Where will your Legacy go?
We ask that you consider where you would like to direct your legacy bequest, especially if there is a part of the School that played a particularly important role in your life. Alternatively, an undirected legacy will allow the School to direct your legacy to areas of greatest need.
A bequest can be directed to any of the following areas:
Capital gifts enable the School to improve the lives of its pupils by providing infrastructure, facilities and equipment for the School in order to ensure the best possible experience for them during their time at Oswestry. This helps us compete with other leading independent schools and keeps us in the best possible position to attract the finest pupils.
Capital projects include our ongoing fundraising for the refurbishment of The Memorial Hall into a community theatre that will support not only our own pupils, but also those from other schools who have no access to Performing Arts education, and local community theatre groups. For more information about our capital fundraising, please visit our web page.
Areas of Greatest Need
Each academic year the Senior Leadership Team identifies urgent priorities that will make the greatest impact on School life. Recent examples include the provision of mountain bikes and skateboards for our Adventure Education programme, a project that will enhance the daily lives of current and future Oswestrians.
Oswestry School is registered with the Fundraising Regulator