Monday, 2 March 2015

The Royal School Hampstead Trust



DO YOU KNOW OF A FAMILY THAT MAY NEED HELP WITH THEIR CHILD’S EDUCATION COSTS?

The Royal School Hampstead Trust originated from the Royal Daughters Home on Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead.

In 2011, the Trustees received permission from the Charity Commissioners to cease to run a school and to lease the buildings and site to an educational provider. Cognita now rents the property and the income received is used to make grants.

There is now The Royal School Hampstead Trust (RSHT), which exists to assist in funding the education of dependents of servicemen and women, both currently serving and retired. Grants are available to those up to the age of 25.

Any eligible serving or ex-Service parent can apply for help, either through allocation of a financial grant direct to a school, College or University, or provision of a discounted place.

If you would like more information on how to support for your child’s education, details including the application form are contained on the Trust website www.rshtrust.com 

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