Badminton School

Development

Badminton is always developing. The girls' talents, confidence and happiness develop and so too does our School to meet their needs.

We are grateful to the foresight of our founders whose philanthropy established the School and for the financial contributions of parents and alumnae that have shaped Badminton into the community we enjoy today.

Like many girls’ schools, Badminton does not enjoy the benefits of a capital endowment, so donations are extremely valuable to the School which is a registered charity. Charitable gifts to Badminton enable us to accelerate capital improvement projects, provide a Bursary programme to academically able students, and enrich the girls’ lives and intellectual journeys with specialist equipment and improvements to their School environment. Giving to the School benefits both present and future generations. We know the support of the community is critical to Badminton’s success and see to recognise and acknowledge donors. We are also committed to keeping donors informed of the impact they make.

Our current priorities are; 

The Thrive@Badminton Campaign

Our beautiful site gives us the space to offer the very best facilities, and these support learning and well-being. We have launched a Campaign to develop, extend and modernise our facilities to meet the ambitions of our girls today and provide for future generations of Badmintonians. We invite you to play your part and help girls thrive. 

The Bursary Fund

Badminton offers means-tested bursaries. These are funded in part by the gifts of former pupils of the School (known as Old Badmintonians) whose generosity has established the Sanderson Bursary Fund, in the name of a former Headmistress of the School. Donations are also given by parents who wish to give the opportunity of a Badminton education to a girl of talent and potential but whose family financial means would preclude such a chance.

Registered Charity No: 311738
The School is a member of the Institute of Fundraising and the Fundraising Regulator.