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Introducing our Thrive@Badminton Campaign

Since its beginning over 150 years ago, Badminton School has led the field in offering the most forward thinking educational experience for girls.

Sport and fitness are an integral part of that life,and our commitment to build a new state-of-theart Sports Centre will transform our ability to offer every single girl at Badminton the opportunity to participate and excel in sports and thrive both personally and academically.
This important development is the most far reaching in the school’s history and will benefit the whole school community and beyond. We are therefore also launching our Campaign to help support the cost of this development.

As Chair of the Board of Governors I am personally reaching out to you to join us on this exciting journey. All contributions of whatever size will be fully recognised and make a real difference. Please help us equip Badminton to lead the way over the next 150 years and ensure that future generations of girls .

Thank you very much for your support.
Bill Ray
Chair of Governors


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