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As a member of the Oswestry School community, you are part of the school's long and rich history which spans over 600 years.

Founded in 1407 by David Holbache and his wife Gwenhwyfar, Oswestry School must have been a beacon of hope and progression at a time when a good education was a privilege of the very few. David and Gwenhwyfar wanted to provide opportunity and learning for others, and established Oswestry School with a generous endowment fund to a headmaster in perpetuity. They clearly understood that access to education was essential for a progressive society, and used their own personal wealth to ensure Oswestry provided opportunity for its young people. 

For centuries, the Oswestry School community has continued to support our school - take a walk around our campus today and you will see wonderful facilities and resources that are here thanks to generous donations from our OOs.

Your support, large or small, makes a world of difference. We have some exciting plans for 2024 and will be calling on our alumni community to support the next chapter of our School's development.

If you would like to know more about making a donation to Oswestry School, or about future projects, please contact:

Anna Evans in our Development and Fundraising office

01691 592144

How to make a gift

There are many different ways in which you can contribute to Oswestry School. Whichever option you choose, you will not only be making a commitment to Oswestry School, but you will be helping to secure the future success of pupils.

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