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Gryphon Fund

In 2011, Malvern College launched an Annual Fund campaign, now known as the Gryphon Fund. The Fund serves to increase regular donations to the Malvernian Society to assist the College in planning its future developments. 

The Gryphon Fund typically supports small-scale capital and equipment projects that may otherwise not be able to be funded, as well as the Malvernian Society Assisted Places Scheme, so that a Malvern College education is open to all applicants of exceptional ability, regardless of their economic background.

2017 Campaign

In August 2017, an impressive £90,000 in gifts and pledges was raised during the calling fortnight. A big 'thank you!' to all OMs who spoke to our recent leavers and chose to make gifts to support projects that will have an immediate impact on the pupil experience at Malvern College.

Projects included new interactive whiteboards to enable flexible teaching method, expansion of the Sixth Form Common Room, Outdoor Pursuits equipment and, as every year, the Malvernian Society Assisted Places Scheme

2015 Campaign

We raised over £130,000 over the course of the 2015 campaign and we were delighted and encouraged by the number of OMs who took part so enthusiastically.

The Malvernian Society Assisted Places Scheme was one of the beneficiaries of the Fund. We consider this scheme to be one of the most important cornerstones of our fundraising purpose, and we are constantly working to ensure that we help as many talented children as possible to access a Malvern College education, regardless of their background or economic circumstances.

Also, with the help of the Fund, computers with CAD software were made available to every pupil studying Design & Technology, giving them first-hand experience of contemporary, professional practice. The use of the computer suites is integrated into the curriculum from the Foundation Year through to the Upper Sixth, and the experience of ICT and CAD software is crucial for familiarization of emerging technologies and preparing for university study.

At GCSE, pupils now use industry-standard software for their coursework preparation, and this leads to significantly higher-level performance, which is reflected in their exam results. Our Sixth Form pupils are expected to use and understand CAD software for the coursework component of their studies, but their deeper level of understanding and competence certainly places them at an advantage when applying to university for subjects such as Architecture, Product Design, Industrial Design and Design Engineering.