Enrichment and Partnerships
We are incredibly lucky to be able to work alongside outstanding organisations and individuals who are happy to share their expertise and skills in supporting the David Ross Foundation's vision to give children better life chances through access to the best education and support that we can give them.
- Ashurst LLP
The Trust is able to offer our highest achieving students an insider view of the workings of a law firm through our partnership with Ashurst LLP.
- British Olympic Association
The David Ross Foundation is proud to support Team GB - connecting elite sport with our DRET academy network.
- Clare College, Cambridge
A key priority at Clare College, Cambridge, has been to work with schools and pupils in many areas of the country, raising aspirations and encouraging young people from all backgrounds to aim for the best in higher education.
- Coaching Partners
The Trust work with some of the biggest organisations to ensure that we deliver the highest calibre of coaching in our academies. This includes the Football Association, RFU, England Hockey, England Netball and the ECB.
- Future Leaders
Future Leaders believes every child has potential regardless of background. Our mission is to address educational inequality and improve the life chances of disadvantaged pupils by developing outstanding leaders for challenging schools.
- Halle Orchestra
- Historic Lincoln Trust
As part of a project called Lincoln Castle Revealed, William the Conqueror’s castle will re-open it’s gates on 1st April 2015 – the year which celebrates the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, of which Lincoln Cathedral owns one of only four survi
- Kalisher Trust
The Kalisher Trust, set up in 1996, helps talented students otherwise unable to come to the criminal Bar due to financial constraints.
- London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
The David Ross Foundation is a key supporter of widening participation programmes undertaken by the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
- National Portrait Gallery
Students at our academies come face-to-face with people past and present who contribute to the rich identity and diversity of British history, art and culture.