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The difference the Trust has made

The sixth form centre

"The Sixth Form Centre is one of the most integral parts of life as a Sixth Former at Watford Girls. Whether it be for studying, socialising or for holding lectures and lessons, the new Sixth Form building offers the perfect space for us Sixth Formers to make the best of our A-Level experience! Whilst the old Sixth Form block now makes for a lovely music department, it did not offer the same level of space and comfort that the new building does; I for one am very grateful that I have got to experience the last two years of my study with the new Sixth Form block at my disposal! 

I genuinely believe that having a space like this to study and to socialise makes such a big impact on our productivity and wellbeing as students, which is why fundraising is so important; it allows us to work on other projects around the school that will help maximise the potential of each student. We are all incredibly grateful for the facilities that we have available to us, and I hope that in the years to come, students will continue to have access to the very best."

- Emily Nicolas, Head Girl 2021

Enabling students

"One of the great things about our school is that we’ve got people with so many talents and different interests.

The projects that the Women Of Vision Trust have funded are really important in enabling students to follow their passions and in facilitating students to carry on with what they want to study.

That’s been really important in maintaining the principles of our school. "

-Anya Patel, Deputy Head Girl 2022

Extra curricular activities

"The important thing to me about the Women of Vision Trust is it supports areas of the school outside the core academics which are predominantly funded by government funding and so on and I think those extra-curricular type activities are super important to children’s development and therefore I’m happy to support it as and where I can."

-Tony Mays, parent donor

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