The AHS Fund helps us to enrich the curriculum and develop the school's facilities to ensure that every student is able to fulfil their potential, wherever their strengths lie. Support from our Parents, our Alumni and our wider community allows us to provide the outstanding education you expect and the students deserve. 

We always commit to meet the curriculum needs from our income. We cannot however, fund all our enrichment offerings and any significant improvements to our facilities from our school budget alone. To go that extra mile we need the support of our parent body, and the best way for you to provide that support is by regular monthly giving. A parent giving £20 per month over a 5-year period will give £1,200; with gift aid this would be worth £1,500 to the School. Imagine if every parent who could afford this sum made the commitment we would raise over £1,000,000. That would build us whole new creative arts centre to boost interactive activity. 

There is no doubt that the Covid pandemic has hugely affected our school financially as we struggled to keep the school open for children of key workers and to ensure the school was as Covid-safe as possible for the return to face-to-face learning. A big worry for us is that our students have missed out on those wider aspects of education of which AHS is justly proud, the sports, the educational trips, the community service and challenging activities. 

Now is your chance to help redress these two major impacts on the school!  

Previous donations and campaigns have allowed us to build our Sports Hall, our Sixth Form Study Centre, stock our re-designed Library, refurbish our Science Laboratories and most recently, completely refurbish the Tower Block. This is in addition to a wide range of smaller-scale projects, which all students have benefitted from. The Fund also support those students whose families find it hard to find the money to pay for trips and activities but who fall short of the government-provided support through Pupil Premium.


Giles Scoble

Headteacher

Alice Burchfield

Head Girl  

Helen Bush

Joint Chair of Governors


Kate Wier

Joint Chair of Governors
Total: £