Our Partnerships

As a Foundation, we acknowledge that our continued success is partly reliant on working with like-minded organisations who share our common goal of helping vulnerable children to succeed. We are grateful to the continued knowledge sharing and support from the following organisations with whom we share a close working relationship. With over 200 year's experience, we are also well placed to offer value to the mutual work we all strive to achieve.

Our partnerships for best practice

2 739Educational Trusts' Forum

ETF is an association of educational trusts that work together and individually to help give young people the best start in life through supporting their home circumstances and/or facilitating a good education. The Andrew Reed Foundation is delighted to be a charity member of the ETF.

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Eastside Young Leaders’ Academy (EYLA) is an organisation that aims to nurture and develop leadership potential and the health and well-being of young people particularly BAMs from disadvantaged communities. EYLA works closely with the Andrew Reed Foundation,  introducing potential pupils to the School and having our Foundation  pupils serve as mentors to their young children.                     

Image1 500.thRoyal National Children's Springboard Foundation 

The Royal National Children’s Springboard Foundation is a charity that provides financial support to disadvantaged and vulnerable children through bursaries to enable them to attend boarding schools. These young people typically come from a background of social deprivation. By working in partnership with the Andrew Reed Foundation and Reed’s School, RNCSF seeks to improve the educational attainment, employability, and aspirations of vulnerable children through the academic and pastoral support that Reed’s can provide.

Boarding school partnershipsBoarding School Partnerships

Boarding School Partnerships seeks to give local authority commissioning teams ready access to the expertise and resources of the charities and boarding schools involved in the placements of vulnerable young people. In the UK, charities and boarding schools are already supporting up to 1,000 young people, some of whom might otherwise need to be taken into care. The Foundation, through  Reed’s School, currently supports a number of these vulnerable young people with the help of co-funding from charities or local authorities, providing them with the structure, community, individual attention, and pastoral care they need.

Our partnerships for our Outreach Programme

2 738Rackets Cubed 

Rackets Cubed is a UK registered charity that runs integrated squash, tennis, STEM/Maths education, and nutrition programmes for local inner-city children from high IDACI (Income Deprivation Affecting Children Index) schools. Reed’s is a founding host school for this programme. Funded by the Worshipful Company of Actuaries.

ReedhamReedham Children's Trust

We work with another of Andrew Reed’s charities, Reedham Children’s Trust, to help fund GCSE revision courses, for pupils in a state secondary school in Croydon. Both charities share the same ethos that education offers one of the strongest routes out of poverty and educational opportunity is at the core of all the work we both do.

Tim henman foundationTim Henman Foundation

Reed’s has a long-established relationship with the Tim Henman Foundation. Tim Henman is an Old Reedonian and former Slater Tennis Scholar. Both Reed’s and The Tim Henman Foundation shares the passion to deliver outreach programmes that raise young people’s aspirations and self-esteem. Reed’s School is proud to be an accredited Tim Henman Foundation ACC centre.

BRCp rN6 400x400Sporting partnerships 

As a Foundation, we are fortunate to have access to excellent sporting facilities and we are committed to sharing them and running sports initiatives that are aimed at encouraging a love of sport and discovering hidden talents. To provide a comprehensive sports outreach programme we have developed relationships with several partners; including Surrey County Cricket Club, Chelsea FC Foundation, Pachesham Golf Club, and Reed’s Tennis School. 

Grocers Crest 2015 High ResWorshipful Companies

We have long-established close ties with several Livery companies to help fund a diverse and comprehensive outreach programme including:

The Worshipful Company of Tallow Chandlers

The Worshipful Company of Actuaries

The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths

The Worshipful Company of International Bankers

The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals


Our partnerships for pastoral support

By the nature of the types of families who apply for foundation places, we have several children who have lost a parent or will lose a parent during their time at the school. As part of our Circle of Support Model, we work with several external charities and specialist counsellors to ensure we can meet the needs of every individual pupil.

We are particularly grateful for the support of the following two agencies:

LogoJigsaw South East 

The charity supports bereaved children, young people and their families, and also those affected by a family member having a terminal diagnosis throughout Surrey and Sussex. We have been working with Jigsaw for a number of years through their Preparing for Grief programme preparing children for the loss of a parent, guardian, or sibling.

Grief encounter logo.jpgGrief Encounter 


Grief Encounter offer bereaved children, young people and their families across the U.K., access to free, professional support after the death of someone close. 

Their service offering ranges from one-one counselling, both face to face and remote, group workshops, a National helpline and best practice bereavement training.

We will be working with the charity to ensure the teachers at Reed's school have the best possible bereavement training to understand how best to support our pupils. We will also be working with Grief Encounter to provide expert counselling for children who are recently bereaved or have suffered the death of someone close during their childhood.

Our partnerships for Foundation Bursary Direct Pupil Support

We are grateful for the continued support of the following charities and trusts who help to make financial contributions towards named pupil’s school fees. These charities share our vision that facilitating a good education and in some cases bringing them into the safety of a boarding environment is the key to transforming their lives. 

Buttle UK 

Camelia Botnar Foundation 

Eleanor Hamilton Trust 

Fernden Foundation

Masonic Charitable Trust 

Royal National Children's Springboard Foundation

St Marylebone Educational Foundation

Thornton-Smith and Plevins Trust 

The BMTA Trust 

The Emmott Foundation

The Hale Trust 

The Naval Children's Charity 

The Old Etonian Trust

The Royal Pinner School Foundation 

The School Fees Charitable Trust 

The Tim Henman Foundation

The Worshipful Company of Grocers

The Worshipful Company of Security Professionals

Wispers Trust 


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