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Fundraising Projects

We are currently fundraising for a range of projects to benefit our students, a few of which are listed below:

  • Indoor Climbing Wall – to introduce a bespoke climbing wall to feature in our sports hall.
  • Community Integration activities – to develop projects around criminal justice, interfaith, women’s history and other community and citizenship issues.
  • Onsite Gardening – for inclusive equipment and accessible areas for students to do a range of gardening and horticulture activities on campus.
  • ArtsFest – to create our own art and performance based celebration with workshops and activities for all.
  • Enrichment clubs – including props and costumes for Dance Club.


Previous projects that have been made possible through fundraising include:

  • Onsite Sports Hall - £1.3m project to build an onsite sports hall meaning all students could take part in sport and fitness activities
  • Onsite café and sensory room space – uses by students to host themed café A yoga session for QAC students taking place in the college sports hallmornings and develop their hospitality/customer service skills, and for the sensory needs of other students. 
  • Outdoor Gym & Traverse Wall - £50k to install a set of inclusive outdoor gym equipment and traverse wall on campus.
  • Curriculum Development – introducing new programmes such as Motor Vehicle Studies and Creative Media, as well as new technology in areas such as IT
  • Music Development - £20k to provide new equipment, music sessions and  specialist workshops for students
  • A student enjoying using the new College outdoor gymCommunity Initiatives – such as science & space activities, criminal justice, EDI awareness and working on a farm. 
  • Yoga & Wellbeing – to introduce yoga and other wellbeing sessions and equipment for students with high anxiety.
  • Specialist  Equipment – to provide sensory equipment for high needs students and specialist VI equipment for use in the LRC and across college
  • Umberslade Nurseries – various workshops and activities for local community groups to get involved in including people with dementia, families and children at risk of exclusion.

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