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Thank you to our sponsors and supporters

We’d like to thank:

The London Diocesan Board for Schools - for its ongoing support.

The Greig Trust - for its ongoing support. Each year, The Greig Trust provides financial support for a very wide range of opportunities for students, for the purchase of equipment and for facilities refurbishment. In the last two years, the Trust has helped the school continue its strong sailing and outdoor education programmes, enabled us to purchase musical instruments, hardware and software, equipment for STEM subjects, environmental resources, and deliver a wide range of extra-curricular activities. 


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The Tallow Chandlers, a City of London livery company - for its very generous  financial support to promote and develop the study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM subjects) in the school. The funds are being used to:

  • Provide bursaries for the top performing Year 12 students in STEM subjects, worth £500 in Year 13, and a further £1000 in their first year at university if they choose a STEM course.

  • Pay for transport for groups of students to visit universities and help raise aspirations.

  • Support individual students who want to visit universities to find out about STEM-based degree courses.

  • Provide money for the professional development of teaching staff so as to improve the quality of teaching and learning in STEM-based subjects.

  • Provide mentoring and support for individuals and groups of students who may want to work in finance, law, management consultancy and other areas in the City of London.

  • Build a STEM lab.

The Tallow Chandlers donate £60,000 to the school each year. In addition, they donated £50,000 to enable us to build our STEM Centre and have donated additional amounts for computing equipment, STEM storage equipment and the expenses for taking part in international competitions.

Our sailing friends - for their support and investment in GCA's sailing programme:

  • The Joan Braithwaite Sailing Trust

  • The Silicon Cup

  • The Seven Seas Baxter and Grimshaw Trust

  • The John Merricks Sailing Trust

  • North Sails, who have donated a mainsail and genoa

  • Hamble Yacht Services for offering us discounts on equipment

  • Ocean Yacht Systems for providing us with replacement rigging 

  • BoxPR who coordinate our PR efforts

  • The Matheson Todd Trust

The Tottenham Grammar School Foundation - for a) a £4000 grant to enable a group of students to visit CERN, The United Nations and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent in Geneva; b) a grant for the school library; and c) significant grants for training in sailing.The Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers - for a £7,000 contribution to the building of the STEM Centre.

The Jack Petchey Foundation – for inviting the school, over 20 years, to take part in its Achievement Award and Leader’s Award schemes as well as providing funding for extracurricular activities and valuable resources through its small grants scheme. We have had many worthy achievement award winners over the 20 years we have benefited from the scheme.

Hornsey Parochial Charities (HPC) - for an annual award valued at £500 for a student excelling in the arts. HPC has also supported our roboteers' participation in an international robotics final in the State and a World Challenge Team's expedition to Nicaragua. In 2024 they awarded us a generous grant for netball equipment and library books.

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