STAHS has a history of alumnae, former staff and parents generously giving their support to the school, enabling it to continue to be a vibrant and flourishing place of learning.
You can support us by giving your time and expertise - speaking to pupils at careers events - or by giving financially to the school, assisting with key fundraising projects..
Our next careers/ HE events where we're looking for support are below.
Careers lunches: throughout the year
We run careers lunches throughout the year for students from all years to attend. These are to help provide an insight into the range of careers available and help to demystify what a typical day looks like and what A Levels/ degree might be required to enter different fields. These usually start at 1pm and end at 1.30pm, allowing time for any questions before pupils return to their lessons.
If you would be interested in supporting with any of the above, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be delighted to welcome you back!
The STAHS 100%+ Fund
This opens the door to an exceptional education for able girls from the most disadvantaged backgrounds.
Our comprehensive support package not only covers fees, but can also help with uniform, transport and lunch costs. We have a strong track record of educating pupils from diverse social backgrounds – helping them to become the first in their family to go to university and fulfil their ambitions and potential.
With your support we can provide a transformative STAHS education for more girls whose families could not access it otherwise.
The STAHS Future Fund
We want to ensure that we continue to equip pupils at STAHS with the skills, knowledge and expertise to prepare them for a diverse range of global career opportunities: some of which may not yet exist.
We want to ensure that STAHS continues to be a place where students can learn, experiment and explore, with first-class facilities, resources and buildings that reflect our high-quality teaching.
Your support will enable us to purchase additional equipment that our pupils, and our partnership schools, can benefit from: whether this is the latest iSandBOX technology to support geography teaching, a Scientist in Residence or kitting out the new flexible classrooms currently under construction.