The Silhillian Fund

The Silhillian Fund enables pupils from all backgrounds to fulfil their potential and in turn enables them to have a positive impact on the lives of others. A gift to the fund is an incredible investment in a person's academic, social and professional livelihood and wellbeing.

While we already offer a number of scholarships and means tested bursaries from the school's endowment fund, we wish to increase this provision by building up a capital fund of £2.5 million over the next five years to fund additional bursaries. It is our belief that no talented young person, with a desire to succeed, should feel deterred from applying because of his or her financial situation. Although we cannot fund everyone, we aim to support as many as we are able to. 

Ways of Giving

There are three main ways that benefactors can donate to the school. Regular giving makes a significant impact whether it is £10, £50 or £1000 per month, a legacy is a gift in your will, or you can give a one off gift

For further information, please contact Lucy Lunt, Director of Development and Alumni Relations or call 0121 703 2898.

 

Our grateful thanks to the following for their donations and legacies to The Silhillian Fund.

Ian Baggs

Robert Jones

Leonard Chase

Anne Lavery

Eleanor Chapman

Ann Lee

Michael Cutler

The Lunt/Halsey Family

John Davies

Julia Marshall

Prof Terence Davis OBE

Ian Nichol

Jill Godsall

Ben Perry

The Gummow Family

Simon Ramage

Paul Hardman

Roger Stubbs

Peter Heginbotham

John Wearing

Mark Hopton

Simon Westwood

Graham Hughes

The Young Family


Also to those who gave so generously to The Silhillian Fund Bursaries set up in the names of Denis Tomlin and Phil Holt.

Sarah Adams Martin Ayres
Steve Brumwell  Lorna Burgess
Eugene Chang Eleanor Chapman
Richard Clarke The Clarke Family
Pat Cupit Roger Cutler
Michael Dodgeon Neil Donovan
Thomas Dillon David Eilbeck
Maurice Ellwell Jill Godsall
Margaret and Andrew Gosling John Griffin
Simon and Amy Griffiths Philip Harding
Gordon Harris Mark Harrison
Nigel and Alex Heslop John Hulse
Paul Hutchings Chris Jacob
Michael Jameson John Jammes
Paul Jenkins Phil Johnson
Leighton and Jen Jones Su Kent
Charles and Jan Keil Anne Lee
John Lockyer Paul Mantle
Michael Maguire Richard Meere 
John Meek Carol McNidder
Anthony Millard AP Millard
David Morgan James O’Gorman
Michael Perks Henry Pinchin
John Sammons The Hon Conrad Seagroatt
Geoff Sewell Charles Sweeney
Andrew Shepherd Bob Standley
Simon Thompson Victoria Thorpe
Prof Clive Upton Mike Vale
Geoffrey Vaughan John Wall
Christopher Warren Hugh Williams
Peter Williams Richard Willshire
Toby Wyles David Young
John Smith Robin Smith

And to all those who wish to remain anonymous.