The Whitgift Foundation announces Capturing Croydon: a new photography initiative for schoolchildren in Croydon....Read More
The Whitgift Foundation is a registered charity with the aim of providing education for the young and care for the elderly in Croydon and the surrounding areas. Established in 1596 by the former Archbishop of Canterbury John Whitgift, The Whitgift Foundation comprises of:
- Three schools – Old Palace of John Whitgift School (girls), Trinity School (boys with a co-educational sixth form) and Whitgift School (boys).
- Whitgift Care – three care homes, Whitgift House, Wilhelmina House and the Whitgift Almshouses offering a range of care provision including sheltered accommodation, full nursing care, residential care, respite and day care.
- The Carers’ Information Service – provides free information, support, advice and training to an estimated 34,000 carers in Croydon and manages the Carers Support Centre, 24 George Street.
The Whitgift Foundation currently supports approximately 45% of current pupils in its schools through financial 'means tested' bursaries. This equates to just over £5million a year to enable talented young people to benefit from the outstanding education provided by the schools
Croydon charity, The Whitgift Foundation, has appointed its first ever Director of Care to oversee its care services. Dolores Pickersgill has joined the Foundation’s Leadership Team to contribute to the overall strategic development of Whitgift Care, its group of care settings, as well as the Carers Information Service. ...Read More
Mrs Jane Burton has been appointed as the new Head at Old Palace of John Whitgift School, a leading independent girls’ prep and secondary school with a co-educational nursery in Croydon....Read More