Why give to Monkton?
We hope that you have experienced what a remarkable place Monkton is. Our community truly encourages our staff and pupils to think differently; failure is celebrated as a learning experience and any child, from whatever background or culture, can thrive.
We are dedicated to continuing to develop the Monkton experience for all young people, but can only do so through the generous support of our community. Please consider whether you are able to give either a regular or one-off donation to support our ongoing vision.
If you are in a position to donate regularly, please fill out this form and email or post it to the Development Office:
If you would like to give to the general fund, you can do so here:
Our current fundraising appeals
Since our foundation, Monkton has financially supported students who are disadvantaged in some way through our bursary provision. There is a range of support available to help children and young people from a variety of circumstances.
We offer life-changing bursaries designed to help those from the most challenging situations. For example we currently support pupils from war-torn countries and difficult home environments. We work with charities in order to identify young people for whom Monkton could make a significant difference and support them throughout their school journey.
Bursary support is also available at varying levels to pupils and families who are not in a position to pay full fees, either at the start of their Monkton journey or if they fall on hard times whilst they are here.
Christian Leadership Bursaries
The Christian faith is at the heart of who we are as a school. Through Christian Leadership Bursaries, we aim to provide at least one place per year in our Sixth Form for young people whose parents work in full-time Christian ministry.
This is designed to ensure that all pupils have a holistic, fulfilling experience at Monkton through receiving extra support for anything from field trips to uniform to pursuit of personal interests
Supporting the Monkton Experience
Through donations from our generous benefactors, the School has been able to complete a number of capital projects in the last few years. These include:
- The AC Maths & Science centre (2008)
- Music Centre (2012)
- The John Chaplin Boathouse at Saltford (2014)
- The Basson Art and Design Centre (2016)
- The new Pre-Prep building (2016)
- All Weather pitches (Prep-2009, Senior 2020)
We have ambitious plans for our future to ensure continued growth and development of the School and to meet the needs of current and future Monkton families. Education is constantly changing and here at Monkton we are constantly innovating. Our next two projects are a refurbishment of the Pavilion on Longmead and the development of the Quads. For more information on other future plans please do get in touch.
Ways of giving
Direct Debit: Regular donations to the School make a remarkable difference; many people giving small regular amounts really do add up to make a real impact. You can set up by filling out this form and either emailing or sending it to the Development Office.
Single Donation: Making a gift couldn’t be easier - please do send us a cheque, make a BACS transfer (see donation form for details), or give online here.
Print Donation Form
Leaving a gift in your Will: The 1868 Society has recently been established to acknowledge the support of individuals who have agreed to help the School by leaving a bequest in their Will. To find out more about how this works please download information about legacies.
Making a donation from the USA: You can make a tax-efficient gift from the USA via the British Schools and Universities Foundation (BSUF). You can do so online and please ensure you state your chosen organisation as Monkton Combe School.
Monkton is officially registered with the Fundraising Regulator.