Charity, Community and Partnerships.
Our aim is to establish and maintain academic, co-curricular, pastoral and global partnerships which are sustainable, mutually beneficial and make a positive impact in the world beyond Bradfield.
The role of Charities Coordinator is to be mindful of both the needs of others and what the College can offer to help.
The pupils behind The Phoenix Project discuss how they joined the global fight for sustainability.
It may have been an abnormal first year for our Faulkner’s pupils who joined in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic but there is no doubt that they embraced Bradfield’s culture and displayed a genuine commitment to bursting the bubble and making a difference to the world beyond Bradfield.
Inspired by a Skype teaching project with children in Kenya, five Upper Sixth pupils collected books and raised money to build a library in the Huruma Slum on the outskirts of Nairobi.
Why we wanted to raise awareness about this issue for our IB CAS project.
How some of our Sixth Formers are using Skype to transform the lives of those less fortunate than themselves and make valuable friendships.
In October 2018 a team of 15 girls from India visited the UK on a life-changing football tour. Pupils and staff raised over £7,500 to help fund the tour as the College embarked on a new global partnership.
The experience of my siblings and I shows that the College is for everyone, no matter your personality traits or your talents.