The Hautlieu School Trust Fund was founded in 1999. The charitable fund was established to raise funds and to provide opportunities for members of the Hautlieu community, students and staff, which might be outside the school’s statutory responsibility. This includes travel, specialist equipment and extra-curricular activities.
Since 1999, thanks to fund raising efforts, appeals and donations from ex – Hautlians, parents and supporters, the Hautlieu School Trust Fund has established a modest capital and is now seeking to extend its reserves.
We are enormously grateful to all those with connections to the school who, through their fund raising or donations have contributed to the success of the fund and have thus provided opportunities for members of the Hautlieu community (current students/staff and alumni) to enjoy educational and enrichment opportunities which would otherwise be beyond their means.
For further information, and to donate to the Hautlieu School Trust Fund, please see the links below:
Jack Searson (Year 13 student at Hautlieu School 2019) recently made an application to The Hautlieu Trust to fund a charitable journey to Uganda with The Kafunjo Community Project. The plan was to build a 52 bedroom dormitory for the orphans of the village. The village itself is situated in the South West of Uganda in the district of Ibanda.
The Project itself has been running since 2014, making this the fourth trip out to Kafunjo from the UK. Work done in previous years has meant that the village currently has had seven classrooms built, employs 13 staff including teachers, cooks and supporting staff. But most importantly, 350 kids have the opportunity to receive free education up to primary 6 level as well as one free meal per day.
Jack’s application was successful and meant that he could fly out to Uganda on the 20th of November. The 2 week trip was life changing for Jack, and as a result he filmed, edited and produced this film.