together with them in order to achieve the Trust’s objectives.

Objectives of The London School Trust, Registered Charity Number 1156467

1.    To advance the education of the public by the teaching of the English language to international students.

2.    For the public benefit, to support and promote education in such ways as the charity trustees think fit, including

2.1   Awarding scholarships, maintenance, allowances or grants tenable at any university, college or other institution of education or training (including The London School of English), work experience, internships or any other way of learning or developing experience.

2.2   Providing education or training in any field, supporting travel in furtherance of that education or helping to prepare for entry to any occupation, trade or profession.

2.3   Supporting the work of individuals or institutions engaged in offering education or training.

3.   To advance the arts, for the public benefit, by supporting artistic and cultural activities and events, including supporting individuals engaged in such activities, both in the UK and overseas.

For more information about the Trust and its objectives, and to discuss partnerships, please contact [email protected]