A. All Voluntary Aided Catholic schools must find a proportion of their capital budget through voluntary contributions. This is normally raised through parental contributions and donations from parishioners and the wider community. Parents at the College are expected to contribute to this fund although this is not compulsory and the details of any donations are highly confidential. Some parents give considerable sums, some a few pounds a week but every penny is spent on improving the educational facilities at the College. As the College is part of the Diocese of Westminster and, as a charity, it is allowed to claim back tax through Gift Aid. The College completed the sports hall thanks to an interest-free loan of £1.2 million. £700 has been raised already.. Most of the 400+ Catholic schools and colleges in London were built through the generosity of generations before us. Some parents make very substantial donations, some more modest amounts. Whatever the size, all donations are very much appreciated. The amount you give is entirely up to you but, as a guide, we would suggest £300 per year or roughly £6 a week per student for High School parents and £150 per year or roughy £3 a week per pupil for Primary School parents. (Donations are voluntary and admission to the College is not dependent on making a donation). See Governors' Fund for more information HERE

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