This week, the Headmaster and Alumni Relations hosted the annual Mitre Society lunch in the Elgar Room at The Savile Club, a private members’ club in Mayfair.  

The Mitre Society is a special group of Trinity School alumni who have generously committed to leaving a gift to the school in their wills. Membership of the Mitre Society allows us to express our gratitude and celebrate the relationship of those individuals with the school. 

The annual lunch event was attended by society members and their guests and hosted by Headmaster Alasdair Kennedy and Director of Development Jason Court. As well as being an opportunity to thank the guests for their generosity, the lunch is an opportunity to share memories and news from the Trinity School community. It was wonderful to catch up with everyone and we thank everyone for attending. 

Trinity is immensely grateful to all those who have chosen to remember the school in their wills, whether it is through a contribution to the Trinity Bursary Fund or for other essential work. These contributions make a meaningful and lasting impact on future generations of students and we depend on the generosity and support of our alumni, parents, and friends to help us meet our most pressing needs. 

Trinity’s history is one of benefactions, starting with founder Archbishop John Whitgift and continuing in a line of generosity which can be traced from the school’s origins in 1856 to the present day. We are committed to remaining a diverse and inclusive community and the Trinity Bursary Fund enables young people to benefit from an outstanding education, regardless of their family’s ability to pay. Your generous gifts and pledges allow us to continue that work. 

If you are interested in learning more about how you can remember Trinity in your will, please contact Jason at development@trinity.croydon.sch.uk 

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