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Thank You for Helping Us Change Lives

Impact Report 2021

Education has the power to transform lives and we hope to help as many children as possible access the very best educational opportunities at Ipswich School.

We are delighted to report on donations and pledges received over the past 12 months from Aug 2020 - Sept 2021 but also we report on the impact of these donations on individual lives. 

Old Ipswichians, parents, Trusts and friends of the School have all contributed to the central pillar of our mission: the ability to offer transformational opportunities to children in the area.

With your help we can offer greater educational opportunity to children in the region. We are determined that, in the future, no child should be turned away from an Ipswich School education based on their financial circumstances. However, at the moment we have to disappoint children and families year on year. 

If you would like to help us to give the gift of a wonderful education then please click on the link below and find out more.

Read the full Impact Report here                     Support us and Help Change Lives


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