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Sharing our impact


You may be aware of our charity, the Bramston Bursary Foundation. It provides transformational bursaries at St Swithun's for girls from disadvantaged backgrounds, this includes those on the edge of being taken into social care if a place here wasn’t available.

With your help, we are currently providing transformational bursaries for six girls at St Swithun's. Our ambition is to expand this to 14 girls, two in each year. The bursaries provide stability, security, opportunity and a family of inspiring role models. They are life-changing.

We have created a video which highlights the impact of the Bramston Bursary Foundation and we would like to share this with you.


None of this would be possible without the support and donations of our former student community, which we’re extremely grateful for. 

Every time you support us, you extend a helping hand to our bursary recipients, giving these girls a chance to access the same opportunities as you did during your time at St Swithun's.

Make a donation here

  • To find out and book tickets for our upcoming events, click here.
  • To support us while you shop online through Easyfundraising, click here. 
  • If you would be interested in hosting an event to support the Bramston Bursary Foundation, or take part in a particular physical challenge to fundraise for us, please get in touch with Kate Lewis via or 01962 835734. 

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Old Girls' Association
St Swithun's School
Alresford Road
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